1 edition of RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY LITERATURE AT HOUGHTON LIBRARY......... found in the catalog.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY LITERATURE AT HOUGHTON LIBRARY.........
Written in English
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The reliably fascinating Atlas Obscura has a new piece exploring avant-garde Soviet children’s books from the era. Specifically, it looks at Baba-Yaga and From Moscow to Bukhara, two surprising works recently acquired by Christine Jacobson, assistant curator of modern books and manuscripts at Harvard’s Houghton depict classic Russian folklore and daily life. Houghton Library has acquired the archive of French writer, literary theorist, and philosopher Maurice Blanchot () from his daughter, Cidalia Blanchot. Christie McDonald, Smith Professor of French Language and Literature at Harvard University, said, “I am thrilled by Houghton’s acquisition of this important archive.
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Text in Russian. Filmed from the holdings of the Houghton Library, Harvard University. A printed guide has been published: Russian revolutionary literature collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University: a descriptive guide and key to the collection on microfilm / compiled by Kenneth E.
Carpenter. New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, The collection includes the entire Houghton Library Collection of Russian Revolutionary Literature, covering the period toand material from other sources. Most of the materials were published abroad or by underground presses inside Russia and includes more than 1, titles by both anonymous and well known Russian authors.
Accompanies microfilm with title: Russian revolutionary literature at Houghton Library of Harvard University. Description: viii, pages ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Russian revolutionary literature at Houghton Library of Harvard University.
Responsibility: Houghton Library, Harvard University ; compiled by Kenneth E. Carpenter. The book’s success was celebrated by the entry of a new word into the Russian lexicon: oblomovism, which became a term of abuse for the class that helped the autocracy survive for so long.
Introduction: Russian Revolutionary Literature. This catalogue is a guide to Harvard’s collection of Russian revolutionary literature printed before The collection is broad in coverage.
In time, it goes back to the report of a commission on the Decembrist uprising and to Alexander Herzen (), to whom the origins of Russian. A Byzantine monastic office, A.D.: Houghton Library, MS gr. 3 by Jeffrey C Anderson (); Late medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts,in the Houghton Library by Houghton Library (Book); Poetry manuscripts at Harvard by John Keats (Book).
Russian literature - Russian literature - Post-Revolutionary literature: The Bolshevik seizure of power in radically changed Russian literature. After a brief period of relative openness (compared to what followed) in the s, literature became a tool of state propaganda. Officially approved writing (the only kind that could be published) by and large sank to a subliterary level.
Russian revolutionary literature at Houghton Library of Harvard University. -- New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, c -- 47 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. Microfilm (D) GUIDE: Accompanied by guide entitled: Russian Revolutionary Literature Collection.
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This website explains the details of the renovation project and provides important information about the services we are offering researchers, faculty, visitors, and. The Routledge Companion to Russian Literatureis an engaging and accessible guide to Russian writing of the past thousand years.
The volume covers the entire span of Russian literature, from the Middle Ages to the post-Soviet period, and explores all the forms that have made it so famous: poetry, drama and, of course, the Russian novel. Hope, Tragedy, Myths—British Library throws the book at the Russian Revolution The British Library’s new Russian Revolution exhibition has some fantastic artefacts but a poor conclusion.
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2, likes 25 talking about this were here. Home to Harvard’s rare books and manuscripts, literary and performing arts archives, and more: a. Aleksinskii () was an author, a pre-revolutionary Russian Social Democrat, an Otzovist after the revolution, and a one-time member of the 2nd Duma of from Petrograd.
During the revolution, he joined Plekhanov's Yedinstvo Group, and after July, was a counter-revolutionary. It provides a compendious treatment of Russian literature from the revolutionary period to the early s. Every stage in the evolution of Russian literature sinceevery major author, all the important literary organizations, groups, and movements, are sharply outlined, with a wealth of often unfamiliar detail and a notable economy of means.
Houghton Library holds many of the Slavic rare books, manuscripts and archival collections at Harvard. Early Slavic publications include: Psaltir s Posledovanium (Prědislovie i skaz kako sʹstavlęn bystʹ Psaltirʹ, Cetinje, ) – only copy recorded outside Eastern Europe and Russia and the earliest Old Church Slavonic printed book at.
See also E. Savage, The Story of Libraries and Book-Collecting (, repr. ); T. Eaton, ed., Contributions to American Library History (); R. Irwin, Origins of the English Library (, repr. ); K. Schottenloher, Books and the Western World (); M. Harris, History of Libraries in the Western World (4th ed.
); L. The Houghton Library is the primary repository for Harvard’s rare books and manuscripts. Collections focus on the study of Western civilization, particularly European and American history and literature. It includes special collections in printing, graphic arts, and theatre (non-circulating).
But the books that the Houghton Library uncovered reveal other cul-de-sacs in the story of Soviet children’s books. Chelpanova married a French philosopher and became Nathalie Parain.Resource Library Search or filter Houghton's resource library Select Applications Cleaning Equipment Solutions Forging Heat Treatment Metal and Surface Finishing Metal Forming Metal Protection Metal Removal Non-Ferrous Specialty Hydraulic Fluids and Lubricants Steel Mill.The documents from the John Reed Papers,Leon Trotsky Soviet papers,Russian revolutionary literature and other special collections are on display at Amy Lowell Room of Houghton Library until Decem Highlights include handwritten notes by Lenin, Trotsky, photographs and manuscripts of journalist John Reed.