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LITERATURE IN CONTEXT

OLD WORLD, NEW WORLD

HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERARY STUDIES

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ACADEMIC LIFE. NEWS. EVENTS. BOOK REVIEWS

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Aaron, Dan

In Memoriam Dan Aaron

Acevedo Díaz, Eduardo

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

African American literature

Irina Morozova. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. 2017. Issue 2.

Kate Baldwin. Revolution and Langston Hughes’s Central Asian Writings. 2017. Issue 3.

Elena Ostrovskaya. Langston Hughes’s Correspondence with “International Literature” . 2017. Issue 3.

Dale E. Peterson. Richard Wright, 1938–1945: from Gorky to Dostoevsky. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Phillis Wheatley in American Literary History and African American Literary Criticism. 2018. Issue 4.

American literary studies

Natalia Vysotska. American Literary Studies in Ukraine: State-ofthe-Art. 2017. Issue 2.

Yuri Stulov. American Studies in Belarus. 2017. Issue 2.

Victoria Zhuravleva, Irina Morozova. V Zverev International Conference at RSUH: Revolutionary Discourse in the USA. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Ralph Ellison at Oxford. 2018. Issue 4.

Tatiana Komarovskaya. American Centre at Maxim Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University. 2018. Issue 4.

Anikst, Aleksandr A.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Anisimov, Ivan I.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Apletin, Mikhail Ya.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Victoria Popova. Reflections on Foot of the Kremlin on the Russian Revolution: César Vallejo and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Arguedas, Álcides

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Barbusse, Henri

Victoria Popova. Henri Barbusse’s Trip to Latin America: Unrealized Project. 2016. Issue 1.

Baudrillard, Jean
Douglas RobinsonIf I Only Had a Brain: The Capgras Delusion, Simulacra, and Fiction in the Echo Maker and Jackass 3D. 2016. № 1

Berman, Sabina 

Efthimia Pandis Pavlakis. Violence and Difference in Sabina Berman’s Narrative: “The Woman Who Dived Into The Heart Of The World”. 2018. Issue 4.

Bierce, Ambrose
Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

Brodsky, Nikolay L.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Buck, Pearl

Stephen Rachman. Pearl S. Buck in Literary History. 2017. Issue 2.

Olga Panova. Pearl S. Buck and the USSR. 2017. Issue 2.

Capote, Truman
Denis Zakharov. A History of Creation and Publication of Truman Capote’s Short Story “Mill Store” . 2018. Issue 4.
Carmon, Walt

Olga Panova. Pearl S. Buck and the USSR. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Ostrovskaya. Langston Hughes’s Correspondence with “International Literature” . 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Carpentier, Alejo

Elena Ogneva. The Age of Revolutions through the Prism of Art. On the History of Creation of the Novel “The Rite of Spring” by Alejo Carpentier. 2017. Issue 3.

Casper, Kevin

Douglas Robinson. If I Only Had a Brain: The Capgras Delusion, Simulacra, and Fiction in the Echo Maker and Jackass 3D. 2016. № 1

Chase, Mary

Irina Golovacheva. What Is Harvey, The Rabbit? Pretexts and Contexts of the Comedy by Mary Chase. 2016. Issue 1.

Contemporary American prose

Ivan Delazari. The Ontology of an Anthology: Contemporary American Prose according to W.W. Norton & Co. 2016. Issue 1.

Cournos, John

Olga Ushakova. The Russian Revolution and Communism in “The Criterion”. 2017. Issue 3.

Criterion

Olga Ushakova. The Russian Revolution and Communism in “The Criterion”. 2017. Issue 3.

Cummings, E.E.

Mikhail Oshukov. E.E. Cummings: Grammar and Geometry of Revolution. 2017. Issue 3.

Darío, Rubén

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Anastasia Gladoshchuk. Demon of Analogy: Octavio Paz, Rubén Darío and Spanish-American Modernism between America and France. 2017. Issue 2.

Octavio Paz. The Siren and the Seashell. Part II. Transl. A. Gladoshchuk. 2017. Issue 2.

Rubén Darío. Foreign Writers in Paris. Transl. T. Balashova. 2017. Issue 2.

Dinamov, Sergei S.

