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2021 №20

Author: Sergei V. Sapozhkov
About the author:

Sergei V. Sapozhkov — DSc in Philology, Professor, Moscow Pedagogical State University; 119435, Malaya Pirogovskaya st., 1/1, Moscow, Russia.


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This publication is the second and third parts of the bibliography of the famous poet, playwright, critic, translator Nikolai Minsky (1855/1856–1937). The second part reflects individual poetry collections, religious and philosophical works and collections of articles by Minsky, as well as his plays, letters, memoirs and translations. In a separate section, it was decided to allocate essays and reports published in the newspaper “Utro Rossii” for 1909–1917 and published under the headings “Letters from Paris” and “Paris (French) Diary”. This part of the bibliography is annotated. The abstracts contain a complete list of lifetime reviews and critical responses, and, if necessary, briefly disclose the content of the publications. The third part contains a bibliography of scientific critical literature about Minsky, as well as information about the publication of the memoirs, diaries and letters of contemporaries, which, in the compiler’s opinion, contain valuable information about Minsky’s life and work. A separate section of the bibliography presents reference books containing biographical articles on Minsky’s life and work. The third part also includes editions of theses about Minsky, defended mainly in 1990–2020.

Keywords: annotated bibliography of N.M. Minsky’s work; collections of poems, religious and philosophical essays, journalism, dramatic texts, translations and individual articles; bibliography of scientific-critical, memoir literature and theses about Minsky; “Letters from Paris”; “Parisian (French) Diary”.
For citation:

Sapozhkov, S.V. “Bibliography of N.M. Minsky’s Works. Parts 2–3.” Literaturnyi fakt, no. 2 (20), 2021, pp. 333–384. (In Russ.)  


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