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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Other Russian Authors



Sergei Aksakov (1791-1859)
Works
Aksakov, Sergei.Years of Childhood. Trans. J. D. Duff. Introd. Lord David Cecil. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. A Russian Schoolboy. Trans. J. D. Duff. Introd. John Bayley. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. A Russian Gentleman. Trans. J. D. Duff. Ed. Edward Crankshaw. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Criticism
Pritchett, V. S. "A Russian Cinderella." (Aksakov). In Pritchett, The Living Novel. London: Chatto, 1946. 248-54.


Svetlana Alexeievich
(Byelorussia, 1948; Nobel Prize for Literature 2015)
Works
Alexeievich, Svetlana. La Guerre n'a pas un visage de femme. USSR, 1985.

_____. La Supplication. Lattès, 1998. (On Chernobyl).

_____. Les Cercueils de zinc. Paris: Bourgeois, 1991. (Afghan war).

_____. Ensorcelés par la mort. Paris: Plon, 1995.

_____. Derniers témoins. Presses de la Renaissance, 2005.

_____. La Fin de l'homme rouge ou le temps du désenchantement. 2013.




Leonid Andreyev (1871-1919)
Works

Andreev. The Seven Who Were Hanged.



Isaak E. Babel
(Jewish/Russian author, b. Odessa, family of merchants; st. Law at Kiev and Saratov, journalist persecuted by Tsarists, friend of Gorki, member of the Cheka 1917, wrote journalism as war correspondent under ps. "Kiril Vasilievich Liutov" 1920; accused of Trostkism, deported to Siberia, died in concentration camp, figure rehabilitated after Stalin's death).
Works
Babel, Isaak. Caballería Roja. Stories. Barcelona: Barral, 1970.

_____. Caballería Roja. Trans. Ricardo San Vicente. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores / Galaxia Gutenberg, 1999.

_____. Caballería Roja. Trans. and notes by Ricardo San Vicente. Prologue (2004) by Rodolfo Fogwill ("Bábel: verdad estética y ficción revolucionaria", 9-33). (Biblioteca Universal; Maestros Modernos Europeos II). Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores, 2004.*

_____. "Di Gratto." Story.

_____. "How It Was Done in Odessa." In Reading Narrative Fiction. By Seymour Chatman with Brian Attebery. New York: Macmillan, 1993.*

Criticism
Baak, J. J. van. The Place of Space in Narration: A Semiotic Approach to the Problem of Literary Space. With an Analysis of the Role of Space in I. E. Babel's Konarmija. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1983.

Borges, Jorge Luis. "Isaac Babel." 1938. In Borges, Textos cautivos: Ensayos y reseñas en El Hogar. Ed. Enrique Sacerio Garí and Emir Rodríguez Monegal. Barcelona: Tusquets, 1986.*

Chentalinski, Vitali. "La caja negra de la literatura rusa: Los archivos literarios del KGB." (Bábel). Quimera 128 (1994): 12-18.

Trilling, Lionel. "Isaac Babel." 1955. In Trilling, Beyond Culture. 1965. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967. 111-32.*



Mikhail Bakunin
Works
Bakunin, Mikhail. "The Reaction in Germany." In Bakunin on Anarchy: Selected Works by the Activist-Founder of World Anarchism. Ed. Sam Dolgoff. New York: Vintage, 1971.

_____. Bakunin on Anarchy: Selected Works by the Activist-Founder of World Anarchism. Ed. Sam Dolgoff. New York: Vintage, 1971.



Criticism
Carr, E. H. Los exiliados románticos: Bakunin, Herzen, Ogarev. (Colección Documentos 2). Barcelona: Anagrama.

Innes, Christopher D. "The Politics of Primitivism." (Bakunin, Bakhtin, Bali). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 6-18.*



Konstantin Bal'mont
Music
Stravinsky, Igor. Two Poems of Konstantin Bal'mont. Ravel, Maurice. Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé. In Dawn Upshaw, The Girl with Orange Lips. CD. Time Warner-Elektra, 1991.*
Andrey Balashov
Works
Nabokov, Vladimir, and Andrey Balashov. Dva puti. Petrograd: privately printed, 1918.
Baratynski (1800-1844)
K. N. Batiushkov (1787-1855)
Works
Batiushkov, K. N. ("Madrigal on the New Sappho", in Russian). 1809. (On A. P. Bunin, woman poet).
Aleksandr Beliáliev
Works
Beliáliev, Aleksandr R. La cabeza del profesor Dowell. (Rara Avis). Barcelona: Alba Editorial, c. 2013.

Andrey Bely (1880-1934)
(Ps. of Boris Bugaev)
Works
Bely, Andrey. St. Petersburg. Trans. John Cournos. New York: Grove, 1959.

_____. Petersburg. (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Petersburg. New York: Grove Press, 1967?

_____. "The Magic of Words." In Symbolism: An Anthology. Ed. T. G. West. London: Methuen, 1980. 121-43.*

_____. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

Criticism
Alexandrov, Vladimir E. "Nabokov and Bely." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 358-66.*

Hodel, Robert. "Zur Funktion des Symbolischen. Ein Vergleich zwischen Realismus und Moderne (Tolstoj, Cechov, Belyj)." In Hodel, Lehmann, et al., Textkohärenz und Narration: Untersuchungen russischer Texte des Realismus und der Moderne. (Narratologia, 15). Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008. 75-100.* (& Zamiatin, Zoschenko).

Keys, Roger. The Reluctant Modernist: Andrei Belyi and the Development of Russian Fiction, 1902-1914. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.

Marszk, Doris. "Granularitätsphänomene als Parameter zur Unterscheidung." In Hodel, Lehmann, et al., Textkohärenz und Narration: Untersuchungen russischer Texte des Realismus und der Moderne. (Narratologia, 15). Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008. 307-30.* (Bely, Tosltoi).

Tielkes, Olja. "Четвёртая симфония Андрея Белого: : точки "затемнения фокализации" и неомифологический порядок действия." ("Neomythology and the Points of Retardation in 'Focalization' [The case of the Fourth Symphony by A. Bely]"). Amsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology 1 (Spring 2005).

http://cf.hum.uva.nl/narratology/s05_index.htm

2007-01-30

Wellek, René. "Andrey Bely (Pseudonym of Boris Bugaev, 1880-1934)." In Wellek, A History of Modern Criticism, 1750-1950. Vol. 7: German, Russian and East European Criticism, 1900-1950. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991. 271-73.*

Nina Berberova
Works
Berberova, Nina. "Nabokov in the Thirties." In Berberova, The Italics Are Mine. Trans. Philippe Radley. New York: Harcourt, 1969.

_____. "Nabokov in the Thirties." Triquarterly 17 (Nabokov Special Issue, 1970). Ed. Alfred Appel and Charles Newman. Rpt. as Nabokov: Criticism, Reminiscences, Translations, and Tributes. Evanston [Ill.] Northwestern University Press, 1970.

