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  1. Yes, they say the writer's character was not the easiest. She was tough and demanding on herself and others. And in general, this is reflected in her novels.

    And yet, I don't see anything wrong with it. Many writers, poets, and philosophers have complex personalities, and they are all peculiar people. But this is precisely why they become world-famous, because they do not change their principles, come into conflict with society and, in the end, turn out to be right.

  2. I have no idea, because I don't know her personally.

    Judging by the memories of those who knew her, her character was quite bad. I read somewhere, I don't remember where, that Alisa Zinovievna was greedy, quarrelsome and petty, manipulated her fans and abused her authority.

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