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Tolstoy Studies Journal – Cumulative Index, 1988-2003


Compiled by Paul Haddock



Part I – Articles

Alekseeva, Galina. Describing Tolstoy’s Private Library: English Books at Iasnaia Poliana. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 98-107.


Anemone, Anthony. Gender, Genre, and the Discourse of Imperialism in Tolstoy’s Cossacks. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 47-63.
Barran, Thomas. Rousseau’s Political Vision and Tolstoy’s What is Art? Volume V, 1992, pp. 1-13.
Bidney, Martin. Three Deaths and How People Die: Insight and Idealization in Tolstoy and Zola. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 5-15.
Brock, Peter. Tolstoy and the Škarvan Case. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 1-7.
Carroll, Traci. Sports/Writing and Tolstoy’s Critique of Male Authority in Anna Karenina. Volume III, 1990, pp. 21-32.
Chester, Pamela. Hagiography in the Prose of Tolstoy and Leskov. Volume I, 1988, pp. 35-46.
Chester, Pamela. Male and Female Sense of Self in Tolstoy’s Trilogy and Anastasia Tsvetaeva’s Memoirs. Volume II, 1989, pp. 53-60.
Craig, Scott. The Hunt for Truth in War and Peace. Volume III, 1990, pp. 120-123.
Crane, Peter G. Raphael Löwenfeld: Leo Tolstoy’s First Biographer. Remarks Presented at Iasnaia Poliana, September 30, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 1-19.
Cruise, Edwina J. The Sources for the Steeplechase in Anna Karenina. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 1-8.
Danaher, David. The Function of Pain in Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Il’ich. Volume X, 1998, pp. 20-28.
Denner, Michael. Tolstoyan Notation: The Advantage of Doing Nothing. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 8-22.
Diment, Galya. Tolstoy or Dostoevsky and the Modernists: Polemics with Joseph Brodsky. Volume III, 1990, pp. 76-81.
Diment, Galya. Tolstoy and Bloomsbury. Volume V, 1992, pp. 39-53.
Easley, Roxanne. Count L.N. Tolstoy, Peace Arbitrator 1861-1862. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 1-18.
Edwards, Robert. Tolstoy and John Dewey: Pragmatism and Prosaics. Volume V, 1992, pp. 15-37.
Edwards, Robert. Tolstoy and Alice B. Stockham: The Influence of Tokology on The Kreutzer Sonata. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 87-104.
Edwards, Robert. A History of the Composition of the “Afterword to The Kreutzer Sonata.” Volume VI, 1993, pp. 107-110.
Edwards, Robert. Prosaics and Pragmatism: Deweyan Philosophy Through Tolstoyan Art. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 52-69.
Ellis, Frank. Concepts of War in L.N. Tolstoy and V.S. Grossman. Volume II, 1989, pp. 101-108.
Emerson, Caryl. Prosaics in Anna Karenina: Pro and Con. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 150-176.
Emerson, Caryl. Tolstoy’s Aesthetics: A Harmony and Translation of the Five Senses. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 9-17.
Emerson, Caryl. Leo Tolstoy and the Rights of Music under Stalin (Another Look at Prokofiev’s Party-Minded Masterpiece, War and Peace). Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 11-14.
Evdokimova, Svetlana. The Drawing and the Grease Spot: Creativity and Interpretation in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 33-45.
Galagan, Galina Ia. Tolstoy’s Confession: The Conception of a Worldview [Translated by Dale Peterson]. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 19-24.
Golstein, Vladimir. Anna Karenina’s Peter Pan Syndrome. Volume X, 1998, pp. 29-41.
Gromova-Opul’skaia, The Departure and Death of Lev Tolstoy. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 79-83.

L.D.
Harris, Jane Gary. A Humanist Reading of Tolstoy: The Writings of Petr M. Bitsilli. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 73-96.


