Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Abrék, its definition, 105
Aksákov, S. T., biographical sketch and extract, 216seq.; and see19, 236
Alexander I., and his period, 5; his liberalism, 12, 16; and see 240
Alexander II. and his period, 4, 5
Alexis Mikháylovich, 40, 239
American Constitution and Alexander I., 12
American War and Karamzín, 32
Analysis, in literature, 20; in Dostoévski, 21
Ánna Karénin, 5, 391seq.; and see L. N. Tolstby
Arína Rodiónovna, Púshkin's nurse, 122, 493
Art for art's sake, in literature, 16, 20; criticised by Pisarev, 386seq.
Baratýnski, E. A., Púshkin's influence on, 17; biographical sketch and extracts, 149seq.
Bátyushkov, K. N., estimate of, 13seq.; biographical sketch and extracts, 73seq.; and see 16, 81
Beecher-Stowe, Russian, 297
Belles-lettres, peculiar course of, in Russia, 6seq.
Bestúzhev, A. A., biographical sketch and extract, 102seq.; and see4
Boborýkin, 5
Borís Godunóv, by Púshkin, 143 seq.; and see16
Bowring, Sir John, not the first translator from the Russian, v
Boyán, 70
Bronze Rider, The, Peter the Great so called 123, 493
Byelínski, V. G., and the Natural School, 4, 19; and Koltsóv, 176; biographical sketch and extract, 205seq.; and see5, 6, 9, 186, 389, 492
Bylínas, by A. K. Tolstóy, 246
Byron, his influence, on Russian literature, 8, 10, 16, 17; on Púshkin, 16; on Kozlóv, 68; on Lérmontov, 155
Byzantine period, 18
Catherine II., 12, 239
Censorship, and literature, 6; after 1848, 20; and see303
Chékhov, A. P., biographical sketch and extract, 459seq.; and see5
Chernyshévski, 5, 389
Church-Slavic, and Shishkóv, 12; and Karamzín, 28
Cloak, The, prototype of later novels, 19
Comedy, Griboyédov's, 17; and see Griboyédov Gógol
Cosmopolitanism of the newer Russian literature, 23
Crime and Punishment, 5; and see Dostoévski
Crimean War and literature, 5
Criminals, portrayed in literature, 21; and see Dostoévski
Critics evolution of, 5; and see Byelínski, Dobrolyúbov, Merezhkóvski, Písarev
Culture in nineteenth century, 7
Danilévski, 22
Dead Souls, 4, 18; and see Gógol
Death, early, of literary men, 6

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  • Title Page iie
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • A Sketch of Russian Literature in The Nineteenth Century 1
  • The Nineteenth Century 25
  • Index 495
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