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Toronto Slavic Quarterly

TSQ  # 47


Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 47 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 46 in print!

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The Fifth volume of Toronto Slavic Library

Украинская Ахматовиана (1992-2001): Библиографический указатель / Составитель Полина Поберезкина. – Toronto: The University of Toronto, 2013. – 144 с.

Библиографический указатель киевского литературоведа Полины Поберезкиной включает почти тысячу позиций и охватывает произведения Анны Ахматовой, а также посвященные ее жизни и творчеству материалы, которые были опубликованы в Украине на русском, украинском, немецком и румынском языках с 1992 по 2001 год. Работы сгруппированы по систематическому принципу и при необходимости снабжены аннотациями (подробнее см. в Предисловии).

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 45 in print!

Toronto Slavic Quarterly is pleased to announce a new publishing venture. Beginning with our issue number 34, TSQ will now also be available in print form. Each issue will be at least three hundred pages in length and will sell for $20.00 (USA).

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 44 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 43 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 42 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 41 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 40 in print!

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Toronto Slavic Quarterly No. 39 in print!

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Самуил Шварцбанд "Пушкин: правда вымысла" in print!

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Toronto Slavic Annual No. 3 (2006-2007) in print!

Toronto Slavic Quarterly is pleased to announce issue number two of Toronto Slavic Annual. The issue, more than four hundred pages in length, makes available in print form a selection of articles from past issues of our electronic journal. The price is $40.00 (US). Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents.
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The price for libraries and organizations is $40.00 (US) plus postage. Orders should be placed by writing to:

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Also available:

Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents of TSQ38.
Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents of TSQ37.
Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents of TSQ36.
Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents of TSQ35.
Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents of TSQ34.

The price for libraries and organizations is $30.00 (US) plus postage. Orders should be placed by writing to:

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Toronto Slavic Annual No. 2 (2004-2005) in print!

Toronto Slavic Quarterly is pleased to announce issue number two of Toronto Slavic Annual. The issue, more than four hundred pages in length, makes available in print form a selection of articles from past issues of our electronic journal. The price is $40.00 (US). Click here (pdf) to see the table of contents.
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The Pilot project of Toronto Slavic Library

Вадим Перельмутер. Пушкинское эхо. Записки. Заметки. Эссе
Минувшее - "Library of Toronto Slavic Quarterly".
Москва - Торонто. 2003 (512 с.)

""Вершина русской культуры?" Всей культуры? Или этих двухсот лет, которые - как знать? - могут оказаться лишь двухсотлетним эпизодом?" - писал Адамович в дни Парижских Пушкинских торжеств 1937 года.

Книга поэта, эссеиста, историка литературы Вадима Перельмутера - об этих двух веках изящной словесности. О "двухсотлетнем эпизоде", пронизанном бесчисленными перекличками между поэтами, окликами и откликами. Звуковым движением, в которое неизбежно вовлеченным оказывается и читатель стиха.

Заглавие - ключ, открывающий книгу. "Потому что именно Пушкин сделал это ауканье и перекличку реальностью, именно Пушкин создал уникальное культурное пространство-время, где такое эхо может существовать и длиться, где оно существует не для одних поэтов"...

Книга Вадима Перельмутера - часть этого пространства. В эхо, обыкновенно воспринимаемое как некий историко-литературный фон текстов, пожалуй, впервые вслушивается поэт-исследователь, не только знающий о его существовании, но и понимающий его природу, чувствующий его отзывчивость.

И тогда обнаруживается внутреннее драматическое напряжение, "скрытая пружина" Пушкинских дней 1937 года в эмиграции и в СССР. Или потаенная полемика между Ходасевичем (Париж) и Шенгели (Москва) - о происхождении пушкинского наброска. Или "столетие темы" знаменитого стихотворения Мандельштама. Или загадка авторства одного из самых хрестоматийно-известных сочинений в русской поэзии - "Конька-Горбунка"…

Заглавное место в книге - и примерно треть ее - отведено "Запискам без комментариев". Композиционно сложному переплетению фрагментарных мемуаров, размышлений о литературе, наблюдений над происходящим с языком - и в языке - на рубеже двух столетий, выявлений смыслов ритма и звука - поэтических окликов-откликов Волошина и Тютчева, Ходасевича и Мандельштама, Случевского и Ахматовой, Цветаевой и Пастернака, Маяковского и Пушкина…

Здесь эхо - своего рода композиционный прием, связующий ассоциативную фрагментарность в художественное целое. И провоцирующий развивать якобы вскользь брошенные автором мысли в собственные размышления-исследования. Скажем, о том, почему лучшие московские книги написаны не-москвичами. Или на тему "Алексей Толстой как зазеркалье русской революции"…

Большая часть вошедших в книгу работ публиковалась за последнее десятилетие в журналах "Октябрь", "Арион", "Toronto Slavic Quaterly" и различных сборниках. Собранные вместе и значительно дополненные, они образовали книгу о поэзии "двухсотлетнего эпизода" - от Ломоносова до наших современников.

