Literature

Edited by Svitlana Kukharenko and Peter Holloway

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2012

This collection of essays is offered with sincere gratitude and appreciation to Natalie Kononenko, Professor and Kule Chair of Ukrainian Ethnography, University of Alberta, Canada and one of the leading Slavic folklorists in North America. The essays in the volume have been contributed by Kononenko’s students, as well as colleagues and friends from various countries. The name of the volume,...

Yordan Yovkov Translated from Bulgarian by John Burnip

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1990

Yordan Yovkov (1880-1937) is universally regarded as one of the two best Bulgarian prose writers of the twentieth century. Although he spent most of his adult life in cities, his stories are about the villages and the mountains. The two books translated here both appeared in 1927 and immediately established Yovkov as a major writer. Two years later they brought...

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368
1993

The twenty chapters of this volume are revised versions of essays published during the last twenty-five years in a variety of journals and collections. They are studies of works belonging to five different genres and written by fourteen Russian and Soviet writers, poets and dramatists ranging from Pushkin to Akhmatov. Most of the chapters are devoted to individual works; the...

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1982

Contents

Preface     5

I. Gogol's Symbolism     7

II. "Ivan Fyodorovich Shpon'ka and His Aunt" and Gogol's First Volume     17

III. "Old-World Landowners"     44

IV. "The Nose"     63

V. "The Overcoat"     88

VI. "The Carriage"     113

Conclusion     125

Select Bibliography.     129

An "Outstanding Academic Book" selection for 1982 by Choice. 74

Bronislava Volkova & Clarice Cloutier

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2008

Up the Devil's Back: An Anthology of 20th Century Czech Poetry presents 65 selected Czech poets in English translation, together with their biographies. Co-translated and edited by Bronislava Volková (Professor of Czech literature, Comparative literature and Jewish studies at Indiana University) and Clarice Cloutier (Professor of Central European literature and culture at New York University [Prague campus] and Lecturer at...

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