Resource: Apollon journal full print run facsimile; audio recordings from the centennial conference on Apollon held at the Pushkin House November 9, 2009; edited volume of archival materials (ed. P.V. Dmitriev); and 1967 dissertation on Apollon and Russian Modernism by Denis Mickiewicz
Description: Apollon was a monthly literary journal published in St. Petersburg between 1909 and 1918; founded by critic Sergei Makovsky, it included on its editorial board I.F. Annensky, A. N. Benois, Vyacheslav Ivanov, and A.L. Volynsky, and among its contributors Аlexander Blok, Valery Bryusov, Мaximilian Voloshin, Osip Mandel'stam, М. А. Kuzmin, Nikolai Gumilev, G. I. Chulkov, Boris Eichenbaum, Boris Tomashevsky, Lev Bakst, N. N. Vrangel, М. V. Dobuzhinsky, N. N. Evreinov, V. E. Meyerhold, and Nikolai Punin, among others.
Type of resource: Facsimile edition; conference audio; e-book, dissertation
Format: pdf and mp3 downloads
Source: Vyacheslav Ivanov Research Center in Rome (www.v-ivanov.it)