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

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
IN 1883, S. I. Ponomarev published a one hundred and fifty-two page bibliography to mark the centenary of Karamzin's first published work. It remains the fullest record of work on or by Karamzin published during that period. Nevertheless, Ponomarev, who was working in difficult conditions away from the principal libraries of Moscow and St. Petersburg, in his turn made errors and overlooked sources. Ponomarev's bibliography was subsequently amplified and extended in the bibliographical work of Vengerov ( 1910) and Vladislavlev ( 1924) records later items on Karamzin, including those connected with the 150th anniversary of Karamzin's birth in 1916. The principal Soviet bibliographical works with reference to Karamzin have all appeared in the last five years. The Svodnyi katalog russkoi knigi grazhdanskoi pechati XVIII veka ( 1963-67) lists all the works printed in the eighteenth century which Karamzin wrote, edited, or participated in. Major editions of Karamzin's work and the principal secondary material are recorded in K. D. Muratova's Istoriia russkoi literatury XIX veka ( 1962). However, this should be used in conjunction with the companion guide to the eighteenth century, Istoriia russkoi literatury XVIII veka ( 1968), under the editorship of P. N. Berkov. The fact that Karamzin's career spans two centuries has resulted in this way in an unsatisfactory bibliographical division.A definitive bibliography on Karamzin would require a separate volume; the present bibliography is selected: it includes works cited in this study and consulted in its preparation. It is nevertheless intended to provide a guide to the major writings on Karamzin in Russian and other languages, particularly in the twentieth century up to 1968. Recent descriptive and critical accounts of the state of Karamzin studies are to be found in my article, "Karamzin Studies: For the Bicentenary of the Birth of N. M. Karamzin ( 1766-1966)," J. G. Garrard's "Karamzin in Recent Soviet Criticism: A Review Article," J. L. Black's "The Soviets and the Anniversary of N. M. Karamzin," and in the introduction to Hans Rothe's study, which appeared when the present work was virtually complete.The bibliography is divided into the following sections:
A. Editions of Karamzin's work
B. English translations
C. Letters

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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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