A. V. Otlivanchik
Dostoevsky As A Co-Author of Alexander Poretsky and Victor Putsykovich in "Grazhdanin": Experience of Attribution
The article is devoted to the problem of attribution of publications of the weekly "Grazhdanin" and presents the arguments in favor of the role of Dostoevsky as a co-author of the article "Semeynaya neuryaditsa kak prichina samoubiystva" ["Family problem as a cause of suicide"] ("Grazhdanin". 1873, no. 49; in collaboration with Alexander Poretsky) and the review "Inostrannye sobytiya" ["Foreign events"] ("Grazhdanin". 1874, no. 12; in collaboration with Victor Putsykovich).
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alexander Poretsky, Victor Putsykovich, the weekly journal "Grazhdanin", attribution, editing, co-authorship
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A. V. Otlivanchik
Dostoevsky’s Editorial Insertions into the Articles Published in "Grazhdanin" (1873-1874)
The author of this article ascribes to Dostoevsky text boxes in "Peterburgskoe obozrenie" ["St. Petersburg review"] of Vladimir Meshchersky ("Grazhdanin", 1873, no. 8) and in the chronicle "Iz tekushchey zhizni" ["Ongoing life"] (1873, no. 19), "Ezhenedel’naya khronika" ["Weekly chronicle"] (1873, no. 37). In addition, the notes to the article of Victor Putsykovich "Khivinskiy pokhod" ["Khiva campaign"] (1873, no. 24) and the editorial remarks in the publications of Ivan Nekrasov, Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Victor Putsykovich are also attributed to Dostoevsky.
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Vladimir Meshchersky, Ivan Nekrasov, Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Victor Putsykovich, the weekly journal “Grazhdanin”, attribution, editing
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L. V. Alekseeva
Who Is Behind the Pseudonym "X."?
The article considers a current problem of establishing the authorship of anonymous and pseudonymous articles published in the weekly "Grazhdanin" during F. M. Dostoevsky’s editorship. Namely, it is dedicated to a less studied issue of attribution of the articles of unknown authors that used to send the materials to the editorial office of "Grazhdanin" in comparison with a more explored matter of Dostoyevsky’s participation in the creation of a number of anonymous notes, reviews, stories, etc. On the basis of various materials, including epistolary heritage of F. M. Dostoevsky and his addressees by correspondence, archival sources, historical, reference, scientific literature, it was found out that the author of the "Pictures from officer life" published in No. 41 of "Grazhdanin" in 1873 and signed by "X." was Nikolai Aleksandrovich Shakhov, the officer of the Imperial Guard of the 1st Ekaterinoslav Regiment.
"Grazhdanin", Pseudonym, "The Pictures from Officer Life", Attribution, Epistolary Heritage, Dostoevsky, Nicholai Shakhov
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O. A. Bogdanova
Which Manuscripts of Dostoevsky Were in "Piper-Verlag"?
Following Ornatskaya T. I., Bograd G. L., Tikhomirov B. N. the author of this article makes a new hypothesis about a possible location of the final draft of the last novel of F. M. Dostoevsky "The Brothers Karamazov" lost during the Russian civil war. A key figure of this theory is an Austro-American writer and journalist Rene Fulop-Miller who visited Soviet Russia in 1923—1924 in search of Dostoevsky’s manuscripts. The best part of the materials he brought in Western Europe was published soon in an eight-part series "Der Dostojewskis-Nachlaß" released by Munich publishing house "Piper" in the German language in the years 1925—1931. Fulop-Miller might have taken out some unknown, unpublished materials he kept first from Vienna to Paris in 1935, and then to the USA in 1939. As Fulop-Miller declared it, among other papers concerning Dostoevsky he had acquired in Russia, there was a parcel stolen in Georgia and consigned to him by a Moscow horse-cab driver supposedly. As far as it is known that the final draft of the novel "The Brothers Karamazov" had been lost in the Caucasus there is a hope it was it which the Austrian traveler obtained. To verify this version archival researches should be conducted on the territory of the USA and other countries. Our foreign colleagues from the International Dostoevsky Society could be of great aide in it.
F. М. Dostoevsky, manuscripts, final draft of the novel "The Brothers Karamazov", search, hypothesis, "Piper-Verlag", series "Der Dostojewskis-Nachlaß", Rene Fulop-Miller
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T. V. Panyukova
The Notes of A. G. Dostoevskaya to Literary Works of F. M. Dostoevsky (two editions)
The article compares two editions of Anna G. Dostoevskya’s notes that are known at this moment to her husband’s literary works — the draft and final version. These notes were made by A. G. Dostoevskaya in 1904-1906 on the galley-proofs of the seventh edition of F. M. Dostoevsky’s complete works and later, they were inserted in some volumes of the complete works. The draft edition is published for the first time. The text of the final version provides the corrected inaccuracies of the first publications and keeps author’s spelling and punctuation intact. Some of the notes contain comments.
A. G. Dostoevskaya, Fyodor Dostoevsky, "Museum of Memory", notes, editions, the Complete works, publishing and Museum activities
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Publication and commentary T. V. Panukova
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