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The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth century. Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time Volume 1. Leo Wiener.
The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth century. Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 2.
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THE second and concluding volume of Prof
THE second and concluding volume of Prof. Leo Wiener's Anthology of Russian Literature has been issued. It deals exclusively with the Russian writers of the nineteenth century, that is, with that portion of Russian literature the English-speaking world in general is alone famillier with and appreciative of. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.
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Recent papers in Nineteenth Century Russian Literature. Russian Nineteenth-Century Literature: An Introductory Course. Speaking of himself and other nineteenth-century Russian writers, Dostoevsky once said: " We all emerged from Gogol's 'Overcoat.
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The time is not far off when the Russian language will occupy the same place in the curriculum of American universities that it now does in those of Germany, France and Sweden. A tongue that is spoken by more than one hundred million people and that encompasses one-half of the Northern Hemisphere in itself invites the attention of the curious and the scholar.
It is the purpose of this Anthology, originally published in 1902, to render a concise, yet sufficient, account of Russian literature in its totality, to give to the English reader who is not acquainted with any other language than his own a biographical, critical and bibliographical sketch of every important author, to offer representative extracts of what there is best in the language in such a manner as to give a correct idea of the evolution of Russian literature from its remotest time.
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