Elena Ostrovskaya. Langston Hughes’s Correspondence with “International Literature” . 2017. Issue 3.

Victoria Popova. Waldo Frank and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Dostoevsky, Fedor M.

Dale E. Peterson. Richard Wright, 1938–1945: from Gorky to Dostoevsky. 2017. Issue 3.

Elvira Osipova. Salinger, Dostoyevsky, and the Orthodox Tradition. 2018. Issue 4.

Dunaevskaya, Raya

Alexander Shubin. Raya Dunaevskaya’s Legacy: Lenin, Dialectic, Revolution, and Humanism. 2017. Issue 3.

Duncan, Isadora

Elena Yushkova. “One of the Great Modern Saints”: Vachel Lindsay on Isadora Duncan’s Book “My Life”. 2017. Issue 2.

Natalia Shubnikova-Guseva. “My Sight Broke...”: Esenin about America. 2017. Issue 3.

Maxim Skorokhodov. Sergei Esenin in the Mirror of American Periodicals, 1922–1925. 2017. Issue 3.

Eliot, Thomas Stearns

Olga Ushakova. A Dandy, Bully, and Mystic: The School of Poetic Play in T.S. Eliot’s Inventions of March Hare. 2016. Issue 1.

Olga Ushakova. The Russian Revolution and Communism in “The Criterion”. 2017. Issue 3.

Elistratova Anna A.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Esenin, Sergei A.

Natalia Shubnikova-Guseva. “My Sight Broke...”: Esenin about America. 2017. Issue 3.

Maxim Skorokhodov. Sergei Esenin in the Mirror of American Periodicals, 1922–1925. 2017. Issue 3.

Lioudmila Fedorova.“This Street is Also Ours”: Familiar and Alien in Russian Authors’ American Travelogues. 2017. Issue 3.

European Association of American Studies (EAAS)

Olga Antsyferova. Quo vadunt studia Americana: Looking for New Ways – or Looking Backward? 2016. Issue 1.

Natalia Vyssotska. European Association for American Studies Conference-2016. 2016. № 1.

Faulkner, William

Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

Frank, Waldo

Victoria Popova. Waldo Frank and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Galperina, Evgeniya L.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

García Romero, Manuel Vicente

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Gass, William

Ivan Delazari. A Medium of Fiction: William H. Gass. 2018. Issue 4.

Glazova, Perla N.

Olga Svetlakova. Rulfo in Russian: Revisiting P. Glazova's Translations after Half a Century. 2017. Issue 3.

Golder, Frank A.

Bertrand M. Patenaude. Frank A. Golder: Collector Extraordinaire and Cultural Liaison in Revolutionary Russia. 2017. Issue 3.

Gorky, Alexei M.

Dale E. Peterson. Richard Wright, 1938–1945: from Gorky to Dostoevsky. 2017. Issue 3.

Harlem Renaissance

Irina Morozova. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. 2017. Issue 2.

Hindus, Maurice 

Irina Kabanova. Maurice Hindus and American Reporting from the Soviet Russia in the 1920–30s. 2017. Issue 3.

History of American Literature (1947)

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Hughes, Langston

Irina Morozova. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. 2017. Issue 2.

Kate Baldwin. Revolution and Langston Hughes’s Central Asian Writings. 2017. Issue 3.

Elena Ostrovskaya. Langston Hughes’s Correspondence with “International Literature” . 2017. Issue 3.

Hurston, Zora

Irina Morozova. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. 2017. Issue 2.

Ickstadt, Heinz

Tatiana Venediktova. Professionalism at Its Best. 2018. Issue 4.

Ilf, Ilya A., Petrov, Evgeny P.

Lioudmila Fedorova.“This Street is Also Ours”: Familiar and Alien in Russian Authors’ American Travelogues. 2017. Issue 3.

International Literature

Elena Ostrovskaya. Langston Hughes’s Correspondence with “International Literature” . 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Victoria Popova. Waldo Frank and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Victoria Popova. Reflections on Foot of the Kremlin on the Russian Revolution: César Vallejo and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Jaimes, Freyre Ricardo

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

James, Henry

Olga Antsyferova. Henry James: Creating of Biography. 2016. Issue 1.

