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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Secondary Sources



A-B | C-D | E-F | G-H | I-L | M-P | Q-T | U-Z

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  2. Abramov, K. I. Istoriia bibliotechnogo dela v SSSR (Moscow: Kniga, 1980).

  3. Alkire, Gilman H. "Gogol and Bulgarin's Ivan Vyzhigin," Slavic Review 28, no. 2 (1969): 289-296.

  4. Allen, James Smith. Popular French Romanticism: Authors, Readers and Books in the Nineteenth Century (Syracuse: Syracuse Univ. Press, 1981).

  5. Allister, Steven. "The Reform of Higher Education in Russia During the Reign of Nicholas I, 1825-1855," PhD. Dissertation, Princeton, 1974.

  6. Altick, Richard. The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800-1900 (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1957).

  7. Al'tshuller, M. G. and I. F. Martynov. 'Zvuchashchii stikh svobody radi': ocherki o chitateliakh dekabristskoi pory (Moscow: Kniga, 1976).

  8. Anderson, Vl. "Semeistvo Pliushar-tipografy," Russkii bibliofil, no. 1 (Jan. 1911): [26]-43.

  9. Antifeeva, M. A. "Zhurnal A. Smirdina Biblioteka dlia chteniia," in Knizhnoe delo Peterburga-Petrograda-Leningrada: sbornik nauchnykh trudov (Leningrad: Leningradskii gos. institut kul'tury, 1981), 37-47.

  10. Aronson, M. and S. Reiser. Literaturnye kruzhki i salony (Leningrad: Priboi, 1929).

  11. Attwood, Lynne. Creating the New Soviet Woman: Women's Magazines as Engineers of Female Identity, 1922-53 (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999).

  12. Babintsev, S. M. "Russkie knigoizdateli i knigotorgovtsy XVIII-XX v.," Kniga: issledovaniia i materialy 2 (1960): 376-389.

  13. Baehr, Stephen L. "The Troika and the Train: Dialogues Between Tradition and Technology in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature," in J. D. Clayton, ed., Issues in Russian Literature Before 1917 (Columbus: Slavica, 1989), 85-106.

  14. Bagby, Lewis. Alexander Bestuzhev-Marlinsky and Russian Byronism (Univ. Park, Pa.: Penn. State Univ. Press, 1995).

  15. Balzer, H. D. "Introduction," in idem, ed. Russia's Missing Middle Class: the Professions in Russian History (Armonk, NJ: M. E. Sharpe, 1996), 3-38.

  16. Barenbaum, I. E., E. L. Nemirovskii and A. G. Shitsgal, "Knigopechatanie i knigo-izdatel'stvo v Peterburge pervoi poloviny XIX v.," in 400 [i.e. Chetyresta] let russkogo knigopechataniia: russkoe knigopechatanie do 1917 goda (Moscow: Nauka, 1964), 267-282.

  17. Beaven [Remnek], Miranda. "Aleksandr Smirdin and Publishing in St. Petersburg, 1830-1840," Canadian Slavonic Papers 27, no. 1 (1985): [15]-30.

  18. Beaven [Remnek], Miranda. "Russian Historical Publishing, 1810-1820: the Forgotten Decade," Libri 35 (1985): 70-86.

  19. Beaven [Remnek], Miranda. "Russian Literary Almanacs of the 1820s and Their Legacy," Publishing History 17 (1985): 65-86.

  20. Bennett, Helju Aulik. "Evolution of the Meanings of Chin: an Introduction to the Russian Institution of Rank Ordering and Niche Assignment from the Time of Peter the Great's Table of Ranks to the Bolshevik Revolution," California Slavic Studes X (1977): 1-44.

  21. Berezina, V. G. Russkaia zhurnalistika vtoroi chetverti XIX veka (1826-1839 gody) (Leningrad: Izd-vo Leningradskogo un-ta, 1965).

  22. Berezina, V. G. "Tipologiia russkikh al'manakhov 1830-1840-kh godov v traktovke Belinskogo," Filologicheskie etiudy. Seriia Zhurnalistika 2 (1974): 126-139.

  23. Berezina, V. G. "Zhurnal N. A. Polevogo Moskovskii telegraf (1825-1834) i chitatel'," Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta (1981), no. 2: 38-44.

  24. Berlin, Sir Isaiah. "A Marvellous Decade, 1838-1848: the Birth of the Russian Intelligentsia," in Sidney Harcave, ed., Readings in Russian History (NY: Crowell, 1962).

