Russian Literature and Journalism in the Pre-revolutionary Era

  • Bunakov-Fondaminsky I.I. Ways of Russia

    Classification – name: Literary studies
    Format: Hardback
    Dimensions: 70х100/16
    Pages: 688
    Publisher: A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IWL RAS Publ.)
    Rights – description: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 (СС BY-ND)
    Rights – URL: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/
    Language of the publication: Russian
    Type of document: Monograph
    Funder: Russian Science Foundation (RSF)
    Funder – grant number: 20-18-00003
    DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.22455/978-5-9208-0631-4
    ISBN: 978-5-9208-0631-4
    Year of publication: 2020
    Date of publication: 28.11.2020
    Place of publication: Moscow

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    Bunakov-Fondaminsky, I.I. Ways of Russia. Text compilation and preparation under the editorship of O.A. Korostelev, E.A. Andrushchenko; afterword and commentary by E.A. Andrushchenko. Мoscow, IWL RAS Publ., 2020. 688 p.https://doi.org/10.22455/978-5-9208-0631-4
    Editors: Elena A. Andrushchenko, Oleg A. Korostelev
    Keywords: Fondaminsky, Russian history, Moscow period, empire, land community, Western viewpoint.
    Abstract:

    This publication commences a new scientific series dedicated to forms of interaction between Russian liter- ature and journalism in the crisis epoch of the early twentieth century. It contains works penned by I. Bunakov (real name: Ilya Isidorovich Fondaminsky, 1880–1942), a highly eminent personality in the history of Russia. I. Bunakov is known as a revolutionary and columnist, social activist and Christian martyr, thinker, scientist and editor. He had a short but vibrant life of a Russian intellectual, following his country through the most dramatic days of its history of the past century. Having developed as a social activist and columnist in the pre-revolution- ary years, I. Bunakov was a member of the Esers Party’s Central Committee, a representative of the Provisional Government in the Black Sea fleet, and a member of the Constituent Assembly. In 1919 he emigrated and be- came one of the founders and editors of “Sovremennye zapiski” (1920–1940) and “Novyi grad” (1931–1939) journals, of the alliance and almanac “Krug”; he encouraged the association “Pravoslavnoe delo”, as well as many circles, societies and organizations. Being on friendly terms with Z.N. Gippius and D.S. Merezhkovsky, B.V. Savinkov and Mother Maria, I.A. Bunin and V.V. Nabokov, he ardently supported writers and scholars by estab- lishing publishing houses, organizing literary events and creating theatre companies. The publication includes I.I. Fondaminsky’s central historiosophic work “Ways of Russia” that has only been published once, together with his articles in emigrant periodicals. These reflect on experiences of social and political struggle during the pre-revolutionary period, during the years of Russian revolutions, and also on their historical causes.

  • Russian Literature and Journalism in the Pre-revolutionary Era: Forms of Interaction and Methodology of Analysis

    Classification – name: Literary studies
    Format: Hardback
    Dimensions: 70×100 1/16
    Pages: 768
    Publisher: A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IWL RAS Publ.)
    Rights – description: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 (СС BY-ND)
    Rights – URL: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/
    Language of the publication: Russian
    Type of document: Collection of articles
    Funder: Russian Science Foundation
    Funder – grant number: 20-18-00003
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.22455/978-5-9208-0661-1
    ISBN: 978-5-9208-0661-1
    Year of publication: 2021
    Date of publication: 11.09.2021
    Place of publication: Moscow

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    Russian Literature and Journalism in the Pre-revolutionary Era: Forms of Interaction and Methodology of Analysis: a collective monograph / еd. and comp. A.A. Kholikov, with the participation of E.I. Orlova. Moscow, IWL RAS Publ., 2021. 768 p. (In Russian)
    Editors: Aleksey A. Kholikov
    Keywords: Russian literature, journalism, newspapers, Russian revolution, methodology.