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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Upon return to Russia after the revolution, she studied at Moscow University and worked at the Pushkin Historical Museum in Moscow. She began writing after retirement at the age of Moscow, ; Zhenshchina s zontikom. Moscow, ; Portret podarennyi drugu. Novellas and Stories, tr. Wanda Sorgente in Goscilo, Helena ed. Maureen Riley in Tomei, Christine D.
Barkova, Anna Aleksandrovna pseudonym Kalika Perekhozhaia; b. Came from a working-class background and in enrolled as a member of the Circle of Genuine Proletarian Poets. Suffered repeated arrests and two long periods of exile both during and after the Stalin years. Allowed to return to Moscow in Taganov, Volga 5 ; Vozvrashchenie. Moscow, ; Izbrannoe Selections: London, ; poems, tr. Catriona Kelly in Tomei, Christine D. Bazhenova, Taisiia Anatol'evna d.
Bek, Tat'iana Aleksandrovna b. Prolific reviewer, only a few examples included below. Moscow, ; Smeshannyi les. Moscow, ; essays and reviews in Druzhba narodov Peoples' Friendship 2 , —; Znamia 5 , —2; Voprosy literatury Questions of Literature Sept—Oct, , —64; Druzhba narodov Peoples' Friendship 2 , —78; Novyi mir NewWorld 11 , 86—92; Druzhba narodov Peoples' Friendship 12 , —61; Voprosy literatury Questions of Literature 1 , —48; Druzhba narodov Peoples' Friendship 8 , 5—62 and 9 , 51—; Literaturnoe obozrenie Literary Review 3 , 25—8; Novyi mir NewWorld 9 , —57; Antologiia akmeizma: Berberova, Nina Nikolaevna pseudonyms: Makeev, ; 3 pianist G.
Petersburg, bourgeois family; studied philology, Rostov-on-Don, — Petersburg, ; published 1st poem, ; attended Gumilev's poetic studio, meetings of Serapion Brothers; member, Union of Poets. To Paris, ; Gippius's circle; co-ed. Emigrated to US, ; ed. Taught at several universities, mainly Yale, —62, Princeton, — International recognition with autobiography in English, ; translations of stories bestsellers in France; visited Russia, Berlin, ; Bez zakata. Berlin, ; Alexandre Blok et son temps. Paris, ; Oblegchenie uchasti. New Haven, ; Kursiv moi. Ann Arbor, ; Zheleznaia zhenshchina.
New York, ; Stikhi, — New York, ; Liudi i lozhi. New York, ; Neizvestnaia Berberova: Moscow, ; Aleksandr Blok i ego vremeni. The Italics are Mine, tr. New York, ; The Accompanist, tr. London, ; The Revolt, tr. London, ; The Tattered Cloak, tr. London, , and Three Novels, 2 vols. London, —1; Alexander Blok: New York, ; The Book of Happiness, tr.
For complete listing, see Tomei, Christine D. Moscow, ; Rasskazy v izgnanii. Moscow, ; Izbrannoe Selections S, 2 vols.
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Moscow, ; Neizvestnaia Berberova. Rasskazy ne o liubvi. Berggol'ts, Ol'ga Fedorovna, b. Poet, writer, and journalist. A witness to and victim of the major cataclysms of Soviet history, Berggol'ts served the state with her poetry, prose and journalism, yet never regimented her lyrical gift. Graduated from Leningrad State University, , with degree in Philology. Embarked on dual career as journalist and creative writer. In late s, ex-husband, Boris Kornilov, executed. Berggol'ts imprisoned for several months. During World War II articulated the sufferings of fellow Leningraders in the blockade — through radio broadcasts, poetry, and plays.
After war her work charted shift in cultural values from Stalinism to the Thaw. Moscow, ; Leningradskaia poema. Moscow, ; Oni zhili v Leningrade. Moscow, , ; Pervorossiisk. Moscow, ; Sobranie sochinenii Collected works , 2 vols. Moscow, ; Dnevnye zvezdy. Leningrad, , , , ; ; Uzel: Leningrad, ; Izbrannoe Selections Pr. Leningrad, ; Ekho Stikhi, ; Proshlogo-net!: For a more complete listing, see Tomei, Christine D. The Modern Period, ed. John Glad and Daniel Weissbort.