Keyes, Daniel

Irina Golovacheva, Anastasia Solovyeva. Why are Entities Multiplied? Multiple Personality Disorder in American Popular Fiction. 2018. Issue 4.

Koreneva, Maya M.

Maya Koreneva (1936–2016).

Koster, Henry

Irina Golovacheva. What Is Harvey, The Rabbit? Pretexts and Contexts of the Comedy by Mary Chase. 2016. Issue 1.

Kushner, Tony

Elena Dotsenko. “Lincoln” by T. Kushner and S. Spielberg: the Epic Scope of the “Pre-election” Movie. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Dotsenko.“In the Name of Socialism”: Russian Theme in the Plays by Tony Kushner. 2017. Issue 3.

Lee, Steven
Elena Galtsova. “Ethnic Avant-Garde” as a Contemporary Cross-Cultural Utopia. Steven Lee and the World Revolution. 2017. Issue 3.
Life of Outstanding People, series

Elena Apenko. A New Biography of Edgar Poe. [Tanaseichuk, Andrey. Edgar Poe. A Grim Genius. Moscow, 2016]. 2017. Issue 2.

Lindsay, Vachel

Elena Yushkova. “One of the Great Modern Saints”: Vachel Lindsay on Isadora Duncan’s Book “My Life”. 2017. Issue 2.

London, Jack

Alina Zakharova. Jack London and the Demon Alcohol: “John Barleycorn” (1913) and American Temperance Literature. 2018. Issue 4.

Andrei Tanaseichuk. On the Margins of Jack London Biography. 2018. Issue 4.

Alina Zakharova. Jack London Unveiled. 2018. Issue 4.

Luppol Ivan K.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Markham, Edwin

Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

Mayakovsky, Vladimir V.

Natalia Shubnikova-Guseva. “My Sight Broke...”: Esenin about America. 2017. Issue 3.

Vera Terekhina. Mayakovsky in Latin America, 1930–1940. 2017. Issue 3.

Lioudmila Fedorova.“This Street is Also Ours”: Familiar and Alien in Russian Authors’ American Travelogues. 2017. Issue 3.

McCarthy Cormac

Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

Mendelson, Moris O. 

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Mickenberg, Julia 

Olga Panova. The Womanly Face of Revolution: Julia Mickenberg on American Girls in Soviet Russia. 2017. Issue 3.

Miller, Henry

Andrey Astvatsaturov. The First Russian Biography of Henry Miller. 2018. Issue 4.

Andrey Astvatsaturov, Olga Voytsekhovskaya. Russian Rhizome of American Modernism: Concerning the Problem of Henry Miller’s Anarchism. 2018. Issue 4.

Motylyova, Tamara L.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Naess, Arne

Douglas Robinson. If I Only Had a Brain: The Capgras Delusion, Simulacra, and Fiction in the Echo Maker and Jackass 3D. 2016. № 1

Norton Anthology of American Literature

Ivan Delazari. The Ontology of an Anthology: Contemporary American Prose according to W.W. Norton & Co. 2016. Issue 1.

 O’Neill, Eugene

Аmina Zhamanova. Eugene O’Neill’s “The Iceman Cometh” on Broadway: Triumphal Revival of a Drama-Parable. 2018. Issue 4.

Paz, Octavio

Anastasia Gladoshchuk. Demon of Analogy: Octavio Paz, Rubén Darío and Spanish-American Modernism between America and France. 2017. Issue 2.

Octavio Paz. The Siren and the Seashell. Part II. Transl. A. Gladoshchuk. 2017. Issue 2.

Anastasia Gladoshchuk. “Mexican Masks”: An Introduction to Octavio Paz’s “The Labyrinth of Solitude” . 2018. Issue 4.

Pilniak, Boris A.

Lioudmila Fedorova.“This Street is Also Ours”: Familiar and Alien in Russian Authors’ American Travelogues. 2017. Issue 3.

Plath, Sylvia

Alexandra Zinovieva. Changing the Poetical Landscape: with Russian Wallace Stevens and Sylvia Plath. 2018. Issue 4.

Poe, Edgar 

Tatiana Venediktova. In the Seraphyms’ Footfalls: between Poetry and Analytical Prose (reading “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe). 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Apenko. The Reader’s Figure in Edgar Allan Poe’s Theory of Artistic Creativity. 2017. Issue 2.

