Volume 38 Issue 4 (2022)
Russia, China and Eurasia: Social, Historical and Cultural Issues


ISSN: 1049-7714
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 6″ x 9″, Single Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Russia: Its People and Its Literature
by Emilia Pardo Bazán

Translator’s Preface
Book I. The Evolution of Russia
I. Scope and Purpose of the Present Essay
II. The Russian Country
III. The Russian Race
IV. Russian History
V. The Russian Autocracy
VI. The Agrarian Communes
VII. Social Classes in Russia
VIII. Russian Serfdom
Book II. Russian Nihilism and Its Literature
I. The Word “Nihilism”
II. Origin of the Intellectual Revolution
III. Woman and the Family
IV. Going to the People
V. Herzen and the Nihilist Novel
VI. The Reign of Terror
VII. The Police and the Censor
Book III. Rise of the Russian Novel
I. The Beginnings of Russian Literature
II. Russian Romanticism. The Lyric Poets
III. Russian Realism: Gogol, Its Founder
Book IV. Modern Russian Realism
I. Turguenief: Poet and Artist
II. Gontcharof and Oblomovism
III. Dostoiëwsky: Psychologist and Visionary
IV. Tolstoï: Nihilist and Mystic
V. French Realism and Russian Realism

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