Trina Mamoon in Tomei, Christine D. Blokh, Raisa Noevna pseudonyms: Father distinguished Jewish lawyer, brother Jacob Blokh, playwright and publisher. Studied medieval history, St. Petersburg University, —20; participant in Mikhail Lozinsky's translation studio; member St. Petersburg Union of Poets, To Paris with Gorlin, ; earned money tutoring, doing scholarly piece-work at the Sorbonne; published several essays, medieval culture and politics.
Daughter born, ; Gorlin arrested, , detained at Potivier, transported to labor camp, Silesia; daughter died en route to Switzerland; Blokh arrested at Swiss border, sent to death in Nazi camp. Berlin, ; with Mirra Borodina, Zavety. Brussels, ; with Mikhail Gorlin, Izbrannoe Selections rannye stikhotvoreniia. Bulich, Vera Sergeevna b. Petersburg University, ; fled with family to estate, Kuolemajaarvi, Finland, ; moved to Helsinki after father's death, First books collections of fairy tales in Finnish, , and Russian, ; published four books of poetry; also published poetry in Swedish and Finnish.
Died of lung cancer. Helsingfors, ; Plennyi veter. Bunina, Anna Petrovna b. Born into old gentry family; raised with limited education by aunts. Moved to Moscow in and St. Petersburg in , where she pursued literary interests, living independently and writing essays, poetry, prose, and translations. Sokrashchennyi perevod Abbata Bate s prisovokupleniem Rossiiskago stopolozheniia v pol'zu devits. Moscow, ; Neopytnaia muza, 2 vols. Petersburg, —12; Padenie Faetona. Petersburg, ; Sel'skie vechera. Petersburg, ; Spasenie Fiv. Petersburg, ; Sobranie stikhotvorenii, 3 vols.
Petersburg, —21; Nravstvennye i filosoficheskie besedy Kh. Women Poets of Russia. Bonnie Marshall in Tomei, Christine D. Sophie Frederike Augusta von Anhalt-Zerbst, ; d. Immensely prolific author of satirical journalism, didactic fiction, comedies, histories, memoirs, law codes, etc. Major works include the periodical Vsiakaia vsiachina , numerous satirical and other dramas, the outline for a legal codex Nakaz St. Petersburg, —9 , a lengthy memoir intended for her sons dating from the s , and a number of shorter memoirs. Sochineniia Works , ed. Petersburg, ; 2nd edn, St. New York, ; Voltaire and Catherine the Great: Cambridge, ; Selections from Odds and Ends, tr.
Levitt in Tomei, Christine D. Critic, editor, playwright and translator. Petersburg, ; O Fedore Sologube. Petersburg, ; as F. Petrograd, ; Zhenshchina nakanune Revoliutsii g. Chegrintseva, Emiliia Kirillovna b. Tsegoeva, , Ekaterinburg; d. Raised in Kishinev; graduate gymnasium of Baroness I. Emigrated with family to Prague, c. Chervinskaia, Lydiia Davidovna b. Fled with family through Constantinople, c. After war, published third book of verse; worked for Radio Liberty in Munich. Died in old-age home in Montmorency, near Paris.
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An Anthology with Verse Translations. Chukovskaia, Lydiia Korneevna b. Daughter of literary critic and children's writer Kornei Chukovskii. Chronicled lives and events during the Stalinist terror. Early works able to be published only in samizdat. Under glasnost her works were published for the first time in the Soviet Union. First recipient of Sakharov Prize in Moscow, ; Otkrytoe slovo. New York, ; Po etu storonu smerti. Paris, ; Protsess iskliucheniia. Paris, ; Moscow, ; Zapiski ob Anne Akhmatovoi, 3 vols. Moscow, ; Pamiati detstva. New York, ; Moscow, ; Sof'ia Petrovna.