Herman, David. Allowable Passions in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 5-32.
Hruska, Anne. Ghosts in the Garden: Ann Radcliffe and Tolstoy’s Childhood, Boyhood, Youth. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 1-10.
Hudspith, Sarah. Narrative and Miscarriages of Justice in Tolstoy’s Resurrection. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 15-23.
Jackson, Robert Louis. Text and Subtext in the Opening and Closing Lines of The Death of Ivan Ilych, or Phonetic Orchestration in the Semantic Development of the Story. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 11-24.
Jackson, Robert Louis. Scenes from the Apocalypse in Tolstoy’s War and Peace: The Lion of Judah. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 25-34.
Jahn, Gary R. On the Style of a Story for the People. Volume X, 1998, pp. 42-49.
Knapp, Liza. Tolstoy on Musical Mimesis: Platonic Aesthetics and Erotics in The Kreutzer Sonata. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 25-42.
Knapp, Liza. The Estates of Pokrovskoe and Vosdvizhenskoe: Tolstoy’s Labyrinth of Linkings in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 81-98.
Knapp, Liza. Language and Death in Tolstoy’s Childhood and Boyhood: Rousseau and the Holy Fool. Volume X, 1998, pp. 50-62.
Knapp, Liza. “Tue-la! Tue-le!: Death Sentences, Words, and Inner Monologue n Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and Three More Deaths. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 1-19.
Kovarsky, Gina. Mimesis and Moral Education in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 61-80.
Kovarsky, Gina. Musical Metapoesis and Metaphysics in War and Peace. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 18-34.
Kujundžić, Dragan. Pardoning Women in Anna Karenina. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 65-85.
Leblanc, Ronald. Levin Visits Anna: The Iconology of Harlotry. Volume III, 1990, pp. 1-20.
LeBlanc, Ronald. Unpalatable Pleasures: Tolstoy, Food, and Sex. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 1-32.
Love, Jeff. Tolstoy’s Calculus of History. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 23-37.
Love, Jeff. The End of Knowing in War and Peace. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 35-49.
Mandelker, Amy. Re-Reading Tolstoy: New Directions in Tolstoy Scholarship. Volume II, 1989, pp. 87-96.
Mandelker, Amy. Feminist Criticism and Anna Karenina. Volume III, 1990, pp. 82-103.
Mandelker, Amy. Illustrate and Condemn: The Phenomenology of Vision in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 46-60.
Medzhibovskaya, Teleological Striving and Redemption in The Death of Ivan Il’ich. Volume XII,

Inessa. 2000, pp. 35-49.


McLean, Hugh. Rousseau’s God and Tolstoy’s. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 25-35.
McLean, Hugh. Hemingway and Tolstoy: A Pugilistic Encounter. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 20-31.
McLean, Hugh. Which English Anna? Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 38-48.
McLean, Hugh. A Clash of Utopias: Tolstoy and Gorky. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 24-34.
Meerson, Olga. Literary Genesis of a Justification for Killing: From Posterity to Forefathers. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 44-51.
Milivojevic, Dragan. Tolstoy’s Views on Buddhism. Volume III, 1990, pp. 62-75.
Milivojevic, Dragan. Some Similarities and Differences Between Tolstoy’s Concepts of Identity and Vocation and Their Parallels in Hinduism. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 97-104.
Morson, Gary Saul. Prosaics in Anna Karenina. Volume I, 1988, pp. 1-12.
Morson, Gary Saul. The Tolstoy Questions, Reflections on the Silbajoris Thesis. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 115-141. (Professor Silbajoris Replies, pp. 142-146)
Morson, Gary Saul. Poetic Justice, False Listening, and Falling in Love, Or, Why Anna Refuses a Divorce. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 177-197.
Morson, Gary Saul. Work and the Authentic Life in Tolstoy. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 36-48.
Morson, Gary Saul. Brooding Stiva: The Masterpiece Theatre Anna Karenina. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 49-58.
Murav, Harriet. Maslova’s Exorbitant Body. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 35-47.
Nickell, William. The Twain Shall Be of One Mind: Tolstoy in “Leag” with Eliza Burnz and Henry Parkhurst. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 123-151.
Nikitina, Nina. Reflections on the House at Iasnaia Poliana. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 84-87.
Oliver, Donna. Dolokhov as Romantic Parody: Ambiguity and Incongruity in Tolstoy’s Pre-Byronic Hero. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 50-66.
Osborne, Suzanne. When a House Is Not a Home: The Alien Residences of Effi Briest and Anna Karenina. Volume V, 1992, pp. 67-77.
Paperno, Irina. “Who, What is I?”: Tolstoy in his Diaries. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 32-54.
Rancour-Laferriere, Helene as Pre-Oedipal Self-Object. Volume II, 1989, pp. 41-52.

