2023 Volume 5 No. 2



Russian Literature of the 18th–19th Centuries


Liubov A. Sapchenko.
A Sensitive Author and a Strict Historian in the Essay by N. M. Karamzin “On the Moscow Rebellion in the Reign of Alexei Mikhailovich”

Olga B. Kafanova.
The First “Thick” Journal in Russia: To the 220th Anniversary of Nikolay Karamzin’s “Vestnik Evropy”

Elena A. Fedorova, Victoria V. Liubarets.
The Dreamer and the Underground Hero of M. Yu. Lermontov and F. M. Dostoevsky in the Light of the Ethical Teachings of A. A. Ukhtomsky


Textual Criticism. Source Study


Alexander D. Ivinskiy.
“All Sorts of Things,” Trediakovsky and “Fenelon”

Marina I. Shcherbakova.
Sevastopol Stories by L. N. Tolstoy as a Document of the Epoch

Natalia V. Mokina.
F. M. Dostoevsky and A. N. Ostrovsky: To the Problem of Literary Sources of Characters and Collisions in the Drama “Without a Dowry”


Scientific Life


Anna A. Fedotova.
On the Phenomenon of the Epic Novel: A New Monograph on Russian Classical Literature

Vladimir V. Tikhomirov.
A New Book about the Creative Heritage of F. M. Dostoevsky in the Perception of his Contemporaries

Sofianina A. Sterlikova.
Results of the XVIII Spring Tolstoy Readings


To the 90th Birthday of Pyotr Vasilievich Palievsky


Materials of the Round Table in Memory of P. V. Palievsky

Viktor M. Guminskiy.
From the Memoirs of P. V. Palievskiy

Alexander V. Gulin.
Time of Palievsky

Ivan N. Afanasyev.
Solovyovo Crossing of Peter Palievsky, or Life and Death of Ideas in Dialogues about War and Peace

Galina N. Kovaleva.
P. V. Palievsky as My First Reader