Moscow, ; Izbrannoe Selections rannoe. The Deserted House, tr. New York, ; Going Under, tr. New York, ; Sofia Petrovna, tr. Aline Worth, revised edn, Eliza Kellogg Klose. Cormeilles-en-Parisis, near Paris, Married, moved to St. Began publishing stories, poetry in prestigious journals as A. Published numerous translations, incl.
Emigrated to Berlin, ; published anti-Bolshevik pamphlet, two short novels. From , governing member, Union of Russian Translators, Germany; permanent staff of Poslednie novosti. Postwar stories concern Resistance. Moscow, ; Gde-to tam. Petrograd, ; Stekliannaia stena: Berlin, ; Voda ne idet: Dashkova, Princess Ekaterina Romanovna b.
Appointed Director of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Major works include Mon histoire —5: The Memoirs of Princess Dashkova, ed. Durham, ; selected prose and poetry, tr. Enrolled in Literary Institute in In early s worked as head of the literature section of Russkii kur'er. Important figure in Post-Soviet genre of detective novel. A list of her numerous works may be accessed through http: Deisha, Elena Al'bertovna pseudonym Georgii Peskov; b. Repman, , Moscow; d. Father well-known Moscow physician. Began writing stories at early age; graduate, Higher Courses for Women, Moscow.
Emigrated with husband and son to France through Baltics, Also wrote in French. Lived near Paris but apart from literary community. New York, ; V rasseianii sushchie. Paris, ; Arc-en ciel. One Hundred Short Stories, ed. Dmitrieva, Elizaveta pseudonym Cherubina de Gabriak; b. Poet, prose writer, dramatist, and translator. Marshak, Teatr dlia detei. Krasnodar, ; Novyi Robinzon. Leningrad, ; Avtobiografiia, Izbrannoe Selections rannye stikhotvoreniia.
For more complete listing, see Tomei, Christine D. Scherr in Tomei, Christine D. Pachmuss, in Pachmuss, Temira ed. Dmitrieva, Faina Leonidovna b. Published in journals and planned a second book of poetry. In the s went to the USSR. Dmitrieva, Valentina Iovovna b. From family of educated serfs; taught in village school, but dismissed for populist sympathies. Entered Women's Medical Courses, St. Petersburg; graduated , but exiled for four years, forbidden to practice. Wrote more than 70 realist stories and novels, s to early s, and autobiography of early life, Petersburg, ; Rasskazy i povesti.
Petersburg, ; Povesti i rasskazy. Petersburg, ; Chervonnyi khutor. Petersburg, ; Khar'kov, ; Rasskazy. Petersburg, ; Povesti i rasskazy, 3 vols. Petrograd, ; Tak bylo: Moscow and Leningrad, A Romance of Northern Russia, tr. Mildred Davies in Tomei, Christine D. Dolgorukaia, Princess Natal'ia Borisovna b. From a highly-placed aristocratic family; her exile with her husband, Ivan Dolgorukii, to Siberia, his execution and her subsequent impoverished existence form the substance of her memoirs Zapiski, written in the late s, and published in Dolina, Veronika Arkad'evna b.
Moscow, ; Viden'e o roze. Donbrovskaia, Rozaliia Iogannovna b. Harbin, ; Stepan Chertorogov. Harbin, ; Kniazhny Zardeevy. Harbin, , ; Raspiataia Rossiia. Drunina, Iuliia Vladimirovna b. Worked during the war as an officer in a medical battalion. Studied at Gorky Literary Institute in Moscow. Elected deputy of Supreme Soviet in In despair over personal loneliness and over the fate of her country, she took her own life. Izbrannoe Selections rannye stikhi — Moscow, ; Izbrannoe Selections , 2 vols.
Durova, Nadezhda Andreevna pseudonyms: Soldier and officer —16 in the Russian light cavalry. Author of prose fiction and autobiography. Best known for her Notes of a Cavalry Maiden , an account of her service in the Napoleonic wars, first published in Pushkin's Sovremennik The Contemporary with his preface.