  25. Besan?on, Alain. ?ducation et soci?t? en Russie dans le second tiers du XIX si?cle (Paris: Mouton, 1974).

  26. Between Tsar and People: Educated Society and the Quest for Public Identity in Late Imperial Russia, ed. Edith W. Clowes, Samuel D. Kassow and James L. West (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1991).

  27. Black, J. L. Nicholas Karamzin and Russian Society in the Nineteenth Century: a Study in Russian Political and Historical Thought (Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1975).

  28. Blackwell, William L. The Beginnings of Russian Industrialization, 1800-1860 (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1968).

  29. Blackwell, William L. "The Old Believers and the Rise of Private Industrial Enterprise in Early Nineteenth-Century Moscow," Slavic Review14, no. 3 (1965): 407-424.

  30. Blium, A. V. "Khudozhestvennaia literatura kak istoriko-knizhnyi istochnik," Kniga: issledovaniia i materialy 42 (1986): 100-122.

  31. Blium, A. V. "Massovoe chtenie v russkoi provintsii kontsa XVIII-pervoi chetverti XIX vv.," Istoriia russkogo chitatelia 1 (1973): 37-57.

  32. Bogdanov, I. M. Gramotnost' i obrazovanie v dorevoliutsionnoi Rossii i v SSSR: istoricko-statisticheskie ocherki (Moscow: Statistika, 1964).

  33. Bouwsma, William. "The Renaissance and the Drama of Western History," American Historical Review 84, no. 1 (1979): 1-15.

  34. Brooks, Jeffrey. When Russia Learned to Read: Literacy and Popular Literature, 1861-1917 (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1985).

  35. Brower, Daniel. "Urbanization and Autocracy: Russian Urban Development in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century," Russian Review 42 (1983): 377-402.

  36. Bulgakova, L. A. "Sotsial'nyi status inzhenera v dorevoliutsionnoi Rossii," in Problemy sotsial'no-ekonomicheskoi istorii Rossii (St. Petersburg: Nauka, 1991), 161-176.

  37. Burmistrova, L. P. Provintsial'naia gazeta v epokhu russkikh prosvetitelei: gubernskie vedomosti Povolzh'ia i Urala, 1840-1850 gg. (Kazan: Izd-vo Kazanskogo un-ta, 1985).

  38. Buryshkin, P. A. Moskva kupecheskaia (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 1991).


    C-D

  39. Cazamian, Louis. A History of French Literature (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1959, reprinted 1966).

  40. Chartier, Roger. Cultural Uses of Print in Early Modern France (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1987).

  41. Chartier, Roger. "Texts, Printings, Readings," in Lynn Hunt, ed., The New Cultural History (Berkeley: Univ. of Calif. Press, 1989), 154-75.

  42. 400 [i.e. Chetyresta] let russkogo knigopechataniia: russkoe knigopechatanie do 1917 goda (Moscow: Nauka, 1964).

  43. Childers, Joseph. Novel Possibilities: Fiction and the Formation of Early Victorian Culture (Philadelphia: Univ. of Penn. Press, 1995).

  44. Clyman, T. W. "Women Physicians' Autobiography in the Nineteenth Century," in idem and Diana Greene, eds. Women Writers in Russian Literature (Westport, Ct.: Greenwood Press, 1994), 111-125.

  45. Culler, Jonathan, "Literary Competence" in Jane P. Tompkins, ed., Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1980), 101-117.

  46. Culler, Jonathan. On Deconstruction: Theory and Criticism after Structuralism (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1984).

  47. Darnton, Robert. "Readers Respond to Rousseau: the Fabrication of Romantic Sensitivity," in idem, The Great Cat Massacre and Other Episodes in French Cultural History (NY: Vintage, 1985).

  48. Darnton, Robert. "Reading, Writing and Publishing in Eighteenth-Century France: a Case Study in the Sociology of Literature," in F. Gilbert and S. Graubard, eds., Historical Studies Today (NY: Norton, 1972), 238-280.

  49. Datsiuk, B. D. Russkaia zhurnalistika 30-kh godov (Moscow: Vysshaia Partiinaia Shkola, 1948).

  50. Davidson, Cathy. Revolution and the Word: the Rise of the Novel in America (NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 1986).