Daniel.
Rancour-Laferriere, Anna’s Adultery: Distal Sociobiology vs. Proximate Psychoanalysis. Volume

Daniel. VI, 1993, pp. 33-46.
Rice, James. Some Observations on Stiva’s Dream. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 117-124.
Rogers, Philip. Tolstoy’s Hamlet. Volume V, 1992, pp. 55-65.
Rosen, Nathan. Notes on War and Peace. Volume III, 1990, pp. 109-119.
Rosen, Nathan. Vasia and the Light in The Death of Ivan Il’ich. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 50-56.
Sankovitch, Natasha. Readers’ Experience of Repetition in Tolstoy. Volume III, 1990, pp. 49-61.
Saylor, Ian. Anna Karenina and Don Giovanni: The Vengeance Motif in Oblonsky’s Dream. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 112-116.
Scanlan, James. From William James to Karl Marx: David Kvitko’s Studies of Tolstoy the Thinker. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 67-78.
Sloane, David. Pushkin’s Legacy in Anna Karenina. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 1-23.
Sloane, David. Rehabilitating Bakhtin’s Tolstoy: The Politics of the Utterance. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 59-77.
Sokoloski, Richard. Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilych: The First and Final Chapter. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 49-58.
Sperrle, Irmhild Leskov, Tolstoy, and the Three Questions. Volume X, 1998, pp. 63-79.

Christina.


Tavis, Anna. Comrade Lenin or Count Leo Tolstoy? Reflections After Some Memorable Meetings at Harrogate. Volume III, 1990, pp. 104-108.
Tavis, Anna. Leo Tolstoy and James Joyce: Post-Communist Negotiations. Volume V, 1992, pp. 79-85.
Trahan, Elizabeth. The Divine and the Human. Or Three More Deaths: A Late Chapter in Tolstoy’s Dialogue with Death. Volume III, 1990, pp. 33-48.
Turner, C.J.G. Tolstoy and Herodotus. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 55-59.
Turner, C.J.G. The Annotated Bibliography of the Library at Iasnaia Poliana [An extended review of Biblioteka L’va Nikolaevicha Tolstogo v Iasnoi Poliane. Bibliograficheskoe opisanie: III knigi na inostrannykh iazykakh. Ed. in chief N.V. Kotrelev. Tula: Iasnaia Poliana, 1999]. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 108-111.
Vaganova, Zinaida. Pushkin, Tolstoy, and the Potlatch: The Economy of Loss in Anna Karenina. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 16-31.
van de Stadt, Janneke. Narrative, Music, and Performance: Tolstoy’s Kreutzer Sonata and the Example of Beethoven. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 57-70.
Weir, Justin. Anna Incommunicada: Language and Consciousness in Anna Karenina. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 99-111.
Whitcomb, Curt. Resisting the Effortless in Anna Karenina. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 32-43. Volume VII, 1994, pp.
White, Duffield. An Evolutionary Study of Tolstoy’s First Story, The Raid. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 43-72.

Part II – Round Table Discussions

Feuer, Kathryn B. Tolstoy and the Genesis of War and Peace. Edited by Robin Feuer Miller and Donna Tussing Orwin. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1996. Critiques: David Sloane, Andrew Wachtel, Rimvydas Silbajoris. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 59-65.


