Routledge Library Editions: Russian and Soviet Literature
This set of 16 previously out-of-print titles brings together some classic scholarship on Russian writers from the Imperial and Soviet periods. Michael Scammell’s key biography of Solzhenitsyn and Professor Ronald Hingley’s groundbreaking works contextualising the lives of Russian writers are among the gems in an outstanding reference resource on the lives and works of writers working under authoritarian rule.
Table of Contents
1. 25 Years of Soviet Russian Literature (1918-1943) Gleb Struve 2. Chekhov: A Biographical and Critical Study Ronald Hingley 3. Dictionary of Russian Literature William E. Harkins 4. Dostoyevsky: His Life and Work Ronald Hingley 5. From Gorky to Pasternak: Six Writers in Soviet Russia Helen Muchnic 6. A History of Russian Literature: comprising A History of Russian Literature and Contemporary Russian Literature D.S. Mirsky. Edited by Francis J. Whitfield 7. Nightingale Fever: Russian Poets in Revolution Ronald Hingley 8. Pasternak: A Biography Ronald Hingley 9. The Real Chekhov: An Introduction to Chekhov's Last Plays David Magarshack 10. Reconstructing the Canon: Russian Writing in the 1980s Edited by Arnold McMillin 11. The Russian Horizon: An Anthology Edited by N. Gangulee 12. Russian Literature from Pushkin to the Present Day Richard Hare 13. Russian Writers and Society in the Nineteenth Century Ronald Hingley 14. Russian Writers and Soviet Society 1917-78 Ronald Hingley 15. Solzhenitsyn: A Biography Michael Scammell 16. Soviet Prose: A Reader Ronald Hingley