  51. Dement'ev, A. G. Ocherki po istorii russkoi zhurnalistiki, 1840-1850 (Moscow: Gos. izd-vo khudozh. lit-ry, 1951).

  52. Dolinin, A. Istoriia, odetaia v roman. Val'ter Skott i ego chitateli (Moscow: Kniga, 1988).

  53. Dowler, W. "Merchants and Politics in Russia: the Guild Reform of 1824," Slavonic and East European Review 65 (1987), 38-52.


    E-F

  54. Efimova, N. A. Chitateli publichnoi biblioteki v Peterburge i organizatsiia ikh obsluzhivaniia v 1814-1917 gg. Trudy Gosudarstvennoi publichnoi biblioteki, VI (9). (Leningrad: Gos. pub. b-teka im. M. E. Sal'tykova-Shchedrina, 1958).

  55. Egorov, Iu. N. "Studenchestvo Sankt-Peterburgskogo universiteta v 30-50 godakh XIX v., ego sotsial'nyi sostav i raspredelenie po fakul'tetam," Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta; seriia Istorii, iazyka i literatury, no. 14, vyp. 3 (1957): 5-19.

  56. Ehre, Milton. Oblomov and his Creator: The Life and Art of Ivan Goncharov (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1973).

  57. Eimontova, R. G. "Prosveshchenie v Rossii pervoi poloviny XIX veka," Voprosy istorii VI, no. 10 (1986): 78-93.

  58. Emmons, Terence. The Russian Landed Gentry and the Peasant Emancipation of 1861 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968).

  59. Engel, Barbara. Mothers and Daughters; Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth Century Russia (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1983).

  60. Falkus, M. E. The Industrialization of Russia, 1700-1914 (London: Macmillan, 1972).

  61. Fanger, Donald. "Gogol and His Reader," in William Mills Todd III, ed., Literature and Society in Imperial Russia, 1800-1914 (Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1978), [61]-95.

  62. Fish, Stanley. "Interpreting the Variorum," in Jane P. Tompkins, ed., Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to ost-Structuralism (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1980), 164-84.

  63. Flynn, James. The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, 1802-1835 (Washington, DC: Catholic Univ. of America, 1988).

  64. Formozov, A. A. "Tirazhi istoricheskikh izdanii pervoi poloviny XIX v. v Rossii," Voprosy istorii, no. 2 (1970): 192-196.

  65. Freeze, Gregory. "The Soslovie (Estate) Paradigm and Russian Social History," American Historical Review 91 (1986): 11-36.

  66. Frieden, Nancy. Russian Physicians in an Era of Reform and Revolution, 1856-1905 (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1981).


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  67. Garelin, N. F. "Russkoe nauchnoe izdatel'stvo v nachale XIX veka: Rumiantsovskaia epokha," in V. Ia. Adariukov, ed., Kniga v Rossii, vol. 2: Deviatnadtsatyi vek (Moscow: Gos. izd-vo, 1925), 27-98.

  68. Garrard, John. "The Rise of the Russian Novel," in idem, ed., The Russian Novel From Pushkin to Pasternak (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1983), 1-25.

  69. George, A. J. The Development of French Romanticism: the Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Literature (Syracuse: Syracuse Univ. Press, 1955).

  70. Gerschenkron, Alexander. "The Problem of Economic Development in Russian Intellectual History of the Nineteenth Century," in E. J. Simmons, ed. Continuity and Change in Russian and Soviet Thought (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1955).

  71. Gessen, Sergei. Knigoizdatel' Aleksandr Pushkin (Leningrad: Academia, 1930).

  72. Gillel'son, M. I. P. A. Viazemskii: zhizn' i tvorchestvo (Leningrad: Nauka, 1969).

  73. Ginzburg, Carlo. "Preface to the Italian Edition," in idem, The Cheese and the Worms: the Cosmos of a Sixteenth-Century Miller (NY: Penguin, 1982), xiii-xxvi.

  74. Ginzburg, L. Ia. "Biblioteka dlia chteniia v 30-kh godakh. O. I. Senkovskii," in Ocherki po istorii russkoi zhurnalistiki i kritiki, vol. 1: XVIII vek i pervaia polovina XIX veka (Leningrad: Izd-vo Leningradskogo un-ta, 1950), 324-341.

  75. Girou de Buzareingues, Claire. "Les cabinets de lecture et les d?buts de l'?poque romantique," Bulletin de la librarie ancienne et moderne 140 (1971): 220-225.

