In Crime and Punishment, Dostoevsky is very attentive to his characters' experience of time. This study elaborates this explicit psychological information into a useful textual (rather than extra-textual) criterion for interpreting the deepest layers of meaning in the novel: those ontological and religious presuppositions upon which the action turns and which it is designed to demonstrate. The study includes discussions...
From the Brown University Slavic Reprint Series: Professor Thomas Winner in his Introduction notes that this work "has stimulated further examinations of Czech metrics as well as structural studies of verse in general. Its importance lies not only in the brilliant elucidation of Czech versification and the incisive arguments against Josef Kral's school of accentual metrics, but also in the...
Yale Russian and East European Publications NO. 7
Robert Louis Jackson
Vyacheslav Ivanov: An Introduction
The Symbolist Ambience and Vyacheslav Ivanov: Poet
The Poetry of Vyacheslav Ivanov
Vyacheslav Ivanov the Poet:A Tribute and a Reappraisal
Vyacheslav Ivanov's Cor Ardens and the Esthetics of Symbolism
The Poetics of Vyacheslav Ivanov: Lectures...
The Evolution of the Lyric Hero 14
Verses 1921-25 30
From Poetry to Prose 34
The End of the Novel 37
Westernizing Buddhism 40
The Nature of the World 43
Chapter Two: The Noise of Time
Literary Reminiscences of Russian Childhoods 49
Music and Memory 63
Thematic Patterns 73
Chapter Three: The Egyptian Stamp
Towards a New Prose 84
The Fire of Time 96...
Yale Russian and East European Publications
This historical collection of Serbian poetry in English translation contains 242 poems by 68 poets and covers both oral and written poetry beginning with pre-Christian traditional songs and continuing up to poems written by the young Belgrade poets of today. The anthology is designed to bring a now somewhat obscure and exotic body of...
From the Introduction: This volume honors the extraordinary life, path-breaking career, and pioneering scholarship of a truly modest woman—Professor Marina Viktorovna Ledkovsky, Barnard College emerita. Born into the old noble families of the Nabokovs, the Falz-Feins, the von Korffs, and the Fasolts, Marina Viktorovna grew up in Berlin, where, during World War II, she went to university, was arrested and...