Gustafson, Richard F. Leo Tolstoy, Resident and Stranger: A Study in Fiction and Theology. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986. Critiques: Victor Terras, Robert C. Williams, Richard Gregg, Donna Orwin, Philip C. Rule. Reply: Richard F. Gustafson. Volume I, 1988, pp. 13-26.
Mandelker, Amy. Framing Anna Karenina: Tolstoy, the Women Question, and the Victorian Novel. Illinois: Ohio State University Press, 1993. Critiques: Caryl Emerson, Charles Isenberg, Donna Tussing Orwin. Reply: Amy Mandelker. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 129-142.
Morson, Gary Saul. Hidden in Plain View. Narrative and Creative Potentials in War and Peace. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1987. Critiques: Freeman Dyson, Alfred J. Rieber, Cathy Popkin, Carol Any, Anna A. Travis. Reply: Gary Saul Morson. Volume II, 1989, pp. 1-40.
Orwin, Donna Tussing. Tolstoy’s Art and Thought 1847-1880. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1993. Critiques: Caryl Emerson, Andrew Wachtel, Gary R. Jahn. Reply: Donna Tussing Orwin. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 157-170.
Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel. Tolstoy’s Pierre Bezukhov: A Psychoanalytic Study. London: Bristol Classical Press, 1993. Critiques: Brett Cooke, Ronald LeBlanc, Duffield White, James Rice. Reply: Daniel Rancour-Laferriere. Volume VII, 1994, pp. 70-93.
Silbajoris, Rimvydas. Tolstoy’s Aesthetics and His Art. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers, 1990. Critiques: Victor Terras, Charles Moser, Kathleen Parthé, Richard Gustafson. Reply: Rimvydas Silbajoris. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 105-114.

Part III – Translations

Bely, Andrei. Teacher of Consciousness (Leo Tolstoy). Translated and with an Introduction by Olga Muller Cooke. Volume II, 1989, pp. 61-69.


Bely, Andrei. Leo Tolstoy and Culture. Introduced by Tim Langen. Translated and annotated by Michael Denner. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 78-95.
Čapek, Karel. Masaryk and Tolstoy. Translated by Charles E. Townsend. Volume II, 1989, pp. 70-72.
Golitsyn, Prince Reading Anna in Parts [Translation of the sections of Prince Golitsyn’s diaries

Vladimir Mikhailovich. pertaining to his serialized reading of Anna Karenina in The Russian Herald]. Translated and introduced by William Mills Todd III. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 125-128.


Gusev, N.N. Excerpts from: Iz arkhiva N.N. Guseva: Novye materialy o L.N. Tolstom. Ed. by A.D. Donskov. Comp. by Z.N. Ivanova and L.D. Gromova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and State L.N. Tolstoy Museum, Moscow, 2002. Translation by John Woodsworth. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 66-90.
Sologub, Fedor. The One Path of Lev Tolstoy. Introduction, translation, and annotation by Jason Merill. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 47-54.
Tolstoy, Leo. Preface to Tokology, Or the Science of Childbirth by Doctor of Medicine Alice Stockham. Translated and annotated by Robert Edwards. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 105-106.
Tolstoy, Leo. Afterword to The Kreutzer Sonata. Translated and annotated by Robert Edwards. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 111-121.
Tolstoy, Leo. On the Relations Between the Sexes. Translated and annotated by Robert Edwards. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 153-155.
Tsurikov, N.A. Encounters with Tolstoy. Translated, introduced, and annotated by Vladimir A. Tsurikov. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 79-98.

Voloshin, M.A. The Destiny of Lev Tolstoy. Commentary and notes by Zahar Davydov. Translated by Larysa Iarovenko and Donna Orwin. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 71-78.

Part IV – Reviews

Barran, Thomas. Anthony Thorbly. Leo Tolstoy. Anna Karenina. Landmarks of World Literature. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Volume I, 1988, pp. 30-32.


