Contemporary Russian Literature

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Wildside Press LLC, Dec 1, 2010 - Literary Criticism - 388 pages
Dmitry Petrovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky (1890-1939) was a Russian political and literary historian who promoted the knowledge and translations of literature between Britain and the Soviet Union. These works range from 1881 to 1925.
 

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Contents

Chapter I
3
Tolstoy after 1880
6
Leskov
29
Sluchevsky
39
Mikhaylovsky
42
The Conservatives
45
Constantine Leontiev
48
Chapter II
56
Other Religious Philosophers
175
The Landmarks and After
179
Chapter V
181
Balmont
184
Bryusov
186
Zinaida Hippius
191
Sologub
196
Annensky
202

Garshin
57
Minor Novelists
61
The Emigres
63
Korolenko
64
The Literary Lawyers
68
Poets
69
Vladimir Soloviev
72
Chekhov
79
The First Revolution 1905
97
Chapter III
104
Gorky
106
The Znanie School of Fiction
120
Kuprin
122
Bunin
124
Andreev
130
Artsybashev
139
SergeyevTsensky
141
Minor Novelists
144
Outside the Literary Groups
147
Feuilletonists and Humorists
148
Chapter IV
151
Benois
153
Merezhkovsky
156
Rozanov
163
Shestov
172
Vyacheslav Ivanov
205
Voloshin
209
Blok
210
Bely
225
Minor Symbolists
235
Kuzmin
238
Khodasevich
239
The Second Revolution 1917
241
Poetry after 1910
253
Anna Akhmatova
256
Mandelstam
259
The Vulgarizers
260
Marina Tsvetaeva
261
Esenin
263
The Rise of Futurism
266
Mayakovsky
270
Other Lef Poets
273
Pasternak
275
The Proletarian Poets
277
The Younger Poets of Petersburg and of Moscow
278
The New Prose 1 Remizov
281
A N Tolstoy
291
Paralipomena
316
Bibliography
323
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