6 edition of Russian Studies, 1941-1958; A Cumulation of the Annual Bibliographies from the Russian Review (Cumulated Bibliography Series, No. 4) found in the catalog.
by Pierian Pr
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Selected works in translation currently available by and about 33 Soviet Russian authors comprise the major portion of this annotated bibliography. Approximately items published between and are included. Materials relating to Sholokhov, Leonov, and Esenin are especially well represented. Separate sections provide references to histories, studies, and discussions related to Soviet. Download Table of Contents and Contributor Biographies. The Russian Twentieth Century Short Story: A Critical Companion is a collection of the most informative critical articles on some of the best twentieth-century Russian short stories from Chekhov and Bunin to Tolstaya and Pelevin. While each article focuses on a particular short story, collectively they elucidate the developments in each.
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Russian studies, ; a cumulation of the annual bibliographies from the Russian Review. Russian Studies, A Cumulation of the Annual Bibliographies from The Russian Review by Thomas Schultheiss (p. ) Review by: W. Walsh. RUSSIAN STUDIES A CUMULATION OF THE ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES FROM THE RUSSIAN REVIEW With a Preface by Dimitri von Mohrenschildt, Editor, The Russian Review For the scholar specializing in the study of Russia, these valuable bibliographies need no introduction.
Now, thirty years after the. gard to book form publications it complements both P. Grierson's Books on Soviet Russia, (London, ) and T. Schul-theiss's Russian Studies a Cumulation of the Annual Bibliographies from the Russian Review (Stanford, ).
Users of the Joint Publication Research Service translations will. Thus the scholar looking for bibliographies on statistics would look under Bibliografiia and then under the subheading “Statistika.” Obshchie bibliografii russkikh knig grazhdanskoi pechati Sokurova,M.
V., L. Tip. LPB, U of I Library Call Number: International & Area Studies Russian Reference (Slavic) L54o NOTES. These bibliographies, complete with abstracts and book review citations, are among the most important available in the subject areas of I iterature and language.
A cumulative author index is contained in volume seven. Seven volume sets. $ RUSSIAN STUDIES, A CUMULATION OF THE ANNUAL BIBLIOG. Founded inThe Russian Review stands as a chronicle of the continuing evolution of the field of Russian/Soviet studies in North America.
Its articles manifest the changing understandings of Russia through the rise and decline of the Cold War and the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union. Russian bibliography, libraries and archives: a selective list of bibliographical references for students of Russian history, literature, political, social and philosophical thought.
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International handbook of historical studies: contemporary research and theory (Taylor & Francis, pp Spine title: Bibliographies of Russian literature. Description: x, 62 pages 23 cm: Other Titles: Bibliographies of Russian literature: Responsibility: by Serge A.
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Russia possesses one of the richest and most admired literatures of Europe, reaching back to the eleventh century. A History of Russian Literature provides a comprehensive account of Russian writing from its earliest origins in the monastic works of Kiev up to the present day, still rife with the creative experiments of post-Soviet literary life.
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