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Sini︠a︡vskiĭ, A. (Andreĭ) 1925-1997

Overview
Works: 274 works in 826 publications in 12 languages and 8,225 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Trials, litigation, etc  Biography  Diaries  History  Church history  Records and correspondence  Poetry  Personal narratives 
Roles: Author, Other, Author of introduction, Interviewer, Honoree, pre, Interviewee, Contributor
Classifications: PG3476.S539, 891.7342
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Soviet civilization : a cultural history by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

32 editions published between 1988 and 2001 in 5 languages and held by 1,010 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For freedom of imagination by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

16 editions published between 1963 and 1973 in 3 languages and held by 833 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Russian intelligentsia by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

8 editions published between 1997 and 2014 in English and Polish and held by 374 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In 1990, after the fall of Soviet communism, Andrei Sinyavsky went home to Russia. In exile for nearly two decades, the writer known as Abram Tertz had suffered prison and oppression for liberating both the writer and reader from the constraints of totalitarianism. The Russian Intelligentsia is the record of an exile's return - both a riveting chronicle of poverty, crime, and corruption and a passionate call for Russian intellectuals to rearm in a new struggle for freedom and democracy. Sinyavsky creates a vivid picture of today's Russian intelligentsia and its role as conscience and critic since the fall of communism in 1989, as well as a chilling portrait of economic and political stagnation under Yeltsin. He revisits the historically troubled relationship of the Russian intelligentsia and the "masses" for whom it has traditionally spoken. Drawing striking parallels to the role of intellectuals under the czar, he finds that contemporary writers and artists have lost touch with popular interests. Having abandoned Gorbachev, the hero of perestroika, the Russian intelligentsia turned to Yeltsin and supported his crushing of the October 1993 coup out of fear of "communist" or "fascist" threats from below. The collapse of the well-ordered Soviet cosmos has created new classes of privileged apparatchiks including former exiles and dissidents and new forms of suffering for the poor. The Russian Intelligentsia, a brilliant and passionate polemic that ranks with the fiercest Sinyavsky has written, reasserts the power of free thought and critical understanding in a society grappling with democratic reform
My sister--life and A sublime malady by Boris Leonidovich Pasternak( Book )

13 editions published in 1965 in Russian and held by 289 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Boris Pasternak is best known in the West for his epic novel Doctor Zhivago, whereas in Russia he is most celebrated as a poet. The two poetry collections offered here in translation are chronological and thematic bookends, and they capture Pasternak's abiding and powerful vision of life: his sense of its beauty and terror, its precariousness for the individual, and its persistence in time - that vitality of being with which he is on familiar and familial terms."--Project Muse
Ivan the fool : a cultural history : Russian folk belief by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

4 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 192 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A voice from the chorus by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

41 editions published between 1973 and 2009 in 6 languages and held by 139 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Andrei Sinyavsky, who writes under the pseudonym of Abram Tertz, has been called by Saul Bellow "one of the most intelligent, most original, and most brilliant of contemporary writers". A noted Russian dissident, he was incarcerated from 1966 to 1971 in Soviet forced labor camps for allowing some of his most satirical writings to be smuggled out of Russia and published in the West. This extraordinary literary work is Sinyavsky's prison memoir. Based on letters to his wife, the diary includes Sinyavsky's meditations on religion, sex, art, literature, and myths - the inner world to which he removed himself to escape from the degradation of prison. Interjected into these thoughts, however, are random snatches of prisoners' conversations - a "chorus" of their tales, legends, songs, and curses that evoke the horror and spiritual desolation of their existence. The result is at once an oblique evocation of prison life, a celebration of literature and art, and a tribute to the endurance of the human spirit. Originally published in 1976, A Voice from the Chorus is now available with a new preface from the author
Strolls with Pushkin by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