_____. "The mechanics of Pale Fire." TriQuaterly 17 (Winter 1970): 147-59.

_____. Kursiv moy. 1972. 2nd ed. 2 vols. New York: Russica, 1983.

_____. The Italics are Mine: An Autobiography. London: Longman; New York: Harcourt Brace and World, 1969. Rpt. 1992.

_____. The Tattered Cloak and Other Novels. New York: Random House-Vintage International.


Madame Blavatsky
Biography
Meade, Marion. Madame Blavatsky: The Woman Behind the Myth.

Alexandr Blok (1880-1921)
Works
Blok, Aleksandr. Balaganchik.

_____. "On the Present State of Russian Symbolism." In Symbolism: An Anthology. Ed. T. G. West. London: Methuen, 1980. 145-58.*

_____. "Cuatro poemas." San Petersburgo: La ciudad y sus poetas. Revista de Occidente 155 (1994): 87-90.*

_____. Vozmezdie. Unfinished autobiographical poem.



Criticism
Bethea, David M. "Nabokov and Blok." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 374-82.*

Lunacharsky, Anatoly. "Alexander Blok." 1932. In Lunacharsky, On Literature and Art. Moscow: Progress, 1965. 159-212.*

Medvedev, Pavel N. Dramy i poèmy Al. Bloka. (The Dramas and narrative poems of Alexander Blok). Leningrad, 1928.

Trotski, Lev. "Alexander Blok." In Trotski, Literatura y revolución. Otros escritos sobre la literatura y el arte. Madrid: Ruedo Ibérico, 1969. 1.75-82.*

Wellek, René. "Aleksandr Blok (1880-1921)." In Wellek, A History of Modern Criticism, 1750-1950. Vol. 7: German, Russian and East European Criticism, 1900-1950. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991. 274-80.*
Nikolay Bogdanov
Bogdanov, Nikolay. "Krymskoe kraevoe pravitel'stvo." Unpublished memoir. Hoover.

Kelly, Catriona, ed. Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000. (Bogdanov)




Nikolai Bokov
Works
Bokov, Nikolai (Nikto). Nobody. London: Calder.

_____. Short stories in New Writing and Writers 13 and 14 (London: John Calder).

_____. "Best Seller." New Writing and Writers 17.

_____. "We are Flying Over the Valley." New Writing and Writers 20.


Valerii Briusov
Works
Briusov, Valerii. The Republic of the Southern Cross.

Criticism
Connolly, J. W. "Vladimir Nabokov and Valerij Brjusov." Die Welder Slaven 33 (1988): 69-86.


A. P. Bunin
Criticism
Batiushkov, K. N. ("Madrigal on the New Sappho", in Russian). 1809. (On A. P. Bunin, woman poet).

Ivan A. Bunin
(Nobel prize for literature 1933)
Works
Bunin, Ivan. Memories and Portraits. Garden City (NY): Doubleday, 1951.

Bunin, Ivan, and Vera Bunin. Ustami Buninykh. Ed. M. Grin. 3 vols. Frankfrut: Possev, 1977-1982.

Zveers, A., ed. "Perepiska I. A. Bunina s M. A. Aldanovym." Novyy Zhurnal 155 (1984): 131-46.

Criticism
Bethea, D. M. "1944-1953: Ivan Bunin and the Time of Troubles in Russian Emigré Literature." Slavic Review 43 (1984): 1-16.

Hennig, Anke. "Miniaturen einer Reise. Ivan Bunins ikonisches Präsens." In Der Präsensroman. Ed. Armen Avanessian and Anke Hennig. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2013. 183-95.*

Shcherbina, V. R. Ivan Bunin. (Liternaturnoe nasledstvo, 84). Moscow: Nauka, 1973.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "The Poetics of Vladimir Nabokov's Short Stories, with Reference to Anton Chekhov and Ivan Bunin." Ph.D. Yale U, 1995.

_____. "Ivan Bunin i Vladimir Nabokov: Poetika sopernichestva." In I. A. Bunin i russkaia literatura XX veka. Moskva: Nasledie, 1996. 41-65.

_____. "Nabokov and Bunin: The Poetics of Rivalry." In Shrayer, The World of Nabokov's Stories. Austin: U of Texas P, 1999. 239-92.*

Valente, José Ángel. "En la muerte de Iván Bunin." In Valente, Obras completas, II: Ensayos. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores / Galaxia Gutenberg, cop. 2008. 916-18.*

Evgeniy Chirikov (1864-1923)
Aleksandr Davydov
Works
Davydov, Alkesandr. Vospominaniya. Paris, 1982.
Gavriil R. Derzhavin
Works
Derzhavin, Gavriil R. Stikhotvoreniia. (Verses). Leningrad: Sovetskii pisatel', 1957.
Criticism
Khodasevich, V. F. Derzhavin. Munich: Fink, 1975.
Leo Deutsch
Works
Deutsch (Deich), Leo. Sixteen Years in Siberia: Some Experiences of a Russian Revolutionist. Trans. Helen Chisholm. 1903. Rpt. Westport (CT): Hyperion, 1977.
Don-aminado
Works
Don-aminado [Aminado Shpolyansky.] Poezd na tret'em puti. New York: Chekhov Publishing House, 1954.
Sergei Dovlatov (USSR, New York)
Works
Dovlatov, Sergei. The Compromise. Novel. 1981. Trans. Anne Frydman. Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers, 1990.

_____. "La chaqueta de Fernand Léger (versión reducida." Story. Trans. Sonia Santos Vila. Hermeneus 2 (2000): 343-53.*


Mikhail M. Dostoevski (d. 1864)
Works
Dostoevski, F. M. and Mikhail M. Dostoevski, eds. Vriemia. Periodical. 1861-1863.

_____, ed. Epokha. Periodical. 1864-65.


Vladimir Dudintsev
Works
Dudintsev, Vladimir. Not by Bread Alone. Novel.
Ilya Ehrenburg
Works
Ehrenburg, Ilya. The Stormy Life of Laz. London: Calder.

_____. Roitshvantz. London: Calder.

_____. España, república de trabajadores. Buenos Aires: Victora, 193-?

_____. Men, Years—Life. Vol. 3, Truce. 1921-23. Trans. T. Shebunina and Y. Kapp. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1963.

_____. Obituary of Ernest Hemingway. Saturday Review (July 1961). Rpt. in Hemingway: The Critical Heritage. Ed. Jeffrey Meyers. London: Routledge, 1982. 433-37.*
Sergey Esenin (1895-1925)
(peasant poet)
Criticism
Trotski, Lev. "En memoria de Sergio Esenin." 1926. In Trotski, Sobre arte y cultura. Madrid: Alianza, 1973. 144-8.*
Evreinov
Works
Alexandrov, Vladimir E. "Nabokov and Evreinov." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 402-5.*

Evgeni Evtushenko
Works
Evtushenko, Evgeni. Yevtushenko: Selected Poems. Ed. and trans. Peter Levi and Robin Milner-Gulland. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1962.


