Dmitry Gulia

1874 - 1960

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Dmitry Gulia (Abkhazian: Дырмит Иасыф-иҧа Гәлиа; 9 February 1874 – 7 April 1960) was an Abkhazian Soviet writer and poet, considered to be one of the founders of Abkhaz literature. Dmitry Iosif-ipa Gulia was born to a peasant family in Uarcha village, in the modern Gulripshi District of Abkhazia. Gulia studied at a teacher seminary in the Georgian city of Gori. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dmitry Gulia has received more than 15,991 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Dmitry Gulia is the 4,387th most popular writer.

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Among writers, Dmitry Gulia ranks 4,387 out of 5,794Before him are Edoardo Sanguineti, Károly Kisfaludy, Herbert Achternbusch, Frank Heller, Karolina Světlá, and Marilyn Ferguson. After him are Muriel Barbery, Greg Egan, Vladimir Dudintsev, Panyassis, Karel Sabina, and Walter M. Miller Jr..

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Among people born in 1874, Dmitry Gulia ranks 141Before him are Emmanuel Célestin Suhard, Adolf Brand, Manuel Díaz, Steve Bloomer, Lewis Sheldon, and Leonard Eugene Dickson. After him are Charles W. Gilmore, Harold Kitson, Arthur Meighen, Bill Holland, Owen D. Young, and José de Amézola y Aspizúa. Among people deceased in 1960, Dmitry Gulia ranks 141Before him are Lottie Dod, Hasan Saka, Eduard Čech, Juan Jover, Lewis Sheldon, and Oscar Pettiford. After him are Charles Delporte, Ettore Chimeri, Arthur Meighen, Leonard Warren, Algisto Lorenzato, and Ian Keith.

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