Книга иллюстрирована рисунками автора из серии "Мой Пушкин".

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The Third volume of Toronto Slavic Library

Аркадий Штейнберг. Вторая дорога. Стихотворения. Поэмы. Графика. - Русский импульс, Москва, - The University of Toronto, 2007.

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Книга Аркадия Штейнберга (1907-1984), замечательного поэта, лидера возникшей на рубеже 1920-30-х годов литературной группы "Квадрига" (А. Штейнберг, А. Тарковский, С. Липкин, М. Петровых), классика художественного перевода, первоклассного мастера живописи и графики, главы "Тарусской школы" живописи, этого "Русского Барбизона", выходит к столетию со дня рождения этого яркого, разносторонне одаренного художника драматической судьбы, бывшего при жизни "поэтом без книги", "художником без выставки".

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The Second volume of Toronto Slavic Library

2006 Andrej Belyj Prize' Winner!!!

Р.Д.Тименчик. Анна Ахматова в 1960-е годы - М.: Водолей Publishers; Toronto: University of Toronto (Toronto Slavic Library. Volume 2), 2005, 784 c.

Akhmatova. 60-ye gody - oblozhka

The Toronto Slavic Quarterly Library announces the publication of a monograph, Anna Akhmatova v 60-e gody, by Prof. Roman Timenchik of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

The book examines the final decade in the poet's creative biography, tracing the impact of external circumstances, both personal and socio-political, as they were reflected in the pages of her notebooks, as they took shape in the drafts of her poems and prose, and as they sometimes developed into her finished works. For his reconstruction of Akhmatova's final years Prof. Timenchik relies on archive materials, predominantly from the poet's personal archive. The 784-page monograph is in Russian (hardcover).









Le Studio Franco-Russe

The First volume of Toronto Slavic Library

Le Studio Franco-Russe by prof. Leonid Livak is the first in a series of literary and cultural studies, Toronto Slavic Library, published by Toronto Slavic Quarterly (TSQ).

For international orders we accept payment in Euros, US and Canadian Dollars. Price of volume + postage: Europe - 50 Euros; USA - 50 USD; Canada - 60 CAD.

Send orders to:
Prof. Zahar Davydov
Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures
Alumni Hall, 121 St. Joseph Street, Room 406A,
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1J4
University of Toronto

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Associated Project

Dostoevsky StudiesDOSTOEVSKY STUDIES. The electronic texts here found here reproduce the contents of the early volumes of Dostoevsky Studies, which are no longer available.


Toronto Slavic Quarterly is pleased to announce the publication of the first issue of Toronto Slavic Annual, a three-hundred-page collection of some of the articles that have appeared in our electronic journal over the past year, plus a number of specially commissioned articles.

Payment may be made in your local currency, equivalent to $35.00 Canadian (for organizations), $25.00 (for individuals), plus postage ($5.00 for Canada and the U.S., $10.00 for Europe).
TORONTO SLAVIC ANNUAL No 1

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TORONTO SLAVIC ANNUAL No 1

The Fiction and Poetry of Scholars: Maria G. Rewakowicz, Dmitrii Bak, Susanna Chernobrova, Boris Dvinianinov, Artur Grabowski, Vera Kalmykova, Ol'ga Kushlina, Krzysztof Koehler, Tatiana Tsarkova, Aleksandr Zholkovskii, Liudmila Zubova.

Translations: Canadian poets translated by Evgeny Vitkovskii, Mikhail Gasparov and Roman Dubrovkine

Archives: The Centenary of "The Poet's House", Vladimir Kupchenko, Vadim Perelmuter.

Culture: Mikhail Bezrodny, Taras Koznarsky, Aleksandr Lavrov, Margarita Pavlova, Barry Scherr, Roman Timenchik.

Performance Art: Yana Meerzon, Alexander Laskin.

Reviews: Nikolai Bogomolov.

The Russian Literary Scene Today: Sergei Chuprinin, N. Norman Shneidman, Sergei Zavialov

Bibliographies: Leszek Czubik

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