  76. Grits, T. S., V. Trenin and M. Nikitin, Slovesnost' i kommertsiia: knizhnaia lavka A. F. Smirdina (Moscow: Federatsiia, 1929).

  77. Grossman, Leonid. "Bal'zak v Rossii," Literaturnoe nasledstvo 31-32 (1937): [149]-372.

  78. Gurianov, V. P. "Radishchev i Selivanovskii," in Ot "Slova o Polku Igoreve" do "Tikhogo Dona": sbornik statei k 90-letiiu N. K. Piksanova (Leningrad: Nauka, 1969), 297-[304].

  79. Habermas, J?rgen. The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere; an Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society (Cambridge: MIT, 1991).

  80. Hamburg, G. M. Boris Chicherin and Early Russian Liberalism, 1828-1866 (Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1992).

  81. Hassell, James. "Implementation of the Russian Table of Ranks During the Eighteenth Century," Slavic Review 29 (June 1970): [283]-295.

  82. Haywood, Richard. The Beginnings of Railway Development in Russia in the Reign of Nicholas I, 1835-1842 (Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 1969).

  83. Hildermeier, Manfred. "Social Change in the Russian Merchantry During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century," in D. K. Rowney, ed., Imperial Power and Development: Papers on Prerevolutionary Russian History; Selected Papers From the Third World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies (Columbus: Slavica, 1990), [116]-133.

  84. Hingley, Ronald. Dostoyevsky: His Life and Work (NY: C. Scribner's Sons, 1978).

  85. Hunt, Lynn. Politics, Culture and Class in the French Revolution (Berkeley: Univ. of Calif. Press, 1984).

  86. Hunter, J. Paul. Before Novels: the Cultural Contexts of Eighteenth-Century English Fiction (NY: Norton, 1990).


    I-L

  87. Istoriia knizhnoi torgovli, ed. A. A. Govorov (Moscow: Kniga, 1982).

  88. Iuditskii, A. D. "Evreiskaia burzhuaziia i evreiskie rabochie v tekstil'noi promyshlennosti pervoi poloviny XIX v.," Istoricheskii sbornik, no. 4 (1935): 107-133.

  89. Jauss, Hans Robert. "Literary History as a Challenge to Literary Theory," New Literary History 2 (1970): [7]-37.

  90. Kafengauz, B. B. "Kupecheskie memuary XIX v.," in Moskovskii krai v ego proshlom (Moscow: Tip-lit. Voennoi akademii RKKA, 1928), 105-128.

  91. Kashin, N. P. "Al'manakhi dvadtsatykh-sorokovykh godov," in V. Ia. Adariukov, ed., Kniga v Rossii, vol. 2: Deviatnadtsatyi vek (Moscow: Gos. izd-vo, 1925), 100-138.

  92. Katz, Michael. "Introduction" in Alexander Herzen, Who is to Blame, trans. M. Katz (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1984).

  93. Keep, J. H. L. "From the Pistol to the Pen: the Military Memoir as a Source on the Social History of Pre-Reform Russia," Cahiers du monde russe et sovi?tique XXI, nos. 3-4 (1980): 295-320.

  94. Kishkin, Lev. Aleksandr Filippovich Smirdin: k istorii smirdinskogo fonda Slavianskoi biblioteki (Prague: Gosudarstvennaia biblioteka ChSR, Slavianskaia biblioteka, 1987).

  95. Klancher, Jon P. The Making of English Reading Audiences, 1790-1832 (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1987).

  96. Kleimenova, R. N. Knizhnaia Moskva pervoi poloviny XIX veka (Moscow: Nauka, 1991).

  97. Knigotorgovye katalogi pervoi poloviny XIX veka, ed. V. O. Osipov (Moscow: Poligr. in-t, 1976).

  98. Kopanev, A. I. Naselenie Peterburga v pervoi polovine XIX veka (Moscow: Izd-vo Akademii nauk SSSR, 1957).

  99. Kostin, A. M. "K obrazovaniiu uma i serdtsa: publichnye biblioteki v uezdnykh gorodakh Rossii v pervoi polovine XIX v.," Biblioteka, nos. 9-10 (1992), 23-25.

