A History of Women's Writing in Russia

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Index
The name and subject index covers the periodicals section of the list of abbreviations, the introduction, chapters 1–15, authors in the Bibliographical Guide to writers and their works and the Guide to further reading. Page references in bold type refer to the biobibliographies. All names of works mentioned in chapters 1–15 are included under the relevant author. Titles of works and first lines are entered in italics or within quotation marks (“”) as in the text. Endnotes are referred to by n and note number e.g. 23n8. Please see also note on transliteration, p. xiv.
Achair, Aleksei 157
Acmeism 159, 170
Adamovich, Georgii 120, 123–4
Akhmadulina, Bella (Izabella) Akhatovna 265, 267, 268, 270, 313; An Instant of Being309; “Chills” 273, 274; “I find enviable the age-old habit” 270
Akhmatova, Anna Andreevna 120, 125, 216, 220, 228, 233, 273, 282, 294, 313; By the Very Sea140; Chukovskaia (Lydia) on 280–1; gender, post-symbolist poetry and Stalin 208–9, 210, 214, 218, 219; Anno Domini MCMXXI211; Northern Elegies221; Poem Without a Hero221; Requiem216–17
Aksakov, S. T.: The Childhood Years of Bagrov's Grandson102; Family Chronicle304
Aksyonov, Vasily 279
Aliger, Margarita Iosifovna 215, 218–9, 314; “Zoia” 218
Amazons 23, 25, 36n8
Amurskii, Vitalii 309
Andersen, Larissa Nikolaevna 158, 314
Andreeva, Tat'iana or Tamara 314
Anisimova, Domna 62, 314
Annenkova, Varvara Nikolaevna 62, 66, 314
Annenskii, Innokentii 221
anthologies 364; of translations 365–6
Aonidy47, 49, 65
Apollon147, 148
Arbatova, Mariia 306, 314–15; I'm Called a Woman309
aristocratic women 40–3, 55, 75–6, 87, 108
Artsybashev, Mikhail: Sanin179, 191
asceticism 18, 30
autobiographies 5, 7–8; c. 1800 51; current nostalgia 309; official 245–61; prerevolutionary 100–16, 115n2, 116n6, 182; in Grekova 286–7; see also memoirs
Avvakum, Archpriest 30–1
awards see competition, literary
Babel, Isaac 121
Baikov, N. A. 157
Bakst, Leon 139
Bakunina, Ekaterina Vasil'evna 124, 315; Numbers124; Poems124
balls 75–6, 77, 79
Balmont, Konstantin 139, 140
Baranskaia, Natal'ia 226, 239, 283, 290, 291, 298, 301, 315; Day of Remembrance287; “The Kiss” 237; “A Week Like Any Other” 234, 287, 289
Barkova, Anna Aleksandrovna 218, 315; Woman213
Barney, Natalie 117, 118
Bashkevich, Nadezhada: “Masha's Lot” 183
Bashkirtseva, Mariia 180
Basinskii, Pavel 297
Bazhenova, Taisiia Anatol'evna 316

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