Criticism
Valente, José Ángel. "Un fantasmón recorre europa." In Valente, Obras completas, II: Ensayos. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores / Galaxia Gutenberg, cop. 2008. 1149-51.* (Evgeni Evtuchenko).
E. M. Feoktikov
Works
Feoktisov, Evgeny. Vospominania E. M. Feoktisova: Za kulisami politiki i literatury, 1848-1896. Ed. Y. Oksman. Leningrad: Priboy, 1929.

A. I. Gersten
Works
Gersten, A. I. Sobranie sochineniy v 30 tomakh. Moscow: Akademiya Nauk, 1959.


Gladkov
Works
Gladkov. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


I. A. Goncharov
Works
Goncharov, I. A. Oblomov. Novel.
Criticism
Dobroliubov, Nikolai Alexandrovich. ("What is Oblomovism?, in Russian). On I. A. Goncharov.

Pritchett, V. S. "The Great Absentee." (Goncharov). In Pritchett, The Living Novel. London: Chatto, 1946. 233-40.


Maksim Gorky (1868-1936)
Works
Gorky, Maksim. Mats.

_____. The Lower Depths.

_____. (On socialist realism). At the First All-Union Congress of Soviet Writers (Aug.-Sept. 1934).

_____. Literature and Life. Hutchinson, 1946.

_____. Mi infancia. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. Mis universidades. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. Caminando por el mundo. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. Entrevistas. Ed. Sempere, 192-?

_____. Escritos filosóficos y sociales. Trans. Juan Melián. Ed. Sempere.

_____. (History of Russian Literature, in Russian). Moscow, 1939.

_____. O karamazovchine. Ieshcho o 'karamazovschine'. In Gorki, O literature. Moscow, 1953.

_____. Maksim Gorky: Selected Letters. Ed. and trans. Andrew Barratt and Barry P. Scherr. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997.




Criticism
Gourfinkel, Nina. Gorki según Gorki. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

Lunacharsky, Anatoly. "Maxim Gorky." 1932. In Lunacharsky, On Literature and Art. Moscow: Progress, 1965. 213-32.*

Nabokov, Vladimir. "Maksim Gorki (1868-1936)." In Nabokov, Curso de literatura rusa. Trans. María Luisa Balseiro. Barcelona: Ediciones B, 1997. 515-32.*

Wellek, René. "Maxim Gorky (1868-1936)." In Wellek, A History of Modern Criticism, 1750-1950. Vol. 7: German, Russian and East European Criticism, 1900-1950. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991. 305-308.*


Related works


Strauss, Botho. Sommergäste. Screenplay based on Makism Gorki's work.. Filmed by Peter Stein, 1975.
A. S. Griboiedov (1795-1829)
Works
Griboiedov, A. S. Gore ot uma (Woe from Wit, or The Misfortune of Being Intelligent). Comedy.
Dmitri Vasilievich Grigorovich (1822-1899)
Works
Grigorovich, Dmitri Vasilievich. Organilleros de Petersburgo.

_____. La aldea

- -- . Antón Goremyka (Antón el desgraciado).
P. P. Gronsky
Works
Gronsky, P. P. "Borets za pravo." Poslednie novosti 30 March 1922: 1.

_____. Vchera: Vospominaniya. Paris: Dom knigi, 1938.



Vasily Grossman (1905-1964)
(Russian novelist and journalist, covered battle of Stalingrad and revealed the existence of Nazi extermination camps, praised as novelist by Gorky and Bulgákov, but condemned by the state and ostracized, Life and Fate was clandestinely microfilmed and published posthumously abroad)


Works
Grossman, Vasily. Zhizn i sudhá.

_____. Life and Fate. Novel. Written 1960, pub. 1980. Trans. Robert Chandler. Harvill, 1995?

_____. Vida y destino. Trans. Marta-Intrid Rebón Rodríguez. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores-Galaxia Gutenberg, 2007.*

_____. Forever Flowing. Trans. Thomas P. Whitney. New York: Harper and Row, 1986.

_____. "L’enfer de Treblinka." In Années de guerre. Paris: Autrement, 1992.


Criticism
García Landa, José Ángel. "Totalitarismo, historia retroactiva y control interiorizado." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 28 Feb. 2009.

http://garciala.blogia.com/2009/022801-totalitarismo-historia-retroactiva-y-control-interiorizado.php

2009



Gumilev
Works
Alexandrov, Vladimir E. "Nabokov and Gumilev." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 428-33.*

Alexander Herzen (1812-1870)
Works
Herzen, Alexandr Ivanovich. Dilettantism in Science. 1842-43.

_____. Letters on the Study of Nature. 1844-45.

_____.Who Is to Blame? 1841-46.

_____. Dr Krupov. Story. 1847.

_____. The Thieving Magpie. Story. 1848.

_____. Byloe i dumi. Autobiographical novel. 1852-68.

_____. From the Other Shore.

_____. Pasado y pensamientos. Select. and ed. O. Novikova. Trans. O. Novikova and J. C. Lechado. Madrid: Tecnos, 1994.

_____. Childhood, Youth, and Exile. Trans. J. D. Duff. Introd. Sir Isaiah Berlin. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Ends and Beginnings. Trans. Constance Garnett. Rev. Humphrey Higgens. Ed. Aileen Kelly. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. The Russian People and Socialism. In Herzen, From the Other Shore and The Russian People and Socialism. Trans. Moura Budberg and Richard Wollheim. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1979.

_____. From the Other Shore and The Russian People and Socialism. Trans. Moura Budberg and Richard Wollheim. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1979.




Criticism
Carr, E. H. Los exiliados románticos: Bakunin, Herzen, Ogarev. (Colección Documentos 2). Barcelona: Anagrama.

Kelly, Aileen. "Ideology and Utopia in Herzen and Dostoevsky: From the Other Shore and Diary of a Writer." The Russian Review 50 (Oct. 1991): 397-416.

_____. "Herzen and Proudhon: Two Radical Ironists." Common Knowledge 1.2 (Fall 1992): 36-62.

Iosif Hessen
Works
Hessen, Iosif. "Let sorok nazad." Zarya 2 (1942).

_____. "Pamyati druga." Rul'. 30 March 1922: 1.

_____. Sudebnaya reforma. St Petersburg: Gershunin, 1905.

_____. "V dvukh vekakh." Arkhiv russkoy revolyutsii 22 (1937).

_____. Gody izgnaniya: Zhiznenny otchyot. Paris: YMCA, 1981.

Vladimir Hessen
Works
Hessen, Vladimir. V borbe za zhizn' (zapiski emigranta). New York: Rausen, 1974.


Iampolsky
Criticism
Klebanov, Michael. "Изучая нарративы Хармса : От Жаккара к Ямпольскому" ("Studying Kharmsian modes of Narration: From Jaccard to Iampolsky"). Amsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology 1 (Spring 2005).

http://cf.hum.uva.nl/narratology/s05_index.htm

2007-01-30




Ilya Ilf
Works
Ilf, Ilya, and Yevgeny Petrov. Zolotoy telyonok (= The Golden Calf).

