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Fri Mar 21 17:08:31 2014 UTClccn-n500446100.32Russian literature and culture in the West /0.551.00Elena Wilson papers,22948618n 5004461079770Karlinskiĭ, SemenKarlinskii, Semen, 1924-....Karlinskii Semen 1924-2009Karlinskij, SemenKarlinskij, Semen, 1924-2009Karlinskij, Semen Arkad'jevič, 1924-2009カーリンスキー, サイモンlccn-n81015312Набоков, Владимир Владимирович1899-1977lccn-n79043459Wilson, Edmund1895-1972lccn-n79130807Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich1860-1904lccn-n79122488T︠S︡vetaeva, Marina1892-1941lccn-n79056736Гоголь, Николай Васильевич1809-1852lccn-n50023534Appel, Alfrededtlccn-n80163657Zlobin, Vladimirlccn-n50036584Gippius, Z. N.(Zinaida Nikolaevna)1869-1945lccn-n82077187Flier, Michael S.edtlccn-n80070312Leyland, Winston1940-Karlinsky, SimonRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryHistoryAuthors, RussianChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,Authors, AmericanWilson, Edmund,Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich,Poets, RussianUnited StatesCriticsT︠S︡vetaeva, Marina,Russian literatureCorrespondence (Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich)Russian dramaSex in literatureMan-woman relationshipsGogolʹ, Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich,Russian literature--Foreign countriesWomen poets, RussianGippius, Z. N.--(Zinaida Nikolaevna),Latin American poetryGay menBrazilian fictionGay men's writings, Latin AmericanRussiaSlavic philologySoviet UnionCivilizationRussian poetrySlavic literatureMcLean, Hugh,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich,Modernism (Literature)Music and literaturePushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich,Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich,Stravinsky, Igor,AutobiographiesWhitfield, Francis J.--(Francis James),Karlinsky, SimonAaron, Daniel,Universities and colleges--FacultyAmerican literatureCalifornia--BerkeleyRussian literature--Study and teachingStruve familyEdel, Leon,Nabokova, VeraWilson, Elena,Thornton familyWilson, Helen Miranda,19242009193219641965196619691970197119731975197619771979198019811982198519861987198819891990199119921994199519971999200120042013741068194BPG3458.A3ocn000653596ocn004157021ocn466535931ocn299353510ocn440971926ocn312202794ocn464728965ocn469137611ocn722697815ocn611698741ocn185443057ocn320236322ocn440971926ocn456231334120414ocn004834334book19790.35Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe Nabokov-Wilson letters : correspondence between Vladimir Nabokov and Edmund Wilson, 1940-1971BiographyRecords and correspondence8837ocn000653596book19730.37Chekhov, Anton PavlovichLetters of Anton ChekhovRecords and correspondence71911ocn010753646book19850.56Karlinsky, SimonRussian drama from its beginnings to the age of PushkinHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc70514ocn002225044book19760.59Karlinsky, SimonThe sexual labyrinth of Nikolai GogolCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoogt te bewijzen dat Gogol homoseksueel was door zijn teksten allemaal na te lezen op gelijkgeslachtelijke warmte+-+12707917753246689ocn003396213book19770.53The Bitter air of exile : Russian writers in the West, 1922-197260712ocn000557113book19640.59Karlinsky, SimonMarina Cvetaeva : her life and artCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography5579ocn002151398book19730.56Chekhov, Anton PavlovichAnton Chekhov's life and thought : selected letters and commentaryRecords and correspondence+-+251966563552513ocn012052926book19850.63Karlinsky, SimonMarina Tsvetaeva : the woman, her world, and her poetryBiography+-+69202767053665ocn005989459book19800.73Zlobin, VladimirA difficult soul : Zinaida GippiusBiography3065ocn044720578book20010.70Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichDear Bunny, Dear Volodya : the Nabokov-Wilson letters, 1940-1971Records and correspondence"Simon Karlinsky has substantially expanded and revised the first edition of Vladimir Nabokov and Edmund Wilson's correspondence to include fifty-nine letters discovered subsequent to the book's original publication in 1979. Since then five volumes of Edmund Wilson's diaries have been published, as well as a volume of Nabokov's correspondence with other people and Brian Boyd's definitive two-volume biography of Nabokov. The additional letters and a considerable body of new annotations clarify the correspondence, tracing in greater detail the two decades of close friendship between the writers. This expanded edition also reveals their growing animosity, perceptible in repeated disagreements on such subjects as Russian history and revolution and the value of certain authors. The decades of friendship and mutual appreciation came to a dramatic end in 1965, with Wilson's vehement attack in print on Nabokov's annotated edition of Pushkin's novel Eugene Onegin. These letters outline the mutual affection and closeness of the two writers, but also reveal the slow crescendo of mutual resentment, mistrust and rejection."--BOOK JACKET+-+85357757052041ocn005029606book19790.76Leyland, WinstonNow the volcano : an anthology of Latin American gay literature1253ocn016085538book19870.94Language, literature, linguistics : in honor of Francis J. Whitfield, on his seventieth birthday, March 25, 19861035ocn031692034book19940.92For SK : in celebration of the life and career of Simon KarlinskyCriticism, interpretation, etc806ocn006661609book19800.88Poplavskiĭ, BorisSobranie sochineniĭ775ocn032377439book19950.88O Rus! : studia litteraria slavica in honorem Hugh McLeanCriticism, interpretation, etc653ocn851087888book20130.93Karlinsky, SimonFreedom from violence and lies : essays on Russian poetry and musicCriticism, interpretation, etc362ocn018095811book19880.56Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichCorrespondance : 1940-1971283ocn021217874book19890.94Pereleshin, ValeriĭPoėma bez predmetaBiographyPoetry231ocn003668720book19730.32Russian literature and culture in the West215ocn611998522book19950.32Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichBriefwechsel mit Edmund Wilson, 1940-1971Records and correspondence+-+540677449832411ocn702171935mix1.00Wilson, ElenaElena Wilson papersHistoryArchivesThe collection consists of correspondence, literary manuscripts, printed materials, and personal and family papers documenting the life of Elena Wilson and her work as literary executor of Edmund Wilson. The bulk of the collection dates from 1972-1979, after Edmund's death; also present are a small amount of early papers and documents of Elena's family. Series I, Correspondence, includes letters from Edmund Wilson, letters of condolence received after his death, and correspondence concerning Elena's work as his literary executor. Correspondents include Leon Edel, Daniel Aaron, Simon Karlisky, and Vera Nabokova11ocn865193950mix1.00Karlinsky, SimonSimon Karlinsky papersCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesIncludes correspondence, manuscripts, curricular materials, research files and notebooks documenting Karlinsky's career as a professor of Russian Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Also includes musical scores composed by Karlinsky11ocn021529114book19901.00Molloy, MollySimon Karlinsky : a bibliographyBibliography+-+6920276705+-+6920276705Fri Mar 21 15:14:40 EDT 2014batch17344