Keywords: V. N. Anoshkina (Kasatkina), Russian literature, classics, philological school, literary scholars, Moscow Regional Pedagogical Institute named after N. K. Krupskaya.
For citation:

Kiseleva, I. A., Gulin, A. V. “In Memory of Vera Nikolaevna Anoshkina (Kasatkina).” Dva veka russkoi klassiki, vol. 5, no. 1, 2023, pp. 186–195. (In Russ.)

Author: Irina A. Kiseleva
Information about the author:

Irina A. Kiseleva, DSc in Philology, Professor, Head of the Department of Russian Classical Literature, State University of Education, Vera Voloshina St., 24 141014 Mytishchi, Moscow region, Russia.


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Author 2: Alexander V. Gulin
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Alexander V. Gulin, DSc in Philology, Leading Research Fellow, A. M. Gorky institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Povarskaya 25 a, 121069 Moscow, Russia.

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Received: March 04, 2023
Approved after reviewing: March 10, 2023
Published: March 25, 2023
Issue: 2023 Volume 5 No. 1
Department: Scientific Life
Pages: 186–195

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This obituary is dedicated to the talented scientist, researcher of Russian classical literature and experienced teacher Vera Nikolaevna Anoshkina (1929–2023). The authors of the obituary list brief information about the life and academic work of V. N. Anoshkina, talk about the place of her work, her friendship with colleagues from IWL RAS, and their joint activities. The presented text indicates circle of Anoshkina’s scientific interests, especially her increased interest in the axiological sphere of Russian classics, and reports about her pedagogical talent, inexhaustible strength and thirst for an active life. The obituary is accompanied by an excerpt from Anoshkina’s book about the life and work of V. A. Zhukovsky.


Anoshkina-Kasatkina, V. N. Russkii romantizm. V. A. Zhukovskii, A. S. Pushkin [Russian Romanticism. V. A. Zhukovsky, A. S. Pushkin]. Moscow, Moscow State Regional University Publ., 2014. 400 p. (In Russ.)