_____. (Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov).The Little Golden Calf: A Satiric Novel. Trans. Charles Malamuth. New York: Ungar, 1966.


Archbishop Ioann
Works
Archbishop Ioann. ["Strannik"]. "Nachalo Nabokoviani." Russkaya Mysl' 9 June 1987: 10.

N. M. Karamzin (1766-1826)
Works

Karamzin, N. M. (Two Characters, in Russian). Essay.



Alexander Kerenski
Works
Kerensky, Alexander. The Kerensky Memoirs: Russia and History's Turning Point. London: Cassell, 1966.

Browden, Robert Paul, and Alexander Kerensky, eds. The Russian Provisional Government, 1917: Documents. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1961.




Daniil Kharms
Works
Kharms, Daniil. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


Khlebnikov
Works
Khlebnikov. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


Vladislav F. Khodasevich
(Russian émigré writer)
Works
Khodasevich, Vladislav F. Evropeyskaya Noch'. Poems.

_____. Reviews in Vorozhddenie. Paris.

_____. "On Sirin." Trans. Michael Walker. TriQuarterly 17 (Winter 1970): 96-101.

_____. "On Sirin." Trans. Michael H. Walker. In Appel and Newman, Nabokov 96-101.

_____. Derzhavin. Munich: Fink, 1975.


Criticism
Bethea, David M. Khodasevich: His Life and Art. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1983.

_____. "Nabokov and Khodasevich." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 452-63.*

Malmstad, John. "The Historical Sense and Xodaseviç's Deravin." In Derzhavin. by V. F. Khodasevich. Munich: Fink, 1975. v-xviii.

_____. "Iz perepiski V. F. Khodasevicha (1925-1938)." Minuvshee 3 (1987): 262-91.

Nabokov, Vladimir V. "O Khodaseviche." Sovremennyya Zapiski 69 (Paris, 1939): 262-64.

_____. "On Hodasevisch." In Nabokov, Strong Opinions. New York: Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 223-27.*

Nivat, Georges. Anguish and Classicism in the Poetry of Khodasevich. Geneva: University of Geneva, 1989.


Nicholas Klyuev (1885-1937)
(Russian "peasant poet")
Works

Klyuev. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


Vladimir Korolenko
Works
Korolenko, Vladimir. El músico ciego. Madrid: Alianza.

P. W. Kovalevsky
Works

Kovalevsky, P. W. Zarubezhnaya Rossia. Paris: Librairie des Cinq Continents, 1971; Dopolnitel'nyy vypusk, 1973.


Vadim Kozovoï
Related works
Blanchot, Maurice. Lettres à Vadim Kozovoï (1976-1998). Manucius, 2009.
Piotr Alexeievich Kropotkin (1842-1921)
(Russian prince, anarchist-nihilist radical, diplomat, geographical explorer)
Works
Kropotkin, Piotr Alexéievich. Memorias de un revolucionario. (Tras 3 Letras, 2). Oviedo: Krk Ediciones, c. 2006.*

_____. Mutual Aid: A Factor in Evolution. 1902. London: Allen Lane, 1972.

_____. Mutual Aid. London, 1902. Excerpt from Ch. 2 ("Mutual Aid"). In Darwin: Texts. Commentary. Ed. Philip Appleman. 3rd ed. New York: Norton, 2001. 398-403.*

_____. "El apoyo mutuo, un factor de la evolución." Estafeta



http://estafeta-gabrielpulecio.blogspot.com/2010/07/piotr-kropotkin-el-apoyo-mutuo-un.html

2011


_____. Obras. Ediciones de Bolsillo.


Biography
Woodcock, George, and Ivan Avakumovic. The Anarchist Prince: A Biographical Study of Peter Kropotkin. London: T. V. Boardman and Co., 1950.


Criticism
Gould, Stephen Jay. "Kropotkin Was No Crackpot." In Gould, Bully for Brontosaurus. 1991. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992. 325-39.* (Kropotkin, social darwinism, cooperation).

_____. "Kropotkin no era ningún chiflado." In Gould, "Brontosaurus" y la nalga del ministro. Trans. Joandomènec Ros. (Biblioteca Divulgación Científica). Barcelona: Planeta DeAgostini, 2008. 373-89.*



Ivan Andreyevich Krylov (1768-1844)
Works
Krylov, Ivan Andreyevich. Fables.

_____. ("On the translation of L'Art poétique", in Russian). Epigram.

_____. (Иван Крылов). Полное собрание сочинений. Т. 3. Москва, 1946.

Music
Dmitri Shostakovich. Two Fables of Krylov op. 4. Larissa Dyadkova. Women's Voices of the Gothenburg Opera. In Shostakovich, The Orchestral Songs, Vol. 1. Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra / Neeme Järvi. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1994.* ("The Dragonfly and the Ant"; "The Ass and the Nightingale").



Alexander Kuprin (1879-1938)


(Russian SF writer)

Works

Kuprin, Alexander. "Liquid Sunshine." 1913. Trans. Leland Fetzer. In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 598-631.*



Mikhail Kuzmin
(Russian gay writer)
Works
Kuzmin, Mikahil. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

V. Leikin
Works
Leikin, V. Petrashevtsy. Moscow, 1924.

Mikhail Lermontov (1814-1841)
Workskov
Lermontov, Mikhail. A la muerte del poeta.

_____. Borodino.

_____. "Princess Mary." (Duels).

_____. A Hero of Our Time. 1839.

_____. A Hero of Our Times. (Russian ed.) (Gosizdat Khudozhesvennoy Literaturi). Moskva, 1951.

_____. A Hero of Our Time. Translated by Vladimir Nabokov in collaboration with Dmitri Nabokov; foreword by Vladimir Nabokov. New York: Doubleday, 1958.

_____. A Hero of Our Time. Trans. Martin Parker. Moscow: Foreign Languages, n. d.

_____. A Hero of Our Time. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984.

_____. Complete Works. (in Russian). Academia, 1936-37.

Nabokov, Vladimir, trans. Three Russian Poets. Verse translation. Norfolk (CT): New Directions, 1945. Enlarged ed., under the title Pushkin, Lermontov, Tyutchev. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1947.



Criticism
Hacizade, Günel. Wuthering Heights by Brontë and A Hero of Our Time by Lermontov. MA diss. Middle East Technical University, 2008. Online at Scribd

http://es.scribd.com/doc/194778629/Thesis

2014


Nabokov, V. "The Lermontov Mirage." Russian Review (November 1941).

Todd, William Mills, III. "A Hero of Our Time.' In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 178-83.*

Music
Tavener, John. Diódia. The World. Akhmatova Songs. Many Years. Patricia Rozario. The Vanbrugh Quartet. CD. London: Hyperion, 2001.* (Akhmatova Songs: "Dante," "Pushkin and Lermontov," "Boris Pasternak," "Couplet," "The Muse," "Death").

Nikolai Leskov (1831-1895)
(Russian novelist and short story writer)
Works
Leskov, Nikolai. Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District. Novella. Written 1864, pub. 1865.

