Govor, Elena; Windle, Kevin
In the period immediately following the writer’s death, two Russian emigrants who had been
influenced by his thinking arrived in Australia, where they remained for many years. Nikolai
Illin (Il’in) lived in north Queensland from 1910 to 1921. Alexander Zuzenko arrived in
Australia in 1911 and remained, mostly in Queensland, until 1919, when he was deported as a
Bolshevik agitator and undesirable. For some time, both thought of themselves as
‘Tolstoyans’. Though they later rejected this...[Show more]
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