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Rich·ter

(rik'tĕr),
August G., German surgeon, 1742-1812. See: Richter hernia, Richter-Monro line, Monro-Richter line.

Rich·ter

(rik'tĕr),
Maurice N., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Richter syndrome.
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After his grim cityscapes of the previous decade, Richter has now turned to landscape, a rugged, empty, unfathomable terrain populated by lonesome "heroes"--nomads, soldiers, troubadours.
This biography chronicles the life and times of Soviet pianist Sviatoslav Teofilovich Richter (1915-97), one of the most enigmatic and compelling performers of the twentieth century.