_____. La pulga de acero. Madrid: Impedimenta, 2007.




Criticism
Benjamin, Walter. (The Storyteller). Orient und Okzident (1936).

_____. "The Storyteller: Reflections on the Work of Nikolai Leskov."1936. In Benjamin, Illuminations. New York: Schocken Books, 1969. 83-109.*

_____. "The Storyteller." In Theory of the Novel: A Historical Approach. Ed. Michael McKeon. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000. 77-93.*

_____. "The Storyteller." In The Novel: An Anthology of Criticism and Theory 1900-2000. Ed. Dorothy J. Hale. Blackwell, 2006. 361-78.*

_____. "El narrador." In Benjamin, Para una crítica de la violencia y otros ensayos. 1991.

Eikhenbaum, Boris. "Leskov i sovremennaia proza." In Eikhenbaum, Literatura, teoriia, kritika, polemika. Leningrad, 1927.

_____. "Leskov and Modern Prose." Russian Literture Triquarterly 11 (1975): 211-29.

Géry, Catherine. "Une philosophie du langage dans la prose russe du XIXe siècle: le 'lexicocentrisme' de N. S. Leskov."



http://www.vox-poetica.org

2005-05-12

Pritchett, V. S. "A Russian Outsider." (Leskov). In Pritchett, The Living Novel. London: Chatto, 1946. 255-60.*

Music
Shostakovich, Dmitri. Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District. Opera in 4 acts, nine scenes. Libretto by Alexander Preis and Dmitri Shostakovich, after the short story by Nikolai Leskov. 1932.

_____. Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District. (1932). Maria Ewing, Aage Haugland, Sergei Larin, Philip Langridge, Anatoly Kotcherga, Heinz Zednik, Kurt Moll, Elena Zaremba. Kristine Ciesinski, Jean-Pierre Mazaloubaud, Guillaume Petitot, Jean-Claude Costa, Jean Savignol, José Ochagavia, Grigory Gritziuk, Alan Woodrow, Romuald Tesarowicz, Philippe Duminy, Ilya Levinsky, Mario Agnetti, Carlos Alvarez, Johann Tilli, Margaret Jane Wray. Orchestre et Chœurs de l'Opéra Bastille (Gunter Wagner) / Myung-Whun Chung. 2 CDs. Germany: Deutsche Grammophon, 1993.*

Apollon Grigorievich Maiakov (Poet, 1821-1897).

Vladimir Makanin
Works
Makanin, Vladimir. Un río de rápida corriente. Novel. Madrid: Alfaguara.

_____. El profeta. Novel. Madrid: Alfaguara.

_____. El pasadizo. Novel. Trans. Helena S. Kriúkova and Vicente Cazcarra. Madrid: Siruela.

_____. On Russian lit. In Encuentro internacional sobre la novela en Europa. El Urogallo 82 (1993): 96-117.




D. N. Mamin-Sibiriak
Works
Mamin-Sibiriak, D. N. Privalovskie milliony. Novel. Moskva: Khudozhestvennaia literatura, 1980.*

_____. Los millones. Trans. N. Tasín. (Colección Universal, nos. 532-33-34). 1 vol. Madrid: Calpe, 1921.*



Osip Mandelstam (1891-1938)
Works
Mandelstam, Osip. The Prose of Osip Mandelstam. Trans. Clarence Brown. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1965.

_____. Selected Poems. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. "Tres poemas." San Petersburgo: La ciudad y sus poetas. Revista de Occidente 155 (1994): 91-3.

_____. Coloquio sobre Dante. La cuarta prosa. Trans. Jesús García Gabaldón. Madrid: Visor, 1996.

_____. The Voronezh Notebooks: Poems, 1935-1937. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1996.

_____. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

Lowell, Robert. "Nine Poems by Ossip Manderstamm." New York Review of Books 23 Dec. 1965.
Criticism
Darrieussecq, Marie. Rapport de police. Paris: P.O.L., c. 2010. (On accusations of plagiarism: Mandel'stam, Danilo Kis, Zola, Camille Laurens, etc.).

Polyanovsky, Edvin, and Mark Frankland. "Muerte de un genio en el Gulag." (Mandelstam). Quimera 119 (1993): 24-31.*

Rollberg, Peter. "Ossip Mandelstam." In De Baudelaire a Lorca. Ed. Manuel Losada et al. Kassel: Reichenberger, 1996. 681-88.*

Wellek, René. "Osip Mandelstam (1891-1938)." In Wellek, A History of Modern Criticism, 1750-1950. Vol. 7: German, Russian and East European Criticism, 1900-1950. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991. 292-97.*



Kn. V. P. Meshchersky
Works
Meshchersky, Kn. V. P. Moi vospominaniya. 2 vols. St. Petersburg, 1897-98.
Paul Milyukov
Works
Milyukov, Paul. "Pamyati starogo druga." Poslednie novosti 1 April 1922: 2.

_____. "Pamyati V. D. Nabokova." Poslednie novosti 28 March 1925: 1.

_____. Political Memoirs, 1905-1917. Ed. Arthur Mendel. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1967.

_____. "V. D. Nabokov (k godovshchine smerti)." Poslednie novosti 28 March 1925: 1.

_____. Vospominaniya (1859-1917). 2 vols. New York: Chekhov Publishing House, 1955.

D. A. Milyutin
Works
Milyutin, D. A. Dnevnik D. A. Milyutina. Ed. P. A. Zaionchkovsky. 4 vols. Moscow, 1947-50.

Konstantin Dmitrievich Nabokov
Works
Nabokov, Konstantin Dmitrievich. Ispytaniya diplomata. Stockholm, 1921.

_____. The Ordeal of a Diplomat. London: Duckworth, 1921.

Nabokov, Sergey Sergeevich. "Iz perepiski K. D. Nabokova s S. Vitte i dr." In Russkiy al'manakh. By Shakhovkskoy et al.
Nicolas Nabokov
Works
Nabokov, Nicolas. Bagazh: Memoirs of a Russian Cosmopolitan. New York: Atheneum, 1975.

Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov
(Russian lawyer and politician, leader of the liberal Kadet party, father of novelist Vladimir V. Nabokov; minister in anticommunist government in Crimea, exile in London, then Berlin; founded Rul' ; shot by Russian Fascist terrorists)
Works
Nabokov, Vladimir Dmitrievich. "Nishchenstvo i brodyazhestvo, kak nakazuemye prostupki." Zhurnal Sankt-Petersburskogo yuridicheskogo obshchestva 3 (1895): 9-73.

_____. "Proekt ugolovnogo ulozheniya i smertnaya kazn'." Pravo 30 Jan. 1900: 257-63.

_____. "Plotskie prestupleniya." Vestnik prava 32 (1902): 129-89.

_____. "Kishinyovskaya krovavaya banya." Pravo 27 April 1903: 1283-85.

_____. Elementarnyy uchebnik chasti russkogo ugolovnogo prava. St Petersburg: Senatskaya tipografiya, 1903.

_____. Elementarnyy uchebnik osobennoy chasti russkogo ugolovnogo prava. St. Petersburg: Senatskaya tipografiya, 1903.

_____. "Deyatelnost' partii narodnoy svobody v. gosudarsvtennoy dume." Vestnik partii narodnoy svobody 1 Oct. 1906: 1603.

