History of nineteenth-century Russian literature
The nineteenth century was of particular importance to Russian literature. This significant era in Russian letters is now the subject of an incisive critical history by one of the foremost scholars of Slavic literatures in the West.
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Russian Literature in
The Karamzin School
Classicism in the Romantic Period
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Aksakov Aleksandr Aleksej Anna Karenina appeared Arzamas ballads Baratynskij Bestuzev Boris Boris Godunov Byron century chapter characters classicist contemporaries critics death Decembrists Del'vig Dmitriev Dmitrij Dostoevskij dreams E. T. A. Hoffmann early edition Evgenij friends German Gogol Gogolia Goncarov hero Herzen important intellectual istorii Ivan Ivanovic Jazykov Karamzin Katenin Kiichelbecker landowners language later Leningrad Lermontov Leskov literary lyric metaphors Mixail Moscow Moscow University Moscow-Leningrad motifs narrative Natural School Nekrasov Nikolaj novel novellas Oblomov official Old Believers Onegin Ostrovskij parody peasant period Petersburg philosophical plays poems poet poetic poetry political popular portrays prose published Puskin radical reader realistic romantic romanticism romanticists Russian literature Russian romanticism Russkaia russkogo russkoi literatury Ryleev Saltykov satirical scenes Sevyrev sketches Slavic Slavophiles songs soul Sportsman's Sketches story style stylistic themes thought Tjutcev Tolstoj tradition translation Tsar Turgenev typical Ukrainian verse Vjazemskij Western words writers wrote young Zukovskij