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2. 100 i 1 tsitata [2018]

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154 pages
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202 pages ; 21 cm
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539 pages ; 22 cm.
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444 pages ; 22 cm.
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299 pages ; 21 cm.
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7. 2 knigi deti͡am [2017]

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79 pages : color illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
  • Khad Gad'i͡a / Ėlʹ Lisit͡skiĭ
  • Ingl-T͡Singl-khvat / Mani Leĭb ; narisoval Ėlizer Lisit͡skiĭ.
  • Хад Гадья / Эль Лисицкий
  • Ингл-Цингл-хват / Мани Лейб ; нарисовал Элизер Лисицкий.
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8. 2000 let. [2018]

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60 pages
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154 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 22 cm
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191 pages ; 21 cm
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429 pages ; 23 cm
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12. Anna Karenina [2017]

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1 online resource (streaming video file) (136 minutes) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
This multiple award-winning Vakhtangov Theatre production of Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece, Anna Karenina tells the story entirely in contemporary dance. In this way, Cholina succeeds in finding the equivalent of Tolstoy's words in harmony and movement, with every gesture holding meaning. The music of Alfred Schnittke helps to reveal the characters and their depth, together with elegance and mood. A crowd favorite in Moscow which plays to sold-out houses month after month, this meticulously detailed and gorgeous Anna Karenina is an example of the new Russian theater scene, fearlessly focusing on the visceral, allowing audience members to form their own interpretations.
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104 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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149 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
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283 pages ; 21 cm.
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414 pages ; 21 cm.
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249 pages ; 21 cm
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359 pages : illustrations, color illustrations ; 29 cm
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660 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Alexander Zholkovsky: from the life of meaning to the meaning of life = Aleksandr Zholkovskiĭ: Ot zhizni logosa k logosu zhizni / Dennis Ioffe, Marcus Levitt, Joe Peschio, and Igor Pilshchikov
  • "Dear Iosif Vissarionovich": the unmaking of Kalatozov's Mountain Eagles / Anthony Anemone
  • Notes towards an evolutionary poetics / David Bethea
  • "Protiv invarianta ne popreshʹ" / Mikhail Bezrodny
  • Nepodt͡senzurnye redakt͡sii kak podtekst: k literaturnoĭ istorii poslanii͡a Pushkina "K.A. Timashevoĭ" / Alina Bodrova
  • Zametki o pesni͡akh Bulata Okudzhavy / Nikolai Bogomolov
  • Pobedy realizma / John E. Bowlt
  • "I'll permit myself to continue for Pasternak": the reflections on Olga Sedakova's long modernist century / Marijeta Bozovic
  • Rezhisser kak zvezda: Sergeĭ Ėĭzenshteĭn v portretakh i avtoportretakh / Oksana Bulgakowa
  • Ot Varrona do Panara: Kommentariĭ k "Obedam" Baratynskogo / Andrei Dobritsyn
  • Vosled Zholkovskomu. Pi͡at' zametok o rasskaze Nabokova "Vesna v Fial'te" / Alexander Dolinin
  • Paradoksal'nye rechevye akty v literature: transformativy i kontraformativy / Mikhail Epstein
  • Creating a sincere voice: one poetic device in Pushkin's lyrics of the 1830s / Stuart Goldberg
  • Sacred violence in blok's "Dvenadtsat'" / Vladimir Golstein
  • Chto takoe semanticheskoe izdanie i pochemu v budushchem vse izdanii͡a stanut semanticheskimi? / Mikhail Gronas, Boris Orekhov
  • "Scribo, quia absurdum" u Daniila Kharmsa: tramvaĭnye voprosy / Aage Hansen-Löve
  • "I͡A
  • gorod" iz stekla, ili Prozrachnost' i zver' v romane Zami͡atina "My" / Leonid Heller
  • Bomba / Yuri Leving
  • Trikster vs. trikster: "Uchiteli͡a" i "ucheniki" u Ėrenburga, Oleshi, Bulgakova i Babeli͡a / Mark Lipovetsky
  • "Wordlets": one of Zholkovsky's major contributions to the notion of deep-syntactic structure / Igor Mel'čuk
  • "Indii͡a pustʹ": Obosnovanie chuzhoĭ odushevlennosti / Michael Meylac
  • Fedor Pavlovich Karamazov
  • chelovek pushkinskoĭ ėpokhi / Igor Nemirovsky
  • Magii͡a starinnogo slova: O li͡ubovnoĭ ėlegii Osipa Mandel'shtama "Tristia" / Lada Panova
  • Dmitry Golynko and the weaponization of discourse poetry / Kevin M.F. Platt
  • Small talk, whimsy, and gravitas: a few quasi-Zholkovskian vignettes of encounters with Lidiia Ginzburg / Sarah Pratt
  • "I bezdny mrachnoĭ na krai͡u" / Oleg Proskurin
  • Seeing the forest through the trees: the underlying structure of Gumilev's "Les" / Barry P. Scherr
  • Kniga Iova v "Brat'i͡akh Karamazovykh", ili "nadryvnai͡a" teodit͡sei͡a / Wolf Schmid
  • Structures of time and the topos of ruin in Kira Muratova's "Among Grey Stones" / Andreas Schönle
  • The paradox of Tolstoyan interiority / Thomas Seifrid
  • Obnazhenie mastera, zasekrechivai͡ushchego priem (Istochniki gruneval'dskogo ėpizoda v romane Vladimira Nabokova "Dar") / Igor P. Smirnov
  • Organicity: from the history of a discourse / Galin Tihanov
  • Iz gogolevskoĭ antroponimiki / Boris Uspensky
  • La Leçon d'Anatomie: kak t͡sar' Petr svoikh poddannykh ot brezglivosti ne otuchil / Ilya Vinitsky
  • "Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels ... ": some notes on Velimir Khlebnikov's "Liminal" neology / Ronald Vroon
  • Four notes on Pushkin's prose / Michael Wachtel
  • Can we know the writer from his work? The case of Alexander Zholkovsky / Willem G. Weststeijn
  • Aleksei Balabanov's "Cinema about Cinema" / Frederick H. White
  • Simvolika peresechenii͡a granit͡s v vostochnoslavi͡anskikh zagovorakh / Aleksey Yudin
  • Imperator ili kni͡azʹ? (Kommentatorskai͡a vin'etka) / Andrei Zorin.
This bilingual collection in honor of the great scholar and writer Alexander Zholkovsky brings together new work from forty-four leading scholars in nine countries. Like Zholkovsky's oeuvre, this volume covers a broad range of subjects and employs an array of approaches. Topics range from Russian syntax to Peter the Great, literary theory, and Russian film. The articles are rooted in computational analysis, literary memoir, formal analysis, cultural history, and a host of other methodological and discursive modes. This collection provides not only a fitting tribute to one of the most fascinating figures of Russian letters but also a remarkable picture of the shape of Russian literary scholarship today.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781618117786 20180409
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319 pages ; 21 cm
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