Moscow, ; Gudishki, 4 vols. Petersburg, ; Povesti i rasskazy, 4 vols. Journals of a Russian Officer in the Napoleonic Wars, ed. Engel'gardt, Liudmila Nikolaevna b. Emigrated with widowed mother to Harbin and became a pharmaceutical chemist. In the s moved to Shanghai, married a British subject. During World War II was interned in a Japanese camp for foreign nationals, where she lost a young son. After the war, she and her husband moved to Australia and soon divorced.
Fedorova, Nina Antonina Fedorovna Podgorinova; b.
Shortly before the Revolution moved to Harbin where in married a historian V. Fuks, Aleksandra Andreevna b. Born into family with ties to merchantry; raised by aunt; married German-born physician in ; of five children, one daughter survived. Made Kazan home a literary center in s and s; in the s traveled to Moscow and introduced to writers, including Pushkin. Published poems in Kazan and St.
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Combined literary interests with ethnography. Pis'ma iz Moskvy v Kazan. Kazan, ; Poezdka iz Kazani v Cheboksary. Kazan, ; Osnovanie goroda Kazani: Kazan, ; Ona pokhudela. Kazan, ; with P. Kazan, ; Kniazhna Khabiba. Two daughters, one son; both daughters became writers Elena Blavatskaia and Vera Zhelikhovskaia.
Gan's friendship with Osip Senkovskii, the notorious author and ed. Despite her slim literary output only 11 tales in all , she was regarded as one of Russia's most famous female authors by Vissarion Belinsky, Ivan Turgenev, and others. Moscow, ; Sud sveta, in Uchenova, V. Veronica Shapovalov in Tomei, Christine D. An Anthology of Sources. Writer of prose fiction, travelogues, and essays. Received a technical education.
She graduated from the Gorky Literary Institute in , the same year she published her first novella. Explores subjects ranging from love relationships to the conflict between personal life and professional career. In addition to her fiction, she has authored a sociological study of women in an industrial town on the Kama River. Moscow, ; first published in Novyi mir NewWorld ; Razgovor o shchast'e: Moscow, ; Matvei i Shurka: Moscow, ; Ia ishchu tebia, cheloveka: Moscow, ; Slovo o zerne gorchichnom.
Moscow, , ; Rasskazy. Moscow, ; Zachem spilili kashtany? Moscow, ; Zapiski o pogranichnikakh. Moscow, ; Dal'naia poezdka: Moscow, ; Sozvezdie bliznetsov: Moscow, , ; Dorogi Rossii: Moscow, ; Izbrannoe Selections rannoe: Moscow, , ; Kamazonki na rabote i doma Ocherki o zhenshchinakh Naberezhnykh Chelnov. The Road to Nirvana. Helena Goscilo in Goscilo, Helena ed. Poet, prose writer, translator. Stikhi o sovremennosti v perevode V. Kathleen Dillon in Tomei, Christine D.
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Ginzburg, Evgeniia Semenovna b. A political activist and teacher who had rejected her middle-class family background for a life dedicated to the Communist Party, Ginzburg's new world fell apart when she and her first husband, a prominent Party bureaucrat, were arrested in Her surviving son from this marriage, Vasilii Aksyonov, later became famous as a talented dissident writer.
She endured 18 years in jail, camp, and exile, and bore coherent, eloquent witness to her ordeal in the two-volume memoir Krutoi marshrut the first volume is translated as Journey into the Whirlwind, the second as Within the Whirlwind. Khronika vremen kul'ta lichnosti, 2 vols. Journey into the Whirlwind, tr.
