Now online and in print: Russian Literature, volume 86, 2016. Apart from a number of analyses devoted to Dostoevky and other classics of nineteenth-century Russian literature, this issue of the renowned periodical Russian Literature includes studies of key titles in early twentieth-century Russian writing. Neda Andric tackles religious and philosophical dimensions in Merezhkovskii's work, for instance; and Anna Klatis and Andrei Andrey Rossomahin trace Hoffmannian allusions in Maiakovskii's 'Backbone Flute.'
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