RUSSIAN STUDIES: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

RUSSIAN STUDIES: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Russian Studies I I 79 THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY By LINDSEY A. J. HvGHEs,LecturerinRussianinthe University of Reading I. GENERAL LITERARY HISTORY AND THEORY. XVIII 6eK. C6opHuK cmameu. 13, ed. G. P. MakogonenkoandA. M. Panchenko, Ld, 'H', Ig8I, 293 pp., the latest in an always eagerly anticipated series, is entitled ITpo6l!eM'bt ucmopuJMa 6 pyccKou l!umepamype. Ko'Het! XVIII-'Hat{OJW XIX 6., which in fact describes only half the contents, Partu being a miscellany, with articles by S. I. Nikolaev on a translation from the Polish poet Lubomirski, S. A. Kibal'nik on French influence on Trediakovsky's aesthetic views, V. E. Kholshevnikov on the metric preferences of certain I 8th-c. poets, V. D. Rak on V. A. Prikonsky, a member of the Tver' literary circle in the I nos- I 790S, I. F. Martynov on the sad tale of the printer I. N. Trediakovsky and N. P. Drobova on biographical anecdotes. The title section, with introduction by Makogonenko, approaches the subject from various angles with both comparative background materials (G. M. Fridlender on historicism in the allegedly 'anti-historical' Enlightenment; Yu. M. Lotman on the theory of historical development; N. A. Zhirmunskaya on Herder) and Russian examples. Amongst the latter there is a natural focus on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies Brill

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Russian Studies I I 79 THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY By LINDSEY A. J. HvGHEs,LecturerinRussianinthe University of Reading I. GENERAL LITERARY HISTORY AND THEORY. XVIII 6eK. C6opHuK cmameu. 13, ed. G. P. MakogonenkoandA. M. Panchenko, Ld, 'H', Ig8I, 293 pp., the latest in an always eagerly anticipated series, is entitled ITpo6l!eM'bt ucmopuJMa 6 pyccKou l!umepamype. Ko'Het! XVIII-'Hat{OJW XIX 6., which in fact describes only half the contents, Partu being a miscellany, with articles by S. I. Nikolaev on a translation from the Polish poet Lubomirski, S. A. Kibal'nik on French influence on Trediakovsky's aesthetic views, V. E. Kholshevnikov on the metric preferences of certain I 8th-c. poets, V. D. Rak on V. A. Prikonsky, a member of the Tver' literary circle in the I nos- I 790S, I. F. Martynov on the sad tale of the printer I. N. Trediakovsky and N. P. Drobova on biographical anecdotes. The title section, with introduction by Makogonenko, approaches the subject from various angles with both comparative background materials (G. M. Fridlender on historicism in the allegedly 'anti-historical' Enlightenment; Yu. M. Lotman on the theory of historical development; N. A. Zhirmunskaya on Herder) and Russian examples. Amongst the latter there is a natural focus on

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Published: Mar 13, 1983

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