  100. Kozlov, V. P. "Istoriia gosudarstva Rossiiskogo" N. M. Karamzina v otsenke sovremennikov (Moscow: Nauka, 1989).

  101. Kufaev, M. N. Istoriia russkoi knigi v XIX veke (Leningrad: Nachatki znanii, 1927).

  102. Laski, Marghanita. George Eliot and her World (London: Thames & Hudson, 1973).

  103. LeBlanc, Ronald. The Russianization of Gil Blas: a Study in Literary Appropriation (Columbus: Slavica, 1986).

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  105. Levin, Iu. D. "Prizhiznennaia slava Val'tera Skotta v Rossii," in Epokha romantizma: iz istorii mezhdunarodnykh sviazei russkoi literatury (Leningrad: Nauka, 1975), 5-57.

  106. Lincoln, W. Bruce. "Daily Life of St. Petersburg Officials in the Mid-Nineteenth Century," Oxford Slavonic Papers VIII (1975): 82-100.

  107. Lincoln, W. Bruce. In the Vanguard of Reform: Russia's Enlightened Bureaucrats, 1825-1861 (DeKalb: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 1982).

  108. Lincoln, W. Bruce. Nikolai Miliutin: an Enlightened Russian Bureaucrat of the 19th Century (Newtonville, Mass.: Oriental Research Partners, 1977).

  109. Litvinova, G. S. "I. I. Lazhechnikov," in I. I. Lazhechnikov, Sochineniia v dvukh tomakh (Moscow: Gos. izd-vo khudozh. lit-ry, 1963), 5-[25].

  110. Lotman, Iurii. "Concerning Khlestakov," in Alexander and Alice. S. Nakhimovsky, eds., The Semiotics of Russian Cultural History (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1985), 150-187.


    M-P

  111. McFarlin, H. A. "The Extension of the Imperial Russian Civil Service to the Lowest Office Workers: the Creation of the Chancery Clerkship, 1827-1833," Russian History 1 (1974), [1]-17.

  112. McGrew, Roderick. Russia and the Cholera, 1823-1832 (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1965).

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  114. Machor, James L. "Historical Hermeneutics and Antebellum Fiction: Gender, Response Theory and Interpretive Contexts," in idem, ed., Readers in History: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Contexts of Response (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Pres, 1993), [54]-84.

  115. Malia, Martin. Alexander Herzen and the Birth of Russian Socialism, 1812-1855 (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1961).

  116. Malykhin, N. G. Ocherki po istorii izdatel'skogo dela v SSSR (Moscow: Kniga, 1965).

  117. Mandrou, Robert. De la culture populaire aux 17e et 18e si?cles (Paris: Imago, 1964).

  118. Marker, Gary. Publishing, Printing and the Origins of Intellectual Life in Russia, 1700-1800 (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1985).

  119. Martynov, I. "Slovesnost' i kommertsiia: knigotorgovtsy i knizhnaia torgovlia v russkoi zhurnalistike nachala XIX v.," Knizhnaia torgovlia: opyt, problemy, issledovaniia 7 (1980), 181-198.

  120. Mathes, W. L. "The Process of Institutionalization of Education in Tsarist Russia, 1800-1917," in D. Rowney, ed, Russian and Slavic History (Columbus: Slavica, 1977), 26-48.

  121. Meynieux, Andr?. Pouchkine, homme de lettres et la litt?rature professionelle en Russie (Paris: Librairie des Cinq Continents, 1966).

  122. Mironov, B. N. Russkii gorod v 1740-1860-e gody: demograficheskoe, sotsial'noe i ekonomicheskoe razvitie (Leningrad: Nauka, 1990).

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  124. Mirsky, D. S. A History of Russian Literature From Its Beginnings to 1900 (NY: Vintage, 1958).

  125. Monas, Sidney. The Third Section: Police and Society Under Nicholas I (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1961).

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  128. Nifontov, A. S. 1848 god v Rossii (Moscow: Gos. uchebno-pedagog. izd-vo, 1931).

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  141. Poznanskii, V. V. Ocherk formirovaniia russkoi natsional'noi kul'tury: pervaia polovina XIX veka (Moscow: Mysl', 1975).


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  142. Remnek, Miranda Beaven. "?A Larger Portion of the Public?: Fiction, Journals and Female Readers in the Early Reign of Nicholas I," in An Improper Profession: Women, Gender & Journalism in Late Imperial Russia, ed. Barbara Norton and Jehanne Gheith (Durham, NC: Duke Univ. Press, 2001), pp. 26-52.

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