Literature

$34.95
978-0-89357-412-3
viii + 297
2016

The second volume of Anna Lisa Crone’s Collected Writings collects her work on Russian philosophical literature, above all on Vasilij Rozanov, reprinting inter alia her long-out-of-print 1978 monograph based on her Harvard Ph.D. dissertation.

Anna Lisa Crone had a 30-year career as a scholar and teacher of Russian literature, mentoring dozens of graduate and undergraduate students at the University of...

$34.95
978-0-89357-401-7
xiv + 319
2016

This is the first of three volumes which comprise a set of Anna Lisa Crone's Collected Writings. Volume 1 collects her solo writings on Russian poetry, including an excerpt from her monograph on Gavrila Deržavin.

Anna Lisa Crone had a 30-year career as a scholar and teacher of Russian literature, mentoring dozens of graduate and undergraduate students at the...

$29.95
978-0-89357-450-5
235
2016

This collection of essays pays tribute to Radmila  (Rajka) Jovanović Gorup’s different areas of expertise and demonstrates the diapason of her scholarly and personal impact on the Slavic and linguistics scholarly communities. The essays cover a range of topics of contemporary scholarship, ranging from sociolinguistics to Danube studies and Serbian postmodern art. They represent a cross-section of scholarly debates on...

Myroslava T. Znayenko

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221
2016

Gods of the Ancient Slavs when it was published provided a valuable and comprehensive review of the literature on Slavic mythology, with extensive notes and bibliography, making it a superlative springboard for further research and interpretation in this interdisciplinary crossroads of Slavic history and philology. In granting permission to post this scanned version of the text, the author expressed the...

By Valentin Rasputin, Translated by Margaret Winchell

$24.95
978-0-89357-454-3
286
2016

For more about Ivan's Daughter, read our interview with translator Margaret Winchell. 


As E. L. Doctorow noted, “The historian will tell you what happened. The novelist will tell you what it felt like.” Understanding present-day Russia requires a grasp of the country’s history. While the facts may be plain, what life was actually like for the citizens of...

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