Special Issue in Honor of J. Thomas Shaw


Volume 10 (2007)


Forum on Princeton's "Boris Godunov" (April 2007) / Форум

Guest Editor: Caryl Emerson

  1. Princeton's Boris Godunov, 1936/2007 (Caryl Emerson)
  2. First Encounters of an Outsider with Boris (Tim Vasen, Director)
  3. The Actors on Their Biggest Anxieties, Best Moments, and Steepest Learning Curves (Testimonials from the Company)
  4. Tragedy or Comedy? Boris, the Visuals and Musico-Visuals (Juliet Forshaw & Stacy Dubov)
  5. Afterword: The Fate of the Jubilee Pushkin on the Stalinist Musical-Dramatic Stage (Caryl Emerson)


Articles / Статьи

Leslie O'Bell

Pushkin's Novel The Captain's Daughter as Fictional Family Memoir

Inessa Medzhibovskaya

Lucid Sorrow and Political Foresight: Simon Frank on Pushkin and the Challenges of Ontology for Literature

Andrew Reynolds

"Light Breathing": Osip Mandelstam's "First" Poems, Pushkin, and the Poetics of Influence

David Houston

Another Look at the Poetics of Exile: Pushkin's Reception of Ovid, 1821 - 24


New Translations / Новые переводы

"Mniszek's Sonnet"

In Honor of J. Thomas Shaw, Pushkinist Extraordinaire


Notes / Заметки

Remembering Tom Shaw as Teacher, Scholar, Mentor

Catherine O'Neil

Editing Pushkin: A Seminar at Oxford University


Reviews / Рецензии

Brian Horowitz

David M. Bethea, ed. The Pushkin Handbook. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. xlii + 665 pp. ISBN 0-299-19560-0. Index. Cloth.

Angela Brintlinger

Alexandera Smith.  Montaging Pushkin: Pushkin and Visions of Modernity in Russian Twentieth-Century Poetry. Studies in Slavic Literature and Poetics, vol. 46. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006. 361 pp. ISBN 978-90-420-2012-2. Bibliography. Additional Reading. Index. Paper.

Vladimir Golstein

Alexander Dolinin. Pushkin i Angliia: Tsikl statei. Nauchnaia biblioteka. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2007. 276 pp. Index. ISBN 5-86793-520-5. Cloth.