Brock, Peter. The Doukhobor Centenary in Canada: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective on Their Unity and Diversity. Eds. Andrew Donskov, John Woodsworth, and Chad Gaffield. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group and Institute of Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa, 2000. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 109-111.
Buckler, Julie. Donna Tussing Orwin, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Tolstoy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 155-157.
Chances, Ellen. Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and Bernard Rose’s “Anna Karenina”: And Never the Twain Shall Meet [Film Review]. Volume X, 1998, pp. 130-132.
Cruise, Edwina. Lev Tolstoi. Voina i mir. Moscow: I.V. Zakharov, 2000. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 134-136.
Cruise, Edwina. Liza Knapp and Amy Mandelker, eds. Approaches to Teaching Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2003. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 112-114.
Denner, Michael. Lev Anninsky. Okhota na L’va. Tula: Izd-vo Shar, 1998. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 144-147.
Donskov, A.A. Lidiia D. Opul’skaia. Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoi. Materialy k biografii s 1892 po 1899 god. Moscow: Nasledie, 1998. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 125-126.
Donskov, A.A. L.N. Tolstoy. Complete Collected Works in 100 Volumes. (a) Works of fiction in 18 volumes. Series I, Vol. I. Moscow: Nauka, 2000. (b) Redactions and variants in works of fiction in 17 volumes. Series II, Vol. I [= Vol. 19 of the complete set]. Moscow: Nauka, 2000. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 106-109.
Donskov, A.A. Peter Brock and John L. Keep, eds. Life in a Penal Battalion of the Imperial Russian Army: The Tolstoyan N.T. Iziumchenko’s Story. Trans. John L. Keep. York (UK): William Sessions Ltd, 2001. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 136-137.
Emerson, Caryl. Martine de Courcel. Tolstoy: The Ultimate Reconciliation. New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1988. Volume II, 1989, pp. 75-78.
Emerson, Caryl. Jay Parini. The Last Station: A Novel of Tolstoy’s Last Year. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1990. Volume III, 1990, pp. 124-127.
Emerson, Caryl. Gary Adelman. Anna Karenina: The Bitterness of Ecstasy. Twayne’s Masterwork Series. Boston: J.K. Hall, 1990. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 151-154.
Emerson, Caryl. M.I. Shcherbakova, ed. Mir filologii. Posviashchaetsia Lidii Dmitrievne Gromovoi-Opul’skoi. Moscow: Nasledie, 2000. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 115-117.
Grothe, Anja. A Duet in Passion and Suffering: Shared Experience’s Anna Karenina. Adapted from Leo Tolstoy’s novel by Helen Edmundson, directed by Nancy Meckler. (World premiere, January 30, 1992.) Performed at the Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, November 11-14, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 132-133.
Gromova-Opul’skaia Sergei Romanov, ed. Russkie mysliteli o Tolstom. Tula: “Iasnaia Poliana”

L.D. Publishers, 2002 [Text of review translated by Lonny Harrison]. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 117-121.


Gustafson, Richard F. Dragan Milivojevic. Leo Tolstoy and The Oriental Religious Heritage. East European Monographs, Boulder, CO; Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1999. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 123-125.
Heim, Michael. A Calendar of Wisdom: Daily Thoughts to Nourish the Soul Written and Selected from the World’s Sacred Texts by Leo Tolstoy. Translated from the Russian by Peter Sekirin. New York: Scribner, 1997. Volume X, 1998, pp. 128-130.
Jahn, Gary R. L.N. Tolstoi. Ispoved’. Edited by Galina Galagan. Foreword by Father Alexandr Men’. Afterword by Aleksandr Panchenko. Leningrad: “Khudozhestvennaia literatura,” 1991. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 133-135.

Jahn, Gary R. A.D. Donskov, ed; Z.N. Ivanova and L.D. Gromova, compilers. Iz arkhiva N.N. Guseva: Novye materialy o L.N. Tolstom. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and State L.N. Tolstoy Museum, Moscow, 2002. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 147-148.


