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Russian Literature

Authorial Intent vs. Critical Reaction: Fedor Sologub’s Hostages of Life and the Crisis of Russian Symbolism.

Slavic and East European Journal 61.4 (2017): 754-777.

Письма Ан. Н. Чеботаревской к Е. А. Ляцкому (1912-1917) (The Letters of Anastasiia Chebotarevskaia to Evgenii Liatskii).

In: Федор Сологуб: Разыскания и материалы, ed. Margarita Pavlova (Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2016: 422-437.

Образ Иуды в творчестве Федора Сологуба (The Image of Judas in the Works of Fedor Sologub).

Russkaia literatura (St. Petersburg) #4 (2013): 28-34.

Сборник Анастасии Чеботаревской Любовь в письмах выдающихся людей XVIII и XIX века и символистский дискурс о любви (Anastasiia Chebotarevskaia’s Collection Love in the Letters of Outstanding People of the XVIII and XIX Centuries and Symbolist Discourse about Love).

In: «Жизнь сердца»: Дух-душа-тело и Я-Ты отношение в русской литературе и культуре ХХ-ХХI веков, ed. Maria Cymborska-Leboda (et al.) (Lublin: Marie Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 2012): 315-325.

Драма Ф. Сологуба «Дар мудрых пчел»: Текстуальные источники (F. Sologub’s Drama The Gift of the Wise Bees: Textual Sources)

In: Fedor Sologub: Biografiia, Tvorchestvo, Interpretatsii, ed. Margarita Pavlova (St. Petersburg: Institut russkoi literatury (Pushkinskii dom) Rossiiskoi akademii nauk, 2010): 295-317.

«Дар мудрых пчел» Ф. Сологуба – текстуальный диалог с Анненским? (Fedor Sologub’s The Gift of the Wise Bees and Textual Dialog with Annenskii)

Russkaia literatura (St. Petersburg) #2 (2010): 48-54.

Textual Transformations in Fedor Sologub’s Kniga prevrashchenii.

In: American Contributions to the 14th International Congress of Slavists.  Vol. 2:  Literature, ed. David M. Bethea (Bloomington, IN:  Slavica, 2008): 107-124.

Plagiarism or Russian Symbolist Intertextuality?:  Hawthorne’s ‘The Snow Image’ and Sologub’s ‘Snegurochka’.

Slavonica 12.2 (November 2006):  107-128.

‘Revealed’ Sources and Hidden Intertextual Dialog in Sologub’s Pobeda smerti.

Russian Literature 59.1 (2006):  113-134.

Fedor Sologub’s Unofficial Dramatic Trilogy:  Composition and Intertextual Echoes.

Slavica Gandensia 32 (2005):  105-122.

From Fairy Tale to ‘Dramatic Fairy Tale’:  Fedor Sologub’s Nocturnal Dances, Intertextuality, and the Crisis of Russian Symbolism.

Scando-Slavica 50 (2004):  111-129.

Fedor Sologub’s Symbolist Recreation of Lev Tolstoy.

In: American Contributions to the Thirteenth International Congress of Slavists (Ljubljana, 2003), Volