Reference Guide to Russian Literature

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST
OF WRITERS
fl. IIth century Ilarion of Kiev 1803-1863 Koz'ma Prutkov
1053-1125 Vladimir Monomakh 1803-1873 Fedor Tiutchev
c. 1056-after 1113 Nestor 1804-1860 Aleksei Khomiakov
c. 1130-1182 Kirill of Turov 1804-1869 Vladimir Odoevskii
c.1360-1419(?) Epifanii Premudryi 1804-1855 Mariia Zhukova
I400s-before 1472 Afanasii Nikitin 1805-1827 Dmitrii Venevitinov
c.1470-1555 Maxim the Greek 1807-1893 Karolina Pavlova
1530-1584 Ivan IV 1809-1852 Nikolai Gogol'
1620-1682 Avvakum 1809-1842 Aleksei Kol'tsov
I628/29-1680 Simeon Polotskii 1811-1848 Vissarion Belinskii
1703-1769 Vasilii Trediakovskii 1812-1891 Ivan Goncharov
1708-1744 Antiokh Kantemir 1812-1870 Aleksandr Herzen
1711-1765 Mikhail Lomonosov 1812-1858 Evdokia Rostopchina
1717-1777 Aleksandr Sumarokov 1813-1877 Nikolai Ogarev
1734-1792 Mikhail Chulkov 1813-1882 Vladimir Sollogub
1735-1770 Fedor Emin 1814-1842 Elena Gan
1740-1791 Iakov Kniazhnin 1814-1841 Mikhail Lermontov
1743-1810 Ekaterina Dashkova 1815-1892 Evgeniia Tur
1743-1816 Gavrila Derzhavin 1817-1875 A.K. Tolstoi
1745-1792 Denis Fonvizin 1818-1883 Ivan Turgenev
1749-1802 Aleksandr Radishchev 1819-1893 Avdot'ia Panaeva
1758-1823 Vasilii Kapnist 1820-1892 Afanasii Fet
1766-1826 Nikolai Karamzin 1821-1881 Fedor Dostoevskii
1769-1844 Ivan Krylov 1821-1878 Nikolai Nekrasov
1769-1816 Vladislav Ozerov 1821-1881 Aleksei Pisemskii
1774-1829 Anna Bunina 1822-1900 Dmitrii Grigorovich
1777-1846 Aleksandr Shakhovskoi 1823-1886 Aleksandr Ostrovskii
1780-1825 Vasilii Narezhnyi 1823-1884 Nadezhda Sokhanskaia
1783-1866 Nadezhda Durova 1824-1864 Aleksandr Druzhinin
1783-1852 Vasilii Zhukovskii 1824-1889 Nadezhda Khvoshchinskaia
1787-1855 Konstantin Batiushkov 1826-1889 Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin
1787-1836 Antonii Pogorel'skii 1828-1889 Nikolai Chernyshevskii
1789-1852 Mikhail Zagoskin 1828-1910 Lev Tolstoi
1791-1859 Sergei Aksakov 1829-1865 Mikhail Mikhailov
1792-1878 Petr Viazemskii 1831-1895 Nikolai Leskov
1795-1829 Aleksandr Griboedov 1835-1863 Nikolai Pomialovskii
1795-1826 Kondratii Ryleev 1843-1902 Gleb Uspenskii
1796-1846 Nikolai Polevoi 1853-1921 Vladimir Korolenko
1797-1846 Vil'gel'm Kiukhel'beker 1853-1900 Vladimir Solov'ev
1797-1837 Aleksandr Marlinskii 1855-1909 Innokentii Annenskii
1798-1831 Anton Del'vig 1855-1888 Vsevolod Garshin
1799-1837 Aleksandr Pushkin 1856-1937 Ekaterina Letkova
1800-1844 Evgenii Baratynskii 1860-1904 Anton Chekhov
1800-1870 Aleksandr Vel'tman 1861-1928 Anastasiia Verbitskaia
1802-1839 Aleksandr Odoevskii 1862-1887 Semen Nadson
1803-1847 Nikolai Iazykov 1863-1949 Aleksandr Serafimovich

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Table of contents

  • Reference Guide to Russian Literature *
  • Contents *
  • Editor's Note vii
  • Advisers xi
  • Contributors xi
  • Alphabetical List of Writers and Works xiii
  • Alphabetical List of Works xix
  • Chronological List of Writers xxiii
  • General Reading List xxvii
  • Chronology xxxv
  • Glossary xxxix
  • Introductory Essays *
  • Old Russian Literature 3
  • Pre-Revolutionary Russian Theatre 9
  • Russian Literature in the I8th Century 13
  • Aleksandr Pushkin: from Byron to Shakespeare 18
  • The Classic Russian Novel 25
  • The Superfluous Man in Russian Literature 29
  • Women's Writing in Russia 35
  • Russian Literary Theory: from the Formalists to Lotman 40
  • Post-Revolutionary Russian Theatre 45
  • Experiment and Emigration: Russian Literature, 1917-1953 49
  • Socialist Realism in Soviet Literature 55
  • Thaws, Freezes, and Wakes: Russian Literature, 1953-1991 59
  • Russian Literature in the Post-Soviet Period 64
  • Writers and Works *
  • A 73
  • B 127
  • C 213
  • D 237
  • E 271
  • F 297
  • G 311
  • H 379
  • I 389
  • K 413
  • L 485
  • M 521
  • N 559
  • O 585
  • P 611
  • R 685
  • S 707
  • T 789
  • U 859
  • V 861
  • Y 897
  • Z 899
  • Title Index 933
  • Notes on Advisers and Contributors 963
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