_____. "Duel' i ugolovnyy zakon." Pravo 13-20 Dec. 1909: 1729-44, 2833-47.

_____. "Mery sotsial'noy zashchity protiv retsidivistov." Zhurnal ugolovnogo prava i protsessa 1 (1913): 1-29.

_____. Iz voyuyushchey Anglii. Petrograd: Union, 1916.

_____. "Po povodu 'Krymshkykh ocherkov'." Golos Rossii 30 Sept. 1920.

_____. "Iz vospominaniy o teatre (za 35 let)." Teatr i zhizhn' 1-2 (Sept. 1921).

_____. "Moskovskie khudozhniki." Teatr i zhizhn' 5-6 (December 1921).

_____. "Iz vospominaniy o teatre: Napravik." Teatr i zhizhn 9 (April 1922).

_____. "Petersburgskaya gimnaziya sorok let tomu nazad (stranichka vospominaniy." Novaya rossiya 1 (April 1922).

_____, trans. Pis'ma Imperatritsy Aleksandry Fyodorovny k Imperatoru Nikolayu II. 2 vols. Berlin: Slovo, 1922.

_____. "Pis'ma V. D. Nabokova iz Krestov k zhene: 1908 g." Ed. Vladimir Nabokov. Vozdushnye puti 4 (1965).

Biography
Astrov, Nikolay. "V. D. Nabokov." Unpublished lecture. 28 March 1932. Panina Collection, ColB.

Demidov, I. "Blagorodnoe sertse." (V. D. Nabokov). Poslednie novosti 30 March 1922: 2.

Dolgorukov, K. Paul. "K kharakteristike V. D. Nabokova." Russkaya mysl' 6-7 (1922): 268-72.

"Fond imeni V. D. Nabokova." Russkaya mysl' 8-12 (1922): 271-72.

Feoktisov, Evgeny. Vospominania E. M. Feoktisova: Za kulisami politiki i literatury, 1848-1896. Ed. Y. Oksman. Leningrad: Priboy, 1929.

Ferrand, Jacques, and Sergey S. Nabokov Les Nabokov: Essai généalogique. Paris, 1982.

Ganfman, M. L. "V. D. Nabokov." Rul`. March 30, 1922: 1.

Healy, Ann Erickson. The Russian Aristocracy in Crisis, 1905-1907. Hamden (CT): Archon, 1976.

Ikonnikov, Nikolay. Noblesse de Russie: Les Nabokov. Paris, 1960.

K. "Sobranie pamyati V. D. Nabokova." Nash vek 3 April 1932: 7.

Kharlamov, V. "Na slavnom postu." (V. D. Nabokov). Poslednie novosti 30 March 1922: 2.

Kulisher, Evgeny. ¨Pamyati V.D. Nabokova." Poslednie novosti (19 April 1932): 4.

Milyukov, Paul. "Pamyati starogo druga." Poslednie novosti 1 April 1922: 2.

_____. "Pamyati V. D. Nabokova." Poslednie novosti 28 March 1925: 1.

_____. Political Memoirs, 1905-1917. Ed. Arthur Mendel. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1967.

_____. "V. D. Nabokov (k godovshchine smerti)." Poslednie novosti 28 March 1925: 1.

_____. Vospominaniya (1859-1917). 2 vols. New York: Chekhov Publishing House, 1955.

Mogilyansky, N. "V. D. Nabokov (iz vospominaniy)." Poslednie novosti (1 April 1922): 2.




Criticism
Makletsov, A. "V. D. Nabokov, kak uchyonyy kriminalist." Rossiya i slavyanstvo 23 April 1932: 2.

_____. "V. D. Nabokov—uchyonyy." Rul' 8 April 1922: 1-2.


Internet resources


"Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Dmitrievich_Nabokov

2012-12-03



Vladimir V. Nabokov. See English authors. Nabokov, V.

Nekrassov
Criticism
Tynianov, Iuri. (Iouri Tynianov). "Les formes du vers de Nekrassov." In Tynianov, Formalisme et histoire littéraire. Ed. and trans. Catherine Depretto-Genty. Lausanne: L'Age d'Homme, 1991. 196-211.*


Neverov (Ps. of Aleksandr Skobelev, 1886-1923).

Vaslav Nijinsky
Criticism
Wilson, Colin. The Outsider. London: Victor Gollancz, 1956. (Barbusse, Sartre, Camus, Hemingway, T. E. Lawrence, Vaslav Nijinski, Alexei Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Blake, Nietzsche, Kafka, T. S. Eliot, Rilke, Joyce).

_____. The Outsider. Including a new Postscript for this edition. London: Pan Books, 1967. 1970. 1971.*



Odoevski
Works
Odoevski. "The Last Suicide." Story. In Russian Nights.

_____. "A City without a Name." Story. In Russian Nights.

_____. Russian Nights.

Ogarev
Criticism
Carr, E. H. Los exiliados románticos: Bakunin, Herzen, Ogarev. (Colección Documentos 2). Barcelona: Anagrama.
Olesha
Works
Olesha. Zavist'.

N. A. Ostrovski (1836-1861)
Criticism
Dobroliubov, Nikolai Alexandrovich. ("The Kingdom of Darkness.") (In Russian). Essay on N. A. Ostrovski.

_____. ("A Beam of Light on the Kingdom of Darkness"; in Russian). On N. A. Ostrovski.




Sofiya Parnok
(Lesbian writer)
Works
Parnok, Sofiya. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


Viktor Pelevin
Works
Gomel, Elana. "Viktor Pelevin and Literary Postmodernism in Post-Soviet Russia." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 309-21.*


Mikhail Vasilievich Petrashevski (1821-1866).

Yevgeny Petrov
Works
Ilf, Ilya, and Yevgeny Petrov. Zolotoy telyonok (= The Golden Calf).

_____. (Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov).The Little Golden Calf: A Satiric Novel. Trans. Charles Malamuth. New York: Ungar, 1966.


Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin
(Painter and writer)
Works
Petrov-Vodkin, Kuzma. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

Liudmila Petruchevskaia (1938)
(Russian dramatist)
Works
"Liudmila Petruchevskaia (1938-)." In A History of European Literature. Ed. Annick Benoit-Dusausoy and Guy Fontaine. London: Routledge, 2000. 724-25.*

Boris Pilniak (1894-1938)




Works

Pilniak, Boris. El año desnudo.

_____. "Un cuento sobre cómo se escriben los cuentos." In Los cuentos de una vida: Antología del cuento universal. Ed Sergio Pitol. Barcelona and México: Plaza & Janés, 2002. 271-84.*
Andrey Platonov
Works
Platonov, Andrey. The Foundation Pit. (1920s). Harvill, 1996.