Elvira Osipova. On Poe’s Translations in Russia. 2017. Issue 2.

Sergei Khangulian. The Enological Keys to Edgar Allan Poe’s Onomastics: the Study of the Drama “Politian”. 2017. Issue 2.

Vladimir Cherednichenko. Edgar Poe’s Legacy as a System: The Making of a Scholarly Collection Series Dedicated to Edgar Poe. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Apenko. A New Biography of Edgar Poe. [Tanaseichuk, Andrey. Edgar Poe. A Grim Genius. Moscow, 2016]. 2017. Issue 2.

Pollard, Percival

Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

Powers, Rishards

Douglas Robinson. If I Only Had a Brain: The Capgras Delusion, Simulacra, and Fiction in the Echo Maker and Jackass 3D. 2016. Issue 1.

Roa Bastos, Augusto
Andrey Kofman. “I Aspired in My Creative Work to Start from a Mythological or Symbolic Vision of Reality…”: On the Occasion of Augusto Roa Bastos’ Birth Centenary. 2017. Issue 2.

Reyles, Carlos

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Reed, John

Anna Arustamova. American Context of the Russian Proletarian Poetry in the USA (1920s): Yakov Tarle. 2017. Issue 3.

William Benton Whisenhunt. John Reed and the Russian Revolution. 2017. Issue 3.

Rodo, José Enrique

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Roth, Philip

Olga Karasik. Philip Roth in Russia: Translations and Reception. 2018. Issue 4.

Rulfo, Juan

Andrey Kofman. Juan Rulfo’s Birth Centenary. 2017. Issue 3.

Juan Rulfo. Interview to the newspaper “¡Siempre!”, transl. A. Kofman. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Svetlakova. Rulfo in Russian: Revisiting P. Glazova's Translations after Half a Century. 2017. Issue 3.

Salinger Jerome 

Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

Salverson, Laura 

Andrey Korovin. Kensington Runestone and Its Literary Life. 2018. Issue 4.

Sandberg, Carl

Anna Arustamova. American Context of the Russian Proletarian Poetry in the USA (1920s): Yakov Tarle. 2017. Issue 3.

Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Sepúlveda, Juan Ginés de

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Sheffauer, Hermann

Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

SilmanTatiana I.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Startsev, Abel I.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Sterling, George

Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

Tanaseichuk, Andrey B.

Elena Apenko. A New Biography of Edgar Poe. [Tanaseichuk, Andrey. Edgar Poe. A Grim Genius. Moscow, 2016]. 2017. Issue 2.

Tarle, Yakov

Anna Arustamova. American Context of the Russian Proletarian Poetry in the USA (1920s): Yakov Tarle. 2017. Issue 3.

Thompson, Dorothy 

Olga Shcherbinina. Dorothy Thompson’s Travelogue “New Russia”: an Assignment to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Thoreau, Henry 

Elvira Osipova. “Inspector of Snow-Storms and Rain-Storms…” (on Henry Thoreau’s Bicentenary). 2017. Issue 3.

Tretyakov, Sergei M.

Maxim Gudkov. The First Soviet Plays on Broadway: Reception of Domestic Drama in American Commercial Theatre, 1920–1930s. 2017. Issue 3.

Tseitlin, Aleksandr G.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Twain, Mark

Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

Uspensky, Igor N.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Vallejo, César

Victoria Popova. Reflections on Foot of the Kremlin on the Russian Revolution: César Vallejo and the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Vera Terekhina. Mayakovsky in Latin America, 1930–1940. 2017. Issue 3.

Vonnegut Kurt 
Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

Waugh, Evelyn

Irina Kabanova. Evelyn Waugh and the USA. 2016. № 1.

Wright, Richard 

Dale E. Peterson. Richard Wright, 1938–1945: from Gorky to Dostoevsky. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. Richard Wright’s Might-Have-Been Travel to the USSR. 2017. Issue 3.

Yakovlev, Boris V.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Zhdanov, Andrey A.
Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

Zhirmunsky Victor M.

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

 

SECTIONS

THE WRITER IN LITERARY HISTORY

Stephen Rachman. Pearl S. Buck in Literary History. 2017. Issue 2.

