Multicultural Writers from Antiquity to 1945: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook

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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Works by Turgenev

Zapiski okhotnika (1852). Sketches from a Hunter's Album. Trans. Richard Freeborn. London: Penguin, 1990.
Dym (1867). Smoke. Trans. Constance Garnett. London: Heinemann, 1906.
“Veshnie vody” (1872). Spring Torrents. Trans. Leonard Schapiro. London: Eyre Methuen, 1972.
Literaturnye i zhiteiskie vospominaniia (1874). Literary Reminiscences and Autobiographical Fragments. Trans. David Magarshack. With an essay on Turgenev by Edmund Wilson. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1958.
Polnoe sobranie sochinenii i pisem v dvadtsati vos'mi tomakh. 28 vols. Moskva and Leningrad: Nauka, 1960-1968.
Sochineniia v dvenadtsati tomakh. 12 vols. 2nd ed. Moskva: Nauka, 1978-1986.
Flaubert and Turgenev: A Friendship in Letters: The Complete Correspondence. Ed. Barbara Beaumont. New York: Norton, 1985.

Selective Studies of Turgenev

Calmaev, Viktor. “Le immagini dell'Italia nel mondo artistico di I.S. Turgenev.” In Turgenev e l'Italia, 25-36. Ed. Alessandro Ivanov. Biblioteca del viaggio in Italia. Genève: Slatkine, Centre interuniversitario di ricerche sul “Viaggio in Italia, 1987.
Cazzola, Piero. “Personaggi e paesaggi italiani nell'opera di I.S. Turgenev.” In Turgenev e l'Italia, 49-61. Ed. Alessandro Ivanov. Biblioteca del viaggio in Italia. Genève: Slatkine, Centre interuniversitario di ricerche sul “Viaggio in Italia, 1987.
Freeborn, Richard. “Turgenev at Ventnor.” In Ivan Turgenev and Britain, 173-93. Ed. Patrick Waddington. Oxford and Providence, R.I.: Berg, 1995.
Grevs, I.M. Turgenev i Italiia: Kul'turno-istoricheskii etiud. Leningrad: Brokgauz-Efron, 1925.
Halperine-Kaminsky, E., ed. Tourguéneff and His French Circle. Trans. Ethel M. Arnold. London: T. Fischer Unwin, 1898.
Hock, E. Th. “Turgenev in Karlsruhe.” In I.S. Turgenev und Deutschland: Materialen und Untersuchungen, vol. 1, 270-87. Ed. Gerhard Ziegengeist. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1965.
I.S. Turgenev: Novye materialy i issledovaniia. Ed. V.P. Shcherbina. Literaturnoe nasledstvo. Tom 76. Moskva: Nauka, 1967.
Ivanov, Alessandro, ed. Turgenev e l'Italia. Biblioteca del viaggio in Italia. Genève: Slatkine, Centre interuniversitario di ricerche sul “Viaggio in Italia, 1987.
Kauchtschischwili, Nina. “Turgenev europeista.” In Turgenev e la sua opera, 105-28. Roma: Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, 1980.
Pumpianskii, L.V. “Turgenev i Zapad.” In I.S. Turgenev: Materialy i issledovaniia, 90-107. Ed. N.L. Brodskii. Orel: Izdatel'stvo Orlovskogo Oblastnogo Soveta deputatov trudiashchikhsia, 1940.
Risaliti, Renato. “Turgenev e l'Italia: Natura, storia, arte e amicizie italiane in I.S. Turgenev.” In Turgenev e l'Italia, 81-89. Ed. Alessandro Ivanov. Biblioteca del

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