Knapp, Liza. Andrew Donskov and John Woodsworth, eds. Lev Tolstoy and the Concept of Brotherhood. Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of Ottawa 22-24 February 1996. New York-Ottawa-Toronto: Legas, 1996. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 114-116.
Kopper, John M. Michael R. Katz, ed. Tolstoy’s Short Fiction. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1991. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 147-151.
Kopper, John M. Martin Bidney. Patterns of Epiphany: From Wordsworth to Tolstoy, Pater, and Barrett Browning. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1997. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 108-110.
Kovarsky, Gina. Memoirs of Peasant Tolstoyans in Soviet Russia. Translated, edited and with an introduction by William Edgerton. Bloomington, Ill.: Indiana University Press, 1993. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 175-177.
Kovarsky, Gina. Natasha Sankovitch. Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 124-126.
Kovarsky, Gina. I.B. Remizov. L.N. Tolstoi: Dialogi vo vremeni. Tula: Izdatel’stvo Tulskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo universiteta im. L.N. Tolstogo, 1998. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 130-131.
Mandelker, Amy. Peter Ulf Møller. Postlude to the Kreutzer Sonata. Tolstoj and the Debate on Sexual Morality in Russian Literature of the 1890s. Trans. from the Danish by John Kendal. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1988. Volume II, 1989, pp. 82-85.
Mandelker, Amy. Gary R. Jahn, ed. Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Il’ich. A Critical Companion. Northwestern/AATSEEL Critical Companions to Russian Literature. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1999. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 137-138.
Mandelker, Amy. Kåre Johan Mjør. Desire, Death, and Imitation. Narrative Patterns in the Late Tolstoy. Bergen, Norway: Slavica Bergensia 4 (2002). Volume XV, 2003, pp. 111-112.
Mandelker, Amy. Anna in the Tropics. A play in two acts, by Nilo Cruz. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 114-116.
McLean, Hugh. David Holbrook. Tolstoy, Woman, and Death: A Study of War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Madison, Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickenson University Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1997. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 141-145.
McLean, Hugh. L.N. Tolstoi and S.A. Tolstaia. Perepiska s N.N. Strakhovym. The Tolstoys’ Correspondence with N.N. Strakhov. A.A. Donskov, ed.; L.D. Gromova and T.G. Nikiforova, compilers. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: L.N. Tolstoy State Museum, 2000. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 111-114.
McLean , Hugh. L.N. Tolstoi and N.N. Strakhov. L.N. Tolstoi I N.N. Strakhov: Polnoe sobranie perepiski. A.A. Donskov, ed.; L.D. Gromova and T.G. Nikiforova, compilers. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: L.N. Tolstoy State Museum, 2003. 2 vols. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 122-124.
Medzhibovskaya, Inessa. Anna Glebovna Grodetskaia. Otvety predaniia: zhitiia sviatykh v dukhovnom poiske L’va Tolstogo. St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2000. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 148-155.
Nickell, William. Daniel Rancour-Laferriere. Tolstoy on the Couch: Misogyny, Masochism and the Absent Mother. New York: New York University Press, 1998. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 127-130.
Orwin, Donna. A.N. Wilson. Tolstoy. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1988. Volume II, 1989, pp. 73-74.
Orwin, Donna. A.K. Zholkovsky: Two Articles: “Lev Tolstoi i Mikhail Zoshchenko kak zerkalo i zazerkal’e russkoi revolutsii,” Sintaksis, 16 (1986): 103-128; “Three on Courtship, Corpses, and Culture: Tolstoj, ‘Posle bala’ – Zoshchenko, ‘Dama s cvetami’ – E. Ginzburg, ‘Rai pod mikroskopom,” Wiener Slawistischer Almanakh, 22 (1988): 7-24. Volume II, 1989, pp. 79-82.
Pallitto, Elizabeth A. Pier Cesare Bori. L’altro Tolstoj. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1995. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 110-112.
Parthé, Kathleen Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace. Modern Critical Interpretations. Ed. and with an Introduction by Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House, 1988. Volume II, 1989, pp. 78-79.
Rindisbacher, Hans Jürg, Gary Saul Morson. Narrative and Freedom: The Shadows of Time. New

and Rudova, Larissa Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994. Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 143-149.