Olga Panova. Pearl S. Buck and the USSR. 2017. Issue 2.

Irina Morozova. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. 2017. Issue 2.

Andrey Tanaseichuk. Ambrose Bierce’s Literary Environment, 1890–1900. 2017. Issue 2.

Olga Panova. Phillis Wheatley in American Literary History and African American Literary Criticism. 2018. Issue 4.

Alina Zakharova. Jack London and the Demon Alcohol: “John Barleycorn” (1913) and American Temperance Literature. 2018. Issue 4.

Andrei Tanaseichuk. On the Margins of Jack London Biography. 2018. Issue 4.

Denis Zakharov. A History of Creation and Publication of Truman Capote’s Short Story “Mill Store” . 2018. Issue 4.

 

POETICS. READING AND INTERPRETING

Andrey Kofman. The Theme of Barbarism in Latin American Literature. 2016. Issue 1.

Olga Ushakova. A Dandy, Bully, and Mystic: The School of Poetic Play in T.S. Eliot’s Inventions of March Hare. 2016. Issue 1.

Tatiana Venediktova. In the Seraphyms’ Footfalls: between Poetry and Analytical Prose (reading “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe). 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Apenko. The Reader’s Figure in Edgar Allan Poe’s Theory of Artistic Creativity. 2017. Issue 2.

Elvira Osipova. On Poe’s Translations in Russia. 2017. Issue 2.

Sergei Khangulian. The Enological Keys to Edgar Allan Poe’s Onomastics: the Study of the Drama “Politian”. 2017. Issue 2.

Olga Polovinkina. “Thinking Body” in H.D. Thoreau’s Poetry. 2018. Issue 4.

Anastasia Gladoshchuk. “Mexican Masks”: An Introduction to Octavio Paz’s “The Labyrinth of Solitude” . 2018. Issue 4.

Nina Moroz. “The Wishing Tree”: William Faulkner's Only Experiment in Children's Fiction. 2018. Issue 4.

 

LITERATURE IN CONTEXT

Douglas Robinson. If I Only Had a Brain: The Capgras Delusion, Simulacra, and Fiction in The Echo Maker and Jackass 3D. 2016. Issue 1.

Irina Golovacheva. What Is Harvey, The Rabbit? Pretexts and Contexts of the Comedy by Mary Chase. 2016. Issue 1.

Elena Dotsenko. “Lincoln” by T. Kushner and S. Spielberg: the Epic Scope of the “Pre-election” Movie. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Yushkova. “One of the Great Modern Saints”: Vachel Lindsay on Isadora Duncan’s Book “My Life”. 2017. Issue 2.

Andrey Korovin. Kensington Runestone and Its Literary Life. 2018. Issue 4.

Irina Golovacheva, Anastasia Solovyeva. Why are Entities Multiplied? Multiple Personality Disorder in American Popular Fiction. 2018. Issue 4.

Louise Barnett. Louise Erdrich’s Trilogy of Justice. 2018. Issue 4.

Efthimia Pandis Pavlakis. Violence and Difference in Sabina Berman’s Narrative: “The Woman Who Dived Into The Heart Of The World” . 2018. Issue 4.

 

OLD WORLD, NEW WORLD

Irina Kabanova. Evelyn Waugh and the USA. 2016. Issue 1.

Victoria Popova. Henri Barbusse’s Trip to Latin America: Unrealized Project. 2016. Issue 1.

Anastasia Gladoshchuk. Demon of Analogy: Octavio Paz, Rubén Darío and Spanish-American Modernism between America and France. 2017. Issue 2.

Octavio Paz. The Siren and the Seashell. Part II. Transl. A. Gladoshuk. 2017. Issue 2.

Rubén Darío. Foreign Writers in Paris. Transl. T. Balashova. 2017. Issue 2.

Andrey Astvatsaturov, Olga Voytsekhovskaya. Russian Rhizome of American Modernism: Concerning the Problem of Henry Miller’s Anarchism. 2018. Issue 4.

Elvira Osipova. Salinger, Dostoyevsky, and the Orthodox Tradition. 2018. Issue 4.

HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERARY STUDIES

Sergei Panov, Olga Panova. American Literary History and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 1. 2016. Issue 1.

