Literature

Edited by Charles E. Gribble, Robert A. Rothstein, Edythe C. Haber, Hugh M. Olmsted, Robert Szulkin, Charles E. Townsend

$29.95
978-0-89357-246-4
313
1994

"Alexander Lipson himself and A Russian Course are part of the history of American Slavistics, which In Memoriam continues into many areas of current interest. Besides the expected literary, linguistic and pedagogical issues, it touches on nationalism, the environment, women's studies, sexuality and myth, and living folklore. Together, they add up to lasting contributions and a fitting memorial." (SEEJ)

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0-89357-158-X
140
1986

Fedor Sologub's peculiar masterpiece, The Petty Demon (1907) today provokes the same reactions of irritation and delight as when it first appeared. This first full-length study of The Petty Demon shows that part of the novel's uniqueness can be explained by its particular relation to several historical and literary-historical factors: the era of political reaction during the reigns of Alexander...

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978-0-89357-318-8
163
2010

The Escaped Mystery explores the poetry of Momčilo Nastasijević, whose poetic achievement is described by E.D. Goy as “one of the greatest, if not the greatest, in the Serbian language of the twentieth century.” Although his output was small, Nastasijević was the supreme modernist Yugoslav poet of his time and is deeply respected by leading modern Serbian poets, such as...

Vasily Gippius

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224
1963

From the Brown University Slavic Reprint Series:Originally published in Leningrad in 1924, this is one of the best books ever written about Gogol. With impressive scholarship it gives "in short sketch... all that is basic in Gogol's personal and artistic development." Donald Fanger, the original series editor, notes in his introduction that:

Vasily Gippius' book, for all its physical slightness,...

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169
1970

From the Brown University Slavic Reprint Series: "Mechta i mysl'... has remained in the front rank of Turgenev studies. Gershenzon's work is a luminous and intuitive examination of the relationship between Turgenev's art and his personality, and of the pervading theme that unites Turgenev's work to that of other nineteenth-century Russian writers."

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