Roney, James N. Eric de Haard. Narrative and Anti-Narrative Structures in Lev Tolstoy’s Early Works. Studies in Slavic Literatures and Poetics, Volume XVI. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989. Volume IV, 1991, pp. 154-157.
Sandler, Stephanie. Louise Smoluchowski. Lev and Sonia: The Story of the Tolstoy Marriage. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1987. Volume I, 1988, pp. 27-30.
Sankovitch, Natasha. Gareth Williams. The Influence of Tolstoy on Readers of His Works. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellon Press, 1990. Volume VI, 1993, pp. 171-175.
Sloane, David. George R. Clay. Tolstoy’s Phoenix: From Method to Meaning in War and Peace. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 123-124.
Testa, Carlo. Lev Tolstoj. Guerra e pace [Voina i mir]. Translated by Enrichetta Carafa d’Andria. Preface by Leone Ginzburg. Introduction by Pier Cesare Bori. Turin: Einaudi, 1998 [1990, 1942]. 2 vols. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 131-133.
Testa, Carlo. Paolo and Vittorio Taviani’s Saint Michael Had a Rooster (San Michele aveva un gallo, 1971): A Cinematic Re-creation of Tolstoy’s Divine and Human (Bozheskoe i chelovecheskoe). Volume XI, 1999, pp. 139-141.
Trigos, Ludmilla A. Vasily Staroi. Pierre and Natasha. The Sequel to L.N. Tolstoi’s Novel War and Peace. Moscow: Vagrius Publishers, 1996. 2 vols. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 138-139.
Turner, C.J.G. I. Borisova, ed. Neivestnyi Tolstoi v arkhivakh Rossii i SshA. Moscow: AO Tekhna-2, 1994. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 112-114.
Vaganova, Zinaida. Alexander Fodor. A Quest for a Non-Violent Russia: The Partnership of Leo Tolstoy and Vladimir Chertkov. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1989. Volume III, 1990, pp. 130-132.
Warner, Nicholas O. Il’ia Tolstoi. Svet iasnoi poliany. Moscow: Molodaia gvardiia, 1986. Volume I, 1988, pp. 32-33.
Wasiolek, Edward. Hugh McLean, ed. In the Shade of the Giant. Essays on Tolstoy. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989. Volume III, 1990, pp. 128-130.
Wasiolek, Edward. Ivan Bunin. The Liberation of Tolstoy. A Tale of Two Writers. Ed. and trans. Thomas Marullo and Valdimir T. Khmelkov. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2001. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 137-138.
Weir, Justin. Helena Goscilo and Petre Petrov, eds. Anna Karenina on Page & Screen. Studies in Slavic Cultures II. Pittsburgh: Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 2001. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 138-140.
Whittaker, Robert. L.D. Gromov-Opul’skaia and Z.N. Ivanova, eds. Novye materialy L.N. Tolstogo i o Tolstom. Iz arkhiva N.N. Guseva. Ed. A.A. Donskov. Munich: Verlag Otto Sanger (Vorträge und Abhandlungen zur Slavistik, 32), 1997. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 116-117.
Whittaker, Robert. S.L. Tolstoy. Sergej Tolstoy and the Doukhobors: A Journey to Canada: Diary and Correspondence (Sergej Tolstoi i dukhoborstsy: puteshestvie v Kanadu: Dnevnik i perepiska). Compiled and with notes by Tatyana Nikiforova. Translated by John Woodsworth, edited by Andrew Donskov. Tolstoy Series, 1. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, and Moscow: L.N. Tolstoy State Museum, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 126-128.
Whittaker, Robert. L.N. Tolstoi i F.A. Zheltov. Compiled by L.V. Gladkova, edited by Andrew Donskov. Tolstoy Series 2. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: L.N. Tolstoy State Museum, 1999. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 135-136.

Part V – Archival Research

Alexeeva, Galina. Leo Tolstoy and James Mavor. Volume X, 1998, pp. 80-88.


Donskov, Andrew. N.N. Strakhov’s Correspondence with L.N. Tolstoy (1894-1896). Volume XI, 1999, pp. 72-108.
Donskov, Andrew. New Materials on Leo Tolstoy: From the Archive of Nikolai N. Gusev. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 62-65.
Shcherbakov, Viktor. An Unknown Source of War and Peace (My Notes by Freemason P. Ia. Titov). Volume IX, 1997, pp. 66-84.

Part VI – Research Notes, Bibliographies, and Miscellaneous Entries

Aburaya, Miyuki. The Japan Tolstoy Association. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 141-143.


Briggs, A.D. P. I Come as a Thief: Notes on the Retranslation of War and Peace. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 100-108.
Carson, Anne. TVMen: Tolstoy [Poem]. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 56-61.
Conliffe, Mark. Annotated Bibliography for 1997 and Early 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 108-118.
Conliffe, Mark. Supplement to the Annotated Bibliography for 1996-1997. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 118-122.
Conliffe, Mark. Supplement to the Annotated Bibliography, 1998-1999. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 97-105.
Conliffe, Mark. Annotated Bibliography, 1988-1994. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 120-133.
Conliffe, Mark. Supplement to the Annotated Bibliography for 1988-1994. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 126-143.
Conliffe, Mark. Supplement to the Annotated Bibliography for 1988-1994. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 107-110.
Croskey, Robert M. Saving Iasnaia Poliana. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 92-99.
Davis, Robert H., Jr. A Report on the Third Seminar on Tolstoy and America. Volume, II, 1989, pp. 109-113.
Dennis, Carl. Audience [Poem]. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 55-56.
Dunn, Stephen. Tolstoy in South Jersey [Poem]. Volume XIII, 2001, p. 96.
Edgerton, William. Meeting an Old Tolstoyan Leader in Siberia. Volume, III, 1990, pp. 133-134.
Flath, Carol, and Two More Views on the Pevear-Volokhonsky Translation of Anna Karenina.