 Sergey Panov, Olga Panova. “History of American Literature” and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Article 2. 2017. Issue 2.

ESSAYS. SKETCHES. NOTES

Fernando Aínsa. Crónica y ensayo: analogías e interdependencies. 2017. Issue 2.

Ekaterina Stetsenko. The Concept of Childishness in the Literature of the United States of America. 2017. Issue 2.

MEMORABLE DATE

Olga Antsyferova. Henry James: Creating of Biography. 2016. Issue 1.

Andrey Kofman. “I Aspired in My Creative Work to Start from a Mythological or Symbolic Vision of Reality…”: On the Occasion of Augusto Roa Bastos’ Birth Centenary. 2017. Issue 2.. 2017. Issue 2.

Andrey Kofman. Juan Rulfo’s Birth Centenary. 2017. Issue 3.

Juan Rulfo. Interview to the newspaper “¡Siempre!”, transl. A. Kofman. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Svetlakova. Rulfo in Russian: Revisiting P. Glazova's Translations after Half a Century. 2017. Issue 3.

Elvira Osipova. “Inspector of Snow-Storms and Rain-Storms…” (on Henry Thoreau’s Bicentenary). 2017. Issue 3.

Ivan Delazari. A Medium of Fiction: William H. Gass. 2018. Issue 4.

Olga Karasik. Philip Roth in Russia: Translations and Reception. 2018. Issue 4.

 

ACADEMIC LIFE. NEWS. EVENTS. BOOK REVIEWS

Ivan Delazari. The Ontology of an Anthology: Contemporary American Prose according to W.W. Norton & Co. 2016. Issue 1.

Natalia Vyssotska. European Association for American Studies Conference-2016. 2016. Issue 1.

Olga Antsyferova. Quo vadunt studia Americana: Looking for New Ways – or Looking Backward? 2016. Issue 1.

Vladimir Cherednichenko. Edgar Poe’s Legacy as a System: The Making of a Scholarly Collection Series Dedicated to Edgar Poe. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Apenko. A New Biography of Edgar Poe. [Tanaseichuk, Andrey. Edgar Poe. A Grim Genius. Moscow, 2016]. 2017. Issue 2.

Natalia Vysotska. American Literary Studies in Ukraine: State-ofthe-Art. 2017. Issue 2.

Yuri Stulov. American Studies in Belarus. 2017. Issue 2.

Elena Galtsova. “Ethnic Avant-Garde” as a Contemporary Cross-Cultural Utopia. Steven Lee and the World Revolution. 2017. Issue 3.

Alexander Shubin. Raya Dunaevskaya’s Legacy: Lenin, Dialectic, Revolution, and Humanism. 2017. Issue 3.

Olga Panova. The Womanly Face of Revolution: Julia Mickenberg on American Girls in Soviet Russia. 2017. Issue 3.

Choi Chatterjee. The Wider Arc of Revolution: The Global Impact of 1917. 2017. Issue 3.

Victoria Zhuravleva, Irina Morozova. V Zverev International Conference at RSUH: Revolutionary Discourse in the USA. 2017. Issue 3.

Andrey Astvatsaturov. The First Russian Biography of Henry Miller. 2018. Issue 4.

Tatiana Venediktova. Professionalism at Its Best. 2018. Issue 4.

Alina Zakharova. Jack London Unveiled. 2018. Issue 4.

Alexandra Zinovieva. Changing the Poetical Landscape: with Russian Wallace Stevens and Sylvia Plath. 2018. Issue 4.

Аmina Zhamanova. Eugene O’Neill’s “The Iceman Cometh” on Broadway: Triumphal Revival of a Drama-Parable. 2018. Issue 4.

Olga Panova. Ralph Ellison at Oxford. 2018. Issue 4.

Tatiana Komarovskaya. American Centre at Maxim Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University. 2018. Issue 4.

 

IN MEMORIAM

Maya Koreneva (1936–2016). 2017. Issue 2.

In Memoriam Dan Aaron. 2017. Issue 2.In Memoriam Dan Aaron. 2017. Issue 2.

SPECIAL ISSUES

RUSSIAN REVOLUTION CENTENARY. 2017. Issue 3.