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Russian authors and authorship of a large number of works by Russian authors have been published in the world’s major literature, the researchers said.

The work, which also included authors of other countries, was published in a special edition of the Russian literary journal Voynich, the research project said.

The journal has been publishing the volume for a decade.

The authors of the volume included the novelist Aleksandr Pushkin, the poet Fyodor Dostoevsky, the historian Vladimir Pushkin and the journalist Anna Pekova.

The study, by the researchers of the Institute of Contemporary Russian Studies in Moscow, showed that many Russian writers have had a significant influence on the world of literature.

Many of them were authors of Russian works, which were published in Western literature. 

“This volume is an important milestone in the history of Russian literature and the history that it is supposed to be part of,” said Konstantin Korotkov, the head of the research group.

The research project did not identify the authors of works of foreign authors, as was done for other volumes of the journal.

However, the study noted that some of the foreign authors of texts published in Russian literature are from the former Soviet Union, including authors of novels by Vladimir Nabokov, Vladimir Nabakov, Yevgeny Prigogine and Vsevolod Chaika.

Some of the authors were authors from the US, such as Russian novelist Aleksei Tolstoy, the French novelist Claude-Alexandre Lelievre and the Czech writer László Nemes.

Russian literary history The study’s findings, published online on Saturday, come in the wake of a long-running controversy over the authorship in Russian literary history of the works of Russian writers.

A number of authors in the Russian literature community have challenged the authors’ claims to authorship, saying that the works were written by Russian writers who lived in the Soviet Union or other countries.

Earlier this year, Russian President Vladimir Putin told a gathering of scholars in Moscow that he has “a great admiration for Russian writers” and that he was “not convinced” about the authors.

Critics of the study said the authors and their works had been published by Russian publishers and had been translated into other languages.

“It is a bit like the claim that we can’t tell the truth,” Dmitry Fyvak, a literary critic and editor of the online journal Voyneiyet, told The Associated Press.

“The only way to know the truth is to study the sources.”

Korotkov said that the study did not say that the authors had invented or borrowed material from foreign authors.

However the authors did claim to have a connection with the Russian poet Pushkin.

In a recent interview with the journal Voyno, Pushkin said he felt the work had been created by Russian literature.

He also said that he had not seen the work by his own eyes.