Volume 67, Issue 2
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Kit Pribble: Between Earth and Heaven: Lermontov, Byron, and Romantic Gnosticism
Colleen McQuillen: The Imperial Underground: Coal Mining Narratives of Donbas at the Fin de Siècle
Cassio de Oliveira: Writing Outside the Soviet Canon: Aleksandr Kozachinskii’s “The Green Wagon” as Roman à clef and Odesa Memoir
Dominick Lawton Apartment Questions: Mikhail Bulgakov’s Literary Kommunalka,From Theme to Form
Elena Baraban: Depicting Ukraine under Nazi Occupation: Igor' Savchenko’s Film Partisans in the Steppes of Ukraine (1943)
Dylan Ogden: Repeating Repetition: Alain Robbe-Grillet, Vasily Aksenov, Andrei Bitov, and the Nouveau Roman in Russia
ILYA KUKULIN: Review of Past Discontinuous: Fragments of Restoration by Irina Sandomirskaja.
Robert Leach. Sergei Tretyakov: A Revolutionary Writer in Stalin’s Russia. (Jesse Gardiner)
José Vergara. All Future Plunges to the Past: James Joyce in Russian Literature. (Julia Vaingurt)
Katherine Bowers. Writing Fear: Russian Realism and the Gothic. (Barry P. Scherr)
Alyssa DeBlasio and Izolda Savenkova. Pro-dvizhenie: Advanced Russian through Film and Media. (Evgeny Dengub)
Nikolai Evreinov. The Steps of Nemesis: A Dramatic Chronicle in Six Scenes from Party Life in the USSR (1936–1938). (Alisa Ballard Lin)
John Freedman, editor. A Dictionary of Emotions in a Time of War: 20 Short Works by Ukrainian Playwrights. (Noah Birksted-Breen)
Andrea Lanoux, Kelly Herold, Olga Bukhina. Growing Out of Communism: Russian Literature for Children and Teens, 1991–2017. (Ainsley Morse)
Mark G. Pomar Cold War Radio. The Russian Broadcasts of the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. (Michael Launer and Marilyn Young)
Gary Saul Morson. Wonder Confronts Certainty: Russian Writers on the Timeless Questions and Why Their Answers Matter. (Thomas Seifrid)
Javier Sethness Castro. Queer Tolstoy: A Psychobiography. (Jillian Porter)