Sheldon, Richard. With a Response from Hugh McLean. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 108-118.


Gregg, Richard. Tolstoy as Goldilocks: The Solution to a Mystery. Volume XV, 2003, p. 99.
Gromova-Opul’skaia, The Academic Edition of Tolstoy’s Works. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 92-95.

L.D.
Gromova-Opul’skaia, Request from the Editorship of the New Academic Edition of Tolstoy’s Writings.

L.D. Volume X, 1998, p. 122.
Gromova-Opul’skaia, Was Levin’s sky “high” or “quiet” in Anna Karenina? Volume XIV, 2002, pp.

L.D. 91-92.


Haddock, Paul, and Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography from 1995. Volume IX, 1997,

Pomeranzev, Ilia. pp. 96-106.


Haddock, Paul. Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography for 1997-1999. Volume XI, 1999, pp. 112-117.
Haddock, Paul. Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography, 1999-2000. Volume XII, 2000, pp. 88-96.
Haddock, Paul. Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography, 2000-2001. Volume XIII, 2001, pp. 112-119.
Haddock, Paul. Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography, 2001-2002. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 119-125.
Haddock, Paul. Recent Publications and Annotated Bibliography, 2002-2003. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 100-105.
Hruska, Anne. Conference in Tbilisi. Volume XIV, 2002, pp. 158-160.
Hudspith, Sarah. [Account of] L.N. Tolstoi v dvizhenii vremeni. Linked conferences in honour of the 175th anniversary of the writer’s birth. Iasnaia Poliana, Tula, Moscow, 28 August – 5 September 2003. Volume XV, 2003, pp. 125-129.
Jahn, Gary, and Annotated Bibliography. Volume I, 1988, pp. 53-58.

Mandelker, Amy.


Jahn, Gary. Annotated Bibliography. Volume II, 1989, pp. 97-100.
Khan, Halimur. Doctoral Dissertations Written in the United States and Canada on Leo Tolstoy, 1913-1996. Volume IX, 1997, pp. 85-92.
Khan, Halimur. Candidate and Doctoral Dissertations Written in the former Soviet Union (FSU) and Russia on Leo Tolstoy, 1941-1997. Volume X, 1998, pp. 89-107.
Klimoff, Alexis. Is it “Lévin” or “Lëvin”? Volume XI, 1999, pp. 108-111.
Mandelker, Amy, and A Report on the Soviet-American Tolstoy Conference. Volume I, 1988, pp. 59-

Silbajoris, Frank. 60.


McMartin, Carolyn. The Chronicle [Observations made by the translator of N.N. Gusev’s Chronology of the Life and Work of Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy]. Volume I, 1988, pp. 47-52.
Morson, Gary Saul. NEH Summer Seminar on Russian Literature: A Call for Applications. Volume III, 1990, p. 134.
Nickell, William. Report from Iasnaia Poliana, September 29 – October 3, 1998. Volume X, 1998, pp. 119-121.
Osipova, Elvira. Saint Petersburg Conference, September 2001. Volume XIII, 2001, p. 141.
Schefski, Harold. Annotated Bibliography. Volume III, 1990, pp. 135-139; Volume IV, 1991, pp. 159-161.
Schefski, Harold. Bibliographical Abstracts. Volume V, 1992, pp. 89-91; Volume VI, 1993, p. 178; Volume VII, 1994, p. 94; Volume VIII, 1995-1996, pp. 198-199.
Schneider, Steven P. A.D. Gordon: “Tolstoy in Palestine” [Poem]. Volume XIII, 2001, p. 97.
Weir, Justin. Harvard Tolstoy Conference. Volume XIV, 2002, p. 158.
Whittaker, Robert. The Tolstoy Archival and Manuscript Project. Volume I, 1988, pp. 61-65.
Whittaker, Robert. Americans Write to Tolstoy: A Report on the Tolstoy-USA Project. Volume V, 1992, pp. 87-88.


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