Voices of Russian Literature: Interviews with Ten Contemporary Writers

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INDEX
Abkhazia 1, 6, 14–15
Abramov, Fyodor (1920–83) xxi
absurdists, see Oberiuty
Akhmadulina, Bella (b. 1937) xvii, xxi, xxiii, 2, 138
Akhmatova, Anna (1889–1996) xxiv
Aksyonov, Vasily (b. 1932) xvii, xxi, xxiv, 2, 126, 129
and Metropol′ xxiii, 15, 138
Aldanov, Mark (1866–1957) xxiv
Alekseyev, Mikhail (1918–97) 59
Aleshkovsky, Pyotr (b. 1958) xxviii
Aleshkovsky, Yuz (b. 1929) xxiii
‘alternative’ culture xxii, 169, 172
anti-semitism xvi, xxi
Aprel xxvi
Arzhak, Nikolai, see Daniel, Yuly
Astafev, Viktor (b. 1924) xxi, xxviii
Babel, Isaak (1894–1940) 18, 204
BBC Russian Service xxiii, 193
Belov, Vasily (b. 1932) xxi
Bely, Andrei (1880–1934) 205
Berdyayev, Nikolai (1874–1948) xxiv
Berg, Mikhail (b. 1932) 125
Bitov, Andrei (b. 1937) 72–94, 169, 170, 184
WORKS: The Big Balloon (Bol′shoi shar) 73, 74; ‘Birds: New Information about Man’ (‘Ptitsy: ili novyye svedeniya o cheloveke’) 77, 92; ‘The Idler’ (‘Bezdel’nik’) 74; ‘Life in Windy Weather’ (‘Zhizn’ v vetrenuyu pogodu’) 75; Lessons of Armenia (Uroki Armenii) 75, 77; ‘Man in a Landscape’ (‘Chelovek v peizazhe’) 78, 87; The Monkey Link (Oglashennyye: Romanstranstviye) 74, 77–9, 86, 88–90, 92; ‘One Country’ (‘Odna strana’) 72, 80; Pushkin House (Pushkinsky dom) 73, 75–7, 82–4, 87, 91; Seven Journeys (Sem′ puteshestvii) 75, 84–5; Such a Long Childhood (Takoye dolgoye detstvo) 72; Vanishing Monakhov (Uletayushchy Monakhov) 73, 76, 87
Bondarev, Yury (b. 1924) xxvi
Booker Prize, Russian xxvii, xxviii, 24, 153, 178
Brezhnev era:
appeals and protests during 10
end of 122, 132
growing up during 182–3, 191
and literature xix–xxiii
nostalgia for 20–1, 142, 183
‘stagnation’ during 65–6, 88, 124–5, 132–3, 135–6, 206
Brodsky, losif (1940–96) xx, 70, 80, 81, 82, 127
Bulgakov, Mikhail (1891–1940) 19, 184
Bunin, Ivan (1870–1953) 100
Camus, Albert (1913–60) xvi, 58
Castaneda, Carlos (b. 1925) 185
Celan, Paul (1920–70) 194, 200
censorship:
‘benefits’ of 13
end of xxvi, xxvii
of Fazil Iskander’s work 4, 7, 15–17
self-censorship 138
Solzhenitsyn’s appeal concerning xx
of Tatyana Tolstaya’s work 106
of Yevgeny Popov’s work 128–9 see also Soviet press
Chapayev 182
Chekhov, Anton (1860–1904) 46, 64, 116
Chernovtsy 193, 194, 196, 199–200
Chichkov, Vasily 32
Church, Russian Orthodox 63, 91, 111
Civil War 18, 56, 100
‘Club 81’ xxiii, 127
communism 21, 124, 150, 183
Communist Party:
and Fazil Iskander 11–12
and literature xv n., xix, 139, 162
and ‘the people’ 136, 137
in post-Soviet times 127–8, 139
Youth League of (Komsomol) 124, 183
conceptualists xxiii, 126 n., 143, 149, 153
Daniel, Yuly (1925–88) xix, 4, 202
Den′ xxvi, 70–1
dissidents 10, 65, 140, 203–4, 206
Dobrodeyev, Dmitry (b. 1950) xxviii
Dombrovsky, Yury (1909–78) xxiv
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor (1821–81) 86, 141, 148, 157, 205
The Devils 69, 76
Dudintsev, Vladimir (1918–98) xv, xvi, xxiv, xxv, 57
Ehrenburg, Ilya (1891–1967) xv, xvi
Ekho xxiii
émigré literature and publishing xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxviii, 138, 193–212
eroticism in Russian literature 40, 114–15
Fadeyev, Aleksandr (1901–56) xviii
Faulkner, William (1897–62) xvi, 58, 194, 205

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