Russian literature and culture in the west, 1922-1972.



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SeriesTriquarterly -- No. 28 1973
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Russian Literature and Culture in the West: (TriQuaterly 27 & 28) [Simon and Alfred Appel edited by Karlinsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Originally published as Russian literature and culture in the West:volumes 27 (spring ) 1922-1972.

book 28 (fall ) of TriQuarterly.". TRIQUARTERLY Russian Literature and Culture in the West: -Volume Two. Fall "The volume breaks new ground in Anglo-American research on Russian literature of the eighteenth century. It is the first collection of essays to be issued in English which is specifically devoted to aspects of Russian literature during the culturally significant reign of Catherine the Great.

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