FROM LITERARY HERITAGE

Olga Voronina. “But how can this living water be used?” (crossed out): From the castoff ending of “Camera Obscura” to “Lolita”

MEMOIRS. LETTERS. DIARIES

Olga Sluzhaeva. Two outlooks on Alexander Dobrolubov’s life: Selections from the correspondence between experts on religious sects Elizaveta Molostvova and Alexander Prugavin

INSTITUTIONS OF LITERARY SUCCESS IN RUSSIAN MODERNISM

An editor’s note

Edward Waysband. The Grain’s Way: An episode of Vladislav Khodasevich’s “rehabilitation” in the Soviet Union (Leonid Chertkov and the Concise Literary Encyclopedia)

Elena Glukhovskaya. Marietta Shaginyan’s “sweet interventions in the ‘Musaget’ schedule

Leonid Livak. Failure as the ideal model of artistic success in late Russian Modernist culture

Gennadii Obatnin. From the literary life of educational institutions (on the example of the Psycho-Neurological Institute in St. Peterburg, 1908–1917)

Alexander Sobolev. Vadim Bayan and advertising technologies

Elena Takho-Godi. Leonid Semenov: on the history of a failed literary reputation

Leonid Semenov. I. Poems of 1912–1919. II. Poems and humoresque from the family journal “Mayak” of 1947–1948.

Editing and notes by Elena Takho-Godi

Roman Timenchik. Successes of Anna Akhmatova

Tomi Huttunen. “Mr. Grosswald Does Miracles”: On the history of the early success of Russian literature in Finland

ARTICLES. NOTES. MATERIALS

Nikolay Vasilyev, Dmitriy Zhatkin. New archival data on the authorship of the anonymous poem “To the Present War” (1854)

Alexey Kholikov. “The Village of Vinci” by D.S. Merezhkovsky: from the creative history of the novel about Leonardo

Igor Pilshchikov, Andrei Ustinov. Viktor Shklovsky’s début in the Moscow Linguistic Circle: From “history of the novel” to “unraveling of the literary plot”

Аndrei Babikov. Capital Restoration. The Russian version of “Lolita”: From the manuscript to the book

TEXTUAL CRITICISM ISSUES

Maxim Frolov. “The great experience is accumulated, but not generalized…”: Unpublished reports and notes by J.G. Oksman

LITERARY GUIDES AND DICTIONARIES

Oleg Pereverzev, Sergei Subbotin. From the dictionary “Russian Writers. 1800–1917” (Ye.Ye. Yashnov)

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