By George S Counts
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In 1664 he was brought back to Moscow, where during his absence considerable changes had taken place, Nikon had fallen, and a synod was going to meet to judge both Nikon and Avvakum. The Tsar was disposed to concessions. But AvvakUm was opposed to all compromise, and Alexis was forced to submit to the guidance of the Greek party. The Synod of 1666-7 condemned Avvakum's ritual , tenets, and thus the schism became final: the conservatives were henceforth schismatics (raskolniki). Avvak6m· himself was shorn monk and exiled to Pustozersk in the far northeast of Russia.
Ric. " His grammar is complicated and contorted, and his meaning as a rule wonderfully obscure. But he is also the shrewdest and most intelligent of all contemporary historians. His story is a real story with a beginning and an end. Timofeyev has been given high praise as a chronicler and as a trust· worthy witness by the greatest of our modem historians, Professor Plat6nov, who has singled him out as a particular favorite. 24 A mSTORY OF RUSSIAN LITERATIJRE A last fruit of the Old Russian "military story" is the Story of the Defense of Az6v by the Don Cossacks against the Turks in 1641.
The vivid and realistic imagery of his style makes his ukases the most enjoyable literature of the time. He had a genius for pithy and memorable statement, and many of his sayings still live in everyone's memory. Of the other secular writers of the period the most interesting are Ivan Pososhk6v (1652-1726), a tradesman and self-educated man who wrote a book, On Indigence and Wealth, and Vasily Nildtich Tatlschev (1686-1750), whose History of Russia, though formless from the literary point of view, is the first really scholarly attempt to tackle the vast material in the Russian Annals together with the evidence of foreign writers.