N. M. Karamzin: a Study of His Literary Career, 1783-1803

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

THE BASIC RESEARCH for this book was begun in Cambridge in 1961, continued in the Soviet Union during a one-year post-graduate studentsbip to Moscow University and led in the first instance to a doctoral thesis, accepted at the University of Cambridge at the beginning of 1966.

Some of the findings of this initial and subsequent research have been published since 1964 in a number of scholarly journals; an article on Karamzin's versification which first appeared in the Slavic Review has been incorporated into chapter 6 of the present study and chapter 7 is substantially the same as an article which was published in the Forum for Modern Language Studies. I am indebted to the editors of both these journals for permission to reproduce these materials.

The writing of this book was completed at the Center for Advanced Study at the University of Illinois during the autumn and winter of 1968-69. I am profoundly grateful to the Steering Committee of the Center for the award of a post-doctoral fellowship and to my sponsor, Professor Ralph Fisher, Jr.

The early chapters of the book were read by Professor John Garrard of Dartmouth College, to whom I am indebted for his comments and criticism.

The task of preparing the typescript of my book was performed with immense patience and skill by Mrs. Susan Palmer. Finally, I wish to record my respect for Professor Iu. M. Lotman of Tartu University, with whom I have corresponded but never met, but whose writings on Karamzin and his period since 1957 have been a constant stimulus to me in my own work.

A. G. Cross

Norwich, England

July 1969

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • One The Formative Years 1766-1790 1
  • Two The Moscow Journal 1791-1792 35
  • Four Sentimental Fiction 1789-1803 96
  • Five From Aglaia To The Pantheon of Russian Authors 1793-1801 143
  • Six Karamzin's Verse And Aonides 1796-1799 172
  • Seven The Messenger of Europe 1802-1803 193
  • Eight Into the Temple of History 218
  • Checklist of Original and Translated Reviews in The - Moscow Journal 233
  • Notes 243
  • Selected Bibliography 275
  • Index 295
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