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  • Author:
    Kornei Chukovsky,Elena Chukovskaya,Victor Erlich,Michael Heim
  • ISBN:
    0300106114
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    978-0300106114
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    Yale University Press (September 9, 2005)
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    656 pages
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Kornei Chukovsky’s diary opens a window into the world of the Russian intelligentsia over a long and tumultuous period.

Kornei Chukovsky’s diary opens a window into the world of the Russian intelligentsia over a long and tumultuous period. We are drawn into the story of a young provincial trying to make a literary career; we are treated to close-ups of prominent political and cultural figures; we hear the everyday voices of virtually every notable writer and critic among Chukovsky’s contemporaries. Carol J. Avins, Rutgers University. Among his many books on twentiethcentury Russian literature are Russian Formalism and Modernism and Revolution, both published by Yale University Press.

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Chukovsky initiated writing, together with his students, a funny book for children.

Chukovsky initiated writing, together with his students, a funny book for children. Evgenia Ginzburg, Within the Whirlwind, translated by Ian Boland.

Diary, 1901-1969 Корней Чуковский,Victor Erlich,Michael Henry Heim,E. Michael Henry Heim was born in New York on January 21, 1943. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения.

Victor Erlich is B. E. Bensinger Professor Emeritus of Russian Literature at Yale University. Among his many books on twentiethcentury Russian literature are Russian Formalism and Modernism and Revolution, both published by Yale University Press the publication of translation. Among his many books on twentiethcentury Russian literature are Russian Formalism and Modernism and Revolution, both published by Yale University Press the publication of translation,. beautifully produced, is a welcome homage to Chukovsky, the most significant token of esteem afforded to him in the anglophone world since the award of an honorary degree by Oxford in 1962.

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Elena Chukovskaya, Victor Erlich.

In his last decades, Russian literary critic, writer, and translator Chukovsky (1888�-1964) repeatedly asked himself why he bothered to maintain a diary and vowed to stop. It is the good fortune. Especially fine were his translations from English, including renderings of Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, and G. K. Chesterton. Elena Chukovskaya, Victor Erlich.

by: Michael Henry Heim (author) Kornei Chukovsky (author) Michael Heim (author) Корней Чуковский (author) Victor Erlich (author) Elena Chukovskaya (author). ISBN: 9780300106114 (0300106114). Publish date: September 9th 2005. Publisher: Yale University Press.

A perceptive literary critic, a world-famous writer of witty and playful verses for children, a leading authority on children’s linguistic creativity, and a highly skilled translator, Kornei Chukovsky was a complete man of letters. As benefactor to many writers including Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Joseph Brodsky, he stood for several decades at the center of the Russian literary milieu. It is no exaggeration to claim that Chukovsky knew everyone involved in shaping the course of twentieth-century Russian literature. His voluminous diary, here translated into English for the first time, begins in prerevolutionary Russia and spans nearly the entire Soviet era. It is the candid commentary of a brilliant observer who documents fifty years of Soviet literary activity and the personal predicament of the writer under a totalitarian regime.From descriptions of friendship with such major literary figures as Anna Akhmatova and Isaac Babel to accounts of the struggle with obtuse and hostile censorship, from the heartbreaking story of the death of the daughter who had inspired so many stories to candid political statements, the extraordinary diary of Kornei Chukovsky is a unique account of the twentieth-century Russian experience.