_____. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.


Anna Politovskaya
(Russian journalist, murdered by Putin's secret service)
Works
Politkovskaya, Anna. La Rusia de Putin.


Evgeni Popov
Works
Popov, Evgeni. El alma del patriota. Madrid: Alianza, 1994.
Irina Ratushinkaya
Works
Ratushinskaya, Irina. Grey Is the Color of Hope. (Vintage International). New York: Random House-Vintage, c. 1989.

Alexy Remizov (1877-1957)
(Russian novelist and satirist)
Pantaleimon Romanof (1883-1938)
Works
Romanof, Pantaleimon.Three Pairs of Silk Stockings: A novel of the Life of the Educated Class under the Soviet. Trans. Leonide Zarine. Ed. Stephen Graham. London: E. Benn, 1931.

Rozanov
Works
Shklovski, Viktor. "Rozanov: La obra y la evolución literaria." In Antología del formalismo ruso y el grupo de Bajtin. Ed. Emil Volek. Madrid: Fundamentos, 1992. 171-76.
Andrei Sakharov
Criticism
Rushdie, Salman. "Andrei Sakharov." 1990. In Rushdie, Imaginary Homelands. 1991. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992. 265-68.*

Julián Semionov
Works
Semionov, Julián. Diecisiete instantes de una primavera. Novel. (Stirlitz series, on Russian spies vs. nazis).

Princess Zinaida Shakhovskoy (1908)

Works
Schakovskoy, Zinaèida. [Ps. Jacques Croisé] "Le Cas Nabokov, our la blessure de l'exil." La Revue des deux mondes 15 August 1959.

_____. La folle Clio. Paris: Presses de la Cité, 1966.

_____. Une Manière de vivre. Paris: Presses de la Cité, 1965.

_____. Otrazheniya. Paris: YMCA, 1975.

_____. "Pustynya." Novyy Zhurnal 111 (June 1973); 27-33.

_____. "V. I Pol' i Angel'skie stihi' V. Nabokova." In Shakhovskoy et al., Russkiy al'manakh 230-35.

_____. V poiskakh Nabokova. Paris : "La Presse Libre," 1979.

_____. (Untitled). Russkaya mysl' 29 Dec. 1977: 8.

Shakovskoy, Zinaida, René Guerra, and Eugene Ternovsky, eds. Russkiy Al'manakh. Paris, 1981.

Shchedrin
Criticism
Pritchett, V. S. "The Hypocrite." (Shchedrin). In Pritchett, The Living Novel. London: Chatto, 1946. 226-32.

Shershenevich
Works
Shershenevich. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

Mikhail Sholokhov

Works
Sholokov, Mikhail. And Quiet Flows the Don. (Vintage International). New York: Random House-Vintage, c. 1989.

Criticism
Solzhenitzin, Aleksandr. "Un misterio todavía no aclarado." (Sholokhov). Quimera 103 (1991): 45-51.*

Related works


Dzerzhinsky, Ivan. The Quiet Don. Opera.
S. Shubinski
Works
Шубинский, С. (ред.), Письма леди Рондо, жены английского резидента при русском дворе в царствование имп. Анны Иоановны. Санкт–Петербург: Издание Я. А. Исакова, 1874.

Andrey Sinyavsky
Works
Sinyavsky, Andrey. Lyubimov. Dystopia.

_____. (Andrei Siniavski). Lubimov. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. (Ps. Abram Tertz). . "On Socialist Realism." Trans. George Dennis. In The Trial Begins and On Socialist Realism. Berkeley: U of California P, 1982.

Sologub
Criticism
Shapiro, Michael. "Fragments of Meaning in Sologub's The Pretty Demon." In Shapiro, The Sense of Form in Literature and Language. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1998. 43-62.*

_____. (Michael and Marianne Shapiro). "Fragments of Meaning in Sologub's The Petty Demon." In The Sense of Form in Literature and Language. 2nd ed. by Michael and Marianne Shapiro. California: Scotts Valley, 2009. 169-94.*




Arkady and Boris Strugatsky
Works
Strugatsky, Arkady, and Boris Strugatsky. Far Rainbow. Novel. 1963. English trans. 1967.

_____. Trudno byt bogom. Trans. A. Molina García and Domingo Santos.

_____. Hard to Be a God. Novel. 1964.

_____. Qué difícil es ser Dios. Barcelona: Acervo, 1975.*

_____. The Final Circle of Paradise. Novel. 1965. English trans. 1976.

_____. Roadside Picnic. Tale of the Troika. 1972. Trans. Antinina W. Bouis. New York: Pocket Books, 1977.

_____. The Snail on the Slope. Novel. 1968. English trans. 1980.

Tarkovsky, Andrei. Stalker. Film. 1979. Based on Roadside Picnic. By Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.



Criticism
Csicsery-Ronay, Istvan, Jr. "Towards the Last Fairy Tale: On The Fairy-Tale Paradigm in the Strugatsky's Science Fiction, 1963-72." Science-Fiction Studies 13 (1986): 1-41.

Lem, Stanislaw. "About the Strugatskys' Roadside Picnic." In Lem, Microworlds: Writings on Science Fiction and Fantasy. San Diego: Harcourt, 1984. 243-78.*

Salvestroni, Simonetta. "The Ambiguous Miracle in Three Novels by the Strugatsky Brothers." Science-Fiction Studies 11 (1984): 291-303.


Sumarokov
Criticism
Keshabyan, Irina. "Analysing the Concepts of Vengeance and Hono(u)r in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Sumarokov's Gamlet: A Corpus-Based Approach to Literature." In Recent and Applied Corpus-based Studies. Monograph issue of International Journal of English Studies (Special issue 2009): 235-57.*

_____. "Cross-Linguistic Representation of the Topic of Religion and Traditional Moral Values in Shakespeare‟s Hamlet and Sumarokov's Gamlet: A Corpus-Based Study." In At a Time of Crisis: English and American Studies in Spain: Works from the 35th AEDEAN Conference, UAB/Barcelona 14-16 November 2011. Ed. Sara Martín et al. Barcelona: Departament de Filologia Anglesa i de Germanística, U Autònoma de Barcelona / AEDEAN, 2012. 352-359.* http://www.aedean.org/pdf_atatimecrisis/AtaTimeofCrisis_AEDEAN35_portada.pdf

2012
Modest Tchaikovsky
(Brother of Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky)
Music
Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilich. Pikovaya Dama. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Modest Tchaikovsky, after Pushkin. Written 1890.