28 editions published between 1975 and 2012 in 7 languages and held by 135 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Written while the author was in a Soviet labor camp, these musings deal with Pushkin's real life and poetry, drawing on street anecdotes and caricatures to discuss the sources of his art in eroticism and his lighthearted acceptance of all kinds of people and behavior
"Opavshie Listʹi︠a︡" V.V. Rozanova by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

11 editions published between 1982 and 1992 in Russian and held by 118 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Belai︠a︡ kniga o dele A. Sini︠a︡vskogo i I︠U︡. Daniėli︠a︡( Book )

1 edition published in 1967 in Russian and held by 108 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

V teni Gogoli︠a︡ by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

33 editions published between 1975 and 2009 in 5 languages and held by 107 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ivan-durak : ocherk russkoĭ narodnoĭ very by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

3 editions published between 1991 and 2001 in Russian and held by 101 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sintaksis( )

in Russian and held by 90 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Goodnight! : a novel by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

24 editions published between 1984 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 88 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Autobiografisch relaas van de in 1973 naar Frankrijk geëmigreerde Russische schrijver en literatuurhistoricus (1925- ) van het proces dat in 1966 tegen hem werd aangespannen in de Sovjet-Unie wegens zijn kritische publicaties in het westen, en van zijn straftijd
Mysli vrasplokh by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

31 editions published between 1965 and 2014 in 6 languages and held by 88 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Integrerede filosofiske overvejelser, tanker, sketches og prosadigte
Kolyma Tales by Varlam Shalamov( Book )

19 editions published between 1980 and 1986 in French and Undetermined and held by 85 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Description du degré zéro du stalinisme, l'univers atroce des camps soviétiques de Sibérie orientale. Valeur documentaire et littéraire de premier ordre. Préface, p. 5-13. Postface, p. 1155-1172
Poėzii︠a︡ pervykh let revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii, 1917-1920 by A. N Menʹshutin( Book )

5 editions published in 1964 in Russian and Undetermined and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fantasticheskie povesti by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

28 editions published between 1961 and 1997 in 5 languages and held by 79 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ivan le Simple paganisme, magie et religion du peuple russe by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

7 editions published in 1990 in French and held by 72 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The trial begins by Abram Tert︠s︡( Book )

27 editions published between 1960 and 1977 in 6 languages and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lioubimov, ville aimée : roman by A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ( Book )

17 editions published between 1964 and 1973 in 3 languages and held by 58 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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The Russian intelligentsia
Alternative Names

controlled identityTert︠s︡, Abram, 1925-1997

Abram Terts

Andrei Donatowitsch Sinjawski russischer Schriftsteller

Andrei Siniavski

Andreï Siniavski écrivain russe

Andréi Siniavsky

Andrei Sinjavski

Andrei Sinyavsky Russian writer, dissident, political prisoner, emigrant, Professor of Sorbonne University, magazine founder and publisher

Andrej Donatovič Siňavskij

Andrej Donatovič Sinjavskij scrittore e critico letterario sovietico

Andrej Sinjavski Russisch schrijver

Andrej Sinjavskij

Andriej Siniawski

Anonim.

Anonim (1925-1997).

Anonimo Sovietico.

Sinâvskij, A.

Sinâvskij, A. D.

Sinâvskij, Andrej.

Sinavskij, Andrej 1925-1997

Sinavskij, Andrej Donatovic

Sinâvskij, Andrej Donatovič, 1925-1997

Sinavskij, Andrej Donatovitch

Siniavski, André.

Siniavski, Andre 1925-

Siniavski André 1925-1997

Siniavski, Andreé Donatovitch.

Siniavski, Andreï.

Siniavskï, Andrei 1925-1997

Siniavski Andreï Donatovitch 1925-1997

Siniavskii, A.

