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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Prisons -- Russia

Book details:

Edition Notes

Translation of Tiur"my i ssylki. Bibliography: p. 373-374.

StatementWith a short introd. by G. Jankovsky. Translated from the Russian by P.S. Squire.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 374 p. port. ;
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19231050M

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the value of the book lie in the comparison of prison life before and after This too we know, and, in any case, Ivanov-Razum-nik's brief and almost comic encounter with the tsarist police and prisons was hardly typical. To grasp the meaning and the achieve-ment of Ivanov-Razumnik's memoirs, one must have Kafka in mind. The similarities. Razumnik Vasilyevich Ivanov-Razumnik (real surname - Ivanov; Разумник Васильевич Иванов-Разумник; December 24 , Tiflis, Georgia, then Russian Empire, - July 9, , Munich, Germany was a Soviet Russian writer, philosopher and literary critic, best known for his book History of Russian Social Thought (, in two volumes) and the series of essays on post Alma mater: Saint Petersburg State University. The book was written by the critic Razumnik Ivanov-Razumnik (), Tiflis born leader of the pre-revolutionary literary group 'Skify' (Scythians) that were close enough to the Left Socialist Revolutionaries. The Memoirs of Ivanov-Razumnik (introduced by G. Jankovsky, translated by P. S. Squire). London, OUP, pp. 35s. This is a translation of Ivanov-Razumnik's Tyur'my i ssylki (Prisons and exiles)., The choice of a different title is justified because in English the plural 'exiles' would refer to persons rather than to the institution itself.

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SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival collections at cultural heritage institutions.   Soviet Memoir Literature in English Translation. UW–Madison Libraries Services during COVID–19 COVID–19 Library DashboardAuthor: Andy Spencer.   Among those who were in jail much longer than three to four months were K. Ivanenko, “Shlema,” BA, pp. 3–4 (eight months); Kosterina, Dnevnik, p. (her father spent twenty-six months); Boikov, Liudi, 1: (noting an engineer who spent at least a year; Boikov himself spent eighteen months); Ivanov-Razumnik, Memoirs, p. (twenty-one Cited by: The R.V. Ivanov-Razumnik Diary of — A daily account of literary critic and intellectual historian Ivanov-Razumnik's life () chronicling events in Nazi Germany during R.V. Ivanov-Razumnik Tiur'my i ssylki (Prisons and Exiles) — Original typescript with handwritten additions by Ivanov-Razumnik of his memoirs, written in.