_____. Pique Dame: The Queen of Spades. Vladimir Atlantov, Mirella Freni, Sergei Leiferkus, Maureen Forrester, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Katherine Ciesinski, Dominique Labelle, Janis Taylor, Ernesto Gavazzi, Julian Rodescu, Richard Clement, Dennis Petersen, Jorge Chaminé. Tanglewood Festival Chorus (John Oliver). American Boychoir. Boston Symphony Orchestra / Seiji Ozawa. Prod. Jay David Saks. Rec. 1991. 3 CDs, with libretto in Russian (translit. Martin Cooper 1977), English (trans. Martin Cooper, 1977), German (trans. Dr. Detlef Gojowy, 1977) and French (André Lischke, 1977). Notes by Steven Ledbetter. (RCA Victor Red Seal). BMG Ariola, 1992.*




Fyodor Tyutchev (1803-1873)

Tynianov, Iuri (Iouri Tynianov). "Tiouttchev et Heine." In Tynianov, Formalisme et histoire littéraire. Ed. and trans. Catherine Depretto-Genty. Lausanne: L'Age d'Homme, 1991. 182-95.*


Aleksei Konstantinovich Tolstoi (1817-1875)
Works
Tolstoy, Aleksey Konstantinovich. Idil-lis rurals. Trans. Markow Gassol. Barcelona: Antoni Lopez, n. d.

_____. Prince Serebryanïy. Historical novel.




Criticism
Wilson, Colin. The Outsider. London: Victor Gollancz, 1956. (Barbusse, Sartre, Camus, Hemingway, T. E. Lawrence, Vaslav Nijinski, Alexei Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Blake, Nietzsche, Kafka, T. S. Eliot, Rilke, Joyce).

_____. The Outsider. Including a new Postscript for this edition. London: Pan Books, 1967. 1970. 1971.*



Alexandra Tolstoy
Works
Tolstoy, Alexandra. Out of the Past. Ed. and trans. Katherine Strelsky and Catherine Wolkonsky. New York: Columbia UP, 1981.

Tatyana Tolstoya
Works
Tolstoya, Tatyana. On the Golden Porch and Other Stories. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. On the Golden Porch. New York: Random House-Vintage International.

_____. Sleepwalker in a Fog. New York: Random House-Vintage International.
Marina Tsvetaeva
Works
Tsvetaeva, Marina. "Poet o Kritike." Blagonamerennyy 2 (1926).

_____. Tres poemas mayores. Hiperión, 1991.

_____. Correspondencia de verano. México: Siglo XXI, 1984.

_____. El poeta y el tiempo. El poeta y la crítica. Barcelona: Anagrama, 1990.

_____. Carta a la amazona, y otros escritos franceses. Hiperión, 1991.

_____. El diablo. Barcelona: Anagrama, 1991.

_____. Indicios terrestres. Madrid: Versal, 1992.

_____. Six poems of Marina Tsvetaeva. Music by Dmitri Shostakovich. ("My Poems", "Where Does Such Tenderness Come From," "Hamlet's Dialogue with Conscience," "The Poet and the Tsar," "No, the Drum Beat," "To Anna Akhmatova").

_____. Selected Poems. Ed. Elaine Feinstein. (Oxford Poets). Manchester: Carcanet, 1999.

_____. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

_____. Carnets de Marina Tsvetaeva. Ed. Luba Jurgenson Trans. Eveline Amoursky and Nadine Dubourvieux. Syrtes, 2008.

Pasternak, Boris, Rainer María Rilke and Marina Tsvetaieva. Correspondance à trois: Rilke, Pasternak, Tsvetaïeva. Paris: Gallimard, 1983.

_____. Cartas del verano de 1926. Barcelona: Grijalbo Mondadori, 1993.

Morgan, Edwin, trans. Sovpoems. Migrant Press, 1961. (Brecht, Neruda, Pasternak, Tsvetayeva, Mayakovsky, Martynov, Yevtushenko).



Criticism
Burgos, Elizabeth. "Ajmátova y Tsvietáieva: Cuando sólo los muertos sonreían." Quimera 117 (1993): 24-35.

Cixous, Hélène. The Poetics of Blanchot, Joyce, Kafka, Kleist, Lispector and Tsvetayeva. Ed. and trans. Verena Andermatt Conley. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992.

Jurgenson, Luba. "Les événements se trament au sein du langage." Vox Poetica 15 Nov. 2008. (From Marina Tsveataeva, Carnets, ed. Luba Jurgenson).

http://www.vox-poetica.org/t/jurgenson2008.html

2008


Karlinsky, Simon. Marina Tsvetaeva: The Woman, Her World, and Her Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1985.

_____. Marina Tsvietaieva. Madrid: Grijalbo, 1991.

Music
Dmitri Shostakovich. Symphony No. 14, op. 135. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op. 143a. Julia Varády, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Ortrun Wenkel. Concertgebouw Orchestra, Bernard Haitink. Recorded 1981, 1983. CD. London: Decca, 1986.*

Fyodor Tyutchev
Works
Tyutchev. "Last Love." Poem. Trans. Vladimir Nabokov. 1944. In Nabokov, Selected Letters 1940-77. 66.*

Ludmila Vrangel
Works
Vrangel, Ludmila (Baroness). Vospominaniya i starodavnie vremena. Washington, D.C.: Victor Kamkin, 1964.

Fyodor Tyutchev (1803-1873)
Works
Tiutchev, Fiodor Ivanovich. ("Those Poor Hamlets, That Miserable Nature.") Poem. 1855.

_____. ("In Memoriam" (of Schiller), in Russian). Poem.

Nabokov, Vladimir, trans. Three Russian Poets. Verse translation. Norfolk (CT): New Directions, 1945. Enlarged ed., under the title Pushkin, Lermontov, Tyutchev. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1947.

Tomlison, Charles, trans. Versions for Fyodor Tyutchev. Oxford UP, 1960.



Ludmila Ulitskaya
Works
Ulitskaya, Ludmila. Sonechka and Other Stories. 1992. Trans. Arch Tait. Birmingham: Glas Publishers / Department of Russian Literature, U of Birmingham, c. 1999.
Uspensky
Criticism
Alexandrov, Vladimir E. "Nabokov and Uspensky." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995. 548-553.*


Konstantin Vaginov
Works
Vaginov, Konstantin. In Utopias: Russian Modernist Texts 1905-1940. Ed. Catriona Kelly. Harmondsworth: Penguin, c. 2000.

Vladimir Voinovich
Works
Voinovich, Vladimir. The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin. 1969. Trans. Richard Lourie. New York: Farrar, 1977.

_____. Vida e insólitas aventuras del soldado Iván Chonkin. Foreword by Horacio Vázquez-Rial. Libros del Asteroide.



Andrei Vozenesensky
Works
Vozenesensky, Andrei. Selected Poems of Andrei Vozenesensky. Trans. Anselm Hollo. New York: Grove Press, 1964.

Monika Zgustova
Works
Zgustova, Monika. la mujer silenciosa. Novel. Acantilado.
Vasily Zhukovsky
Works
Zhukovsky, Vasily. "Two Stories and One More." 1831.


Anonymous Russian Works

The Song of Igor's Campaign
Slovo o polku Igoreve (The Song of Igor's Campaign).

The Song of Igor's Campaign. Anonymous. Trans. Vladimir Nabokov. New York: Vintage, 1960.

The Song of Igor's Campaign . Trans. Vladimir Nabokov. New York : McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1975.

El canto del Príncipe Igor. (Tras 3 Letras, 12). Oviedo: Krk Ediciones, c. 2009.*


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