Siniavskii, A. 1925

Siniavskii, A. 1925-1997

Sini︠a︡vskiĭ, A. D. 1925-1997

Sini︠a︡vskiĭ, A. D. (Andreĭ Donatovich), 1925-1997

Siniavskiï, Andreï

Sini︠a︡vskiĭ, Andreĭ 1925-1997

Siniavskii, Andrei D. 1925-1997

Siniavskii, Andrei Donat’evich 1925-1997

Siniavskii, Andrei Donat'evich 1925-

Siniavskii, Andrei Donat'evich 1925-1997

Siniavskii͏̈, Andrei Donatévitch

Siniavskiǐ, Andreǐ Donat'evitch 1925-1997

Sini︠a︡vskiĭ, Andreĭ Donatovich 1925-1997

Siniavsky, A. D. 1925-1997

Siniavsky, André, 1925-1997

Siniavsky, Andrei.

Siniavsky Andrei 1925-1997

Siniawski, André

Siniawski, Andriej D.

Siniawski, Andriej Donatowicz.

Sinjavski, Andrej, 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, A. 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, A.D., 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, A. J.

Sinjavskij, Andrej.

Sinjavskij, Andrej 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, Andrej Donat'evič

Sinjavskij, Andrej Donatʹevič 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, Andrej Donatovič

Sinjavskij, Andrej Donatovič 1925-1997

Sinjavskij, Andrej Donatovič. [t]

Sinjavskij-Terc, Andrej 1925-1997

Sinjawski, Andrei D. 1925-1997

Sinjawski, Andrej.

Sinjawski, Andrej 1925-1997

Sinjawski, Andrej D. 1925-1997

Sinjawski, Andrej Donatowitsch 1925-1997

Sinjawskij Andrej.

Sinjawskij, Andrej 1925-1997

Sinyasky, Andrei

Sinyavsky, Andrei.

Sinyavsky, Andrei 1925-1997

Sinyavsky, Andrei Donatovich.

Sinyavsky, Andrey 1925-1997

Sinyavsky, Andrey Donatovich 1925-1997

Sinyavsky, Tertz.

Sinyiavsky, Andrei 1925-1997

Tartjh, Abrām.

Terc, Abram.

Terc, Abram, 1925-

Terc Abram 1925-1997

Terc, Abram Pseud. 1925-1997

Terc, Abram Pseud. de Andrej Donatovič Sinjavskij

Terts, Abraham

Terts Abraham 1925-1997

Terts, Abram.

Terts, Abram 1925-

Tert︠s︡, Abram, 1925-1997

Tertz, Abraham.

Tertz Abraham 1925-1997

Tertz, Abraham Pseud. de Andrej Donatovič Sinjavskij

Tertz, Abram.

Tertz, Abram 1925-

Tertz Abram 1925-1997

Terz, Abraham.

Terz, Abram.

Terz, Abram, 1925-

Terz, Abram 1925-1997

Terz, Abram Pseud. 1925-1997

Terz, Abram Pseud. de Andrej Sinjawskij

Абрам Терц

Андрэй Сіняўскі

Синявский, А 1925-1997

Синявский, А. (Андрей), 1925-1997

Синявский, А. (Андрей Донатович), 1925-1997

Синявский, А.Д., 1925-1997

Синявский, Андрей (Андрей Донатович), 1925-1997

Синявский, Андрей Донатович.

Синявский, Андрей Донатович 1925-1997

Синявский-Терц А. Д. 1925-1997

Синявський Андрій Донатович

Терц А. 1925-1997

Терц Абрам 1925-1997

אנדריי סיניאבסקי

シニャーフスキイ, アンドレイ・ドナートヴィチ

安德烈·陀纳妥维奇·西尼亚夫斯基

Languages
Russian (164)

English (80)

French (64)

German (33)

Italian (25)

Danish (8)

Polish (8)

Finnish (2)

Japanese (2)

Dutch (2)

Korean (1)

Norwegian (1)

Covers
The Russian intelligentsiaIvan the fool : a cultural history : Russian folk beliefA voice from the chorusStrolls with Pushkin