Luria in Kisegach. Part 3
This is the third part of the article about the work and life of A.R. Luria in Kisegach which presents a unique document The Work Diary. A notebook with this name served him for daily records of studies of patients. It is kept in the family archive of Luria. This part publishes entries in the Diary from January 8 to June 22, 1943. The afterword to the notes tells about the generalization of clinical materials collected in Kisegach in the scientific works of A. R. Luria, about the perception of the scientist by his patients. It also supplements the history of the relationships between A. R. Luria and A. V. Zaporozhets according to the memoirs of the wife of Zaporozhets T. O. Ginevskaya (2005) and the daughter of L. S. Vygotsky G. L. Vygodskaya (2005). For this purpose, the materials of Luria's book The Lost and Returned World or The Man with a Shattered World (1971/1972) and the book of memoirs about A. V. Zaporozhets (Paramonova, 2005) have been employed. In general, the article shows an intense and fruitful work of scientists in the Kisegach hospital.