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Prince Kita (Ivane) Abashidze (Georgian: კიტა აბაშიძე) (January 16, 1870 – December 17, 1917) was a Georgian literary critic, journalist, and politician. Abashidze was born into a noble family in the province of Guria. Having graduated from Kutaisi Classic Gymnasium (1889), he attended the lectures in philosophy and art theory in Paris and studied law at the Odessa University (1890–1895). Later in the 1890s, he worked for the Tiflis control chamber, and then as an arbitrator in Racha and Chiatura in western Georgia. From 1893 onward, he engaged in journalism and regularly wrote literary criticism for Georgian press. His aesthetics and views on the contemporary Georgian and world literature were shaped under the influence of the Georgian intellectuals of the 1860s and the French critic Ferd

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  • Кита (Иван) Гео́ргиевич Абаши́дзе (груз. კიტა (ივანე) გიორგის ძე აბაშიძე; 1870 — 1917) — грузинский литературный критик, литературовед, публицист, общественный и политический деятель, член ОЗАКОМа (1917).
  • Prince Kita (Ivane) Abashidze (Georgian: კიტა აბაშიძე) (January 16, 1870 – December 17, 1917) was a Georgian literary critic, journalist, and politician. Abashidze was born into a noble family in the province of Guria. Having graduated from Kutaisi Classic Gymnasium (1889), he attended the lectures in philosophy and art theory in Paris and studied law at the Odessa University (1890–1895). Later in the 1890s, he worked for the Tiflis control chamber, and then as an arbitrator in Racha and Chiatura in western Georgia. From 1893 onward, he engaged in journalism and regularly wrote literary criticism for Georgian press. His aesthetics and views on the contemporary Georgian and world literature were shaped under the influence of the Georgian intellectuals of the 1860s and the French critic Ferd
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  • Кита (Иван) Гео́ргиевич Абаши́дзе (груз. კიტა (ივანე) გიორგის ძე აბაშიძე; 1870 — 1917) — грузинский литературный критик, литературовед, публицист, общественный и политический деятель, член ОЗАКОМа (1917).
  • Prince Kita (Ivane) Abashidze (Georgian: კიტა აბაშიძე) (January 16, 1870 – December 17, 1917) was a Georgian literary critic, journalist, and politician. Abashidze was born into a noble family in the province of Guria. Having graduated from Kutaisi Classic Gymnasium (1889), he attended the lectures in philosophy and art theory in Paris and studied law at the Odessa University (1890–1895). Later in the 1890s, he worked for the Tiflis control chamber, and then as an arbitrator in Racha and Chiatura in western Georgia. From 1893 onward, he engaged in journalism and regularly wrote literary criticism for Georgian press. His aesthetics and views on the contemporary Georgian and world literature were shaped under the influence of the Georgian intellectuals of the 1860s and the French critic Ferdinand Brunetière. In the early 1900s, Abashidze was involved in the management of Chiatura manganese industry, and later chaired the Manganese Industry Council. He also joined the Georgian Socialist-Federalist Revolutionary Party and became one of its leaders. After the fall of the Imperial Russian government in the 1917 February Revolution, Abashidze was appointed a commissar for education within the Special Transcaucasian Committee ("Ozakom"), a provisional regional administration, being the only Georgian member of this body at its outset. In March 1917, he was replaced in the Ozakom with the Social-Democrat Akaki Chkhenkeli.
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