A Guide to Russian Literature (1820-1917)

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INDEX
ADRIANOV, on Ropshin Pale Horse, 278-279.
AKSAKOV, IV. S., on S. T. Aksakov, 50.
AKSAKOV, S. T., as nobleman, 3; describing patriarchal Russia, 9; character and works, 49-51.
Almanacs, in twentieth century,218-219.
ANDREYEV, vii; controversy over, viii; creative personality and works, 230-239.
ANDREYEVITCH, see Solovyov, Evgeny.
ANITCHKOV, on Mamin-Sibiryak's Ural Stories, 138; on Balmont, 175.
ARABAZHIN, on Lermontov's Demon, 30; on Andreyev, 233, 234; on Andreyev Life of Man, 237.
Army, in Kuprin Duel, 248249.
ARSENYEV, on Vladimir Solovyov's poems, 112; on Kuprin, 246-247.
ARTZYBASHEV, creative personality and work, 265-269.
ASHESHOV, on Gusev-Orenburgsky's Land of the Fathers, 300-301.
BALMONT, vi; on poetry, 162; on the language, 167-168; creative personality and works, 171176.
BATYUSHKOV, on Alexey Tolstoi's poems, 94; on Alexey Tolstoi's Trilogy, 95; on Dostoyevsky Crime and Punishment, 106; on Dostoyevsky's Idiot, 108; on Dostoyevsky's Brothers Karamazov, 108-109; on Bunin's poems, 254-255.
BERDYAYEV, on Vladimir Solovyov, 111.
BLOCK, creative personality and works, 195-196.
BOBORYKIN, character and works, 140-142.
BOGDANOVITCH, on Lyeskov, 122; on Lyeskov At Knives' Points124; on Kuprin's stories, 247-248.
Bourgeoisie, see Middle-Class.
BRODSKY, on Koltzov, 34; on Chernyshevsky What Is To Be Done? 60.
BRYUSOV, vi; on Tyutchev lyrical poems, 92; on the identity of the real and the imaginary world, 164; picturing the industrial city, 166; creative personality and works, 177-179.
BUGAYEV, see Byely.
BUNIN, vii; creative personality and works, 251-256.
Bureaucracy, ridiculed in Griboyedov's Misfortune of Reason, 22-23; in Gogol Controller General, 45-46.
BURENIN, on Turgenev Diary of a Sportsman, 78.
BYELINSKY, as leader, 11-12; on Poltava, 19; on Griboyedov, 24; on Lermontov, 29; on Lermontov's Lyrical Poems, 2930; creative personality and works, 35-40; on juvenile literature, 311.
BYELY, on Merezhkovsky, 181182; on Sologub, 187; creative personality and works, 199-206.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • The Growth of a National Literature 1
  • II - The "Modernists" 155
  • III - The Recent Tide 207
  • Index 317
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