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New York, , ; Within the Whirlwind, tr. New York, , Ginzburg, Lydiia Iakovlevna b. Literary and cultural critic, writer, memoirist. The lone female member among the influential Formalist group, Ginzburg developed into a prominent literary scholar whose innovative critical work focused on the complex interactions between literary creation, life experience, and spiritual values. A keen interpreter of non-fiction, Ginzburg also produced a trenchant journal-memoir of her own experiences and observations on Soviet culture, Chelovek za pis'mennym stolom At One's Desk, , and an extraordinary analysis in fiction of the Leningrad siege, Zapiski blokadnogo cheloveka Notes of a Blockade Survivor, In the s Ginzburg truly flourished as a public intellectual, at last able to publish her more provocative and personalized writing, and serving as an intellectual conduit between pre- and post-Stalinist generations of the intelligentsia.
Leningrad, ; 2nd edn, , ; O psikhologicheskoi proze. Leningrad, , 2nd edn, , 3rd edn, ; Chelovek za pis'mennym stolom. Leningrad, , ; O literaturnom geroe. Leningrad, ; O starom i novom. Leningrad, ; Literatura v poiskakh real'nosti. Riga, Leningrad, ; Moscow, ; Zapisnye knizhki: Nakhimovsky and Alice Stone Nakhimovsky. Ithaca, ny, ; On Psychological Prose, tr. Princeton, nj, ; Blockade Diary tr. London, ; from The Journals, tr. Poet, dramatist, short story writer, novelist, literary critic. Petersburg, ; Tret'ia kniga rasskazov. Petersburg, ; Sobranie stikhov: Moscow, ; Alyi mech: Petersburg, ; with D.
Paris, ; Chernoe po belomu: Petersburg, ; as Anton Krainii, Literaturnyi dnevnik — Moscow, ; Chertova kukla. Moscow, ; Lunnye murav'i. Moscow, ; Kak my voinam pisali i chto oni nam otvechali. Moscow, ; Zelenoe kol'tso. Petrograd, ; Poslednie stikhi, — Petersburg, ; Pokhodnye pesni. Warsaw, ; Nebesnoe slovo.
Berlin, ; Zhivye litsa. Prague, ; Sinnaia kniga. Paris, ; Dmitrii Merezhkovskii. Selected Diaries of Zinaida Hippius, tr. Christine Borowec in Tomei, Christine D. Glinka, Avdot'ia Pavlovna b. Born into old gentry family; well-educated; married Fedor Glinka in ; lived in Moscow —53, St. Salon hostess, poet and translator of German poetry, assisted husband in literary work. Devout and charitable, wrote on religious subjects. Published poems in conservative literary journals and almanacs. After s turned to prose.
Pesni o Kolokole F. Moscow, ; 16th edn, Moscow, ; Stikhotvoreniia Shillera. Zum Dichters Jahrigem Geburtsfest. Golovina, Alla Sergeevna b. Baroness Steiger, , Nikolaevka, near Kiev; d. Swiss aristocratic family in Ukraine since , father Duma member, brother poet Anatoly Steiger. Married Golovin, ; son writer Sergei Golovin.
Married Belgian citizen, ; to Belgium, From s, wrote mainly short stories, published little; most of her books appeared posthumously. Bunin i russkaia literatura XX v. Izbrannoe Selections rannye stikhi. Brussels, ; Nochnye ptitsy. Gorbanevskaia, Natal'ia Evgen'eva b. Poet, journalist, political activist. Ann Arbor, mi, ; Tri tetradi stikhotvorenii. Bremen, ; Pereletaia snezhnuiu granitsu. Paris, ; Angel dereviannyi. Ann Arbor, mi, ; Chuzhie kamni. Paris, ; Gde i kogda. Paris, ; Tsvet vereska.
Tenafly, nj, ; Kto chem poet. Poems, The Trial, Prison, tr. Oxford, ; Red Square at Noon, tr. Harmondsworth, ; Smith, Gerald S. Bloomington, IN, , — First published fiction in after abandoning graduate study in philology. Dostoyevsky, Chekhov, and Pasternak among others. Only recently has a whole tradition of women's writing been identified and rediscussed. Here is the first full-length history of Russian women writers supported by extensive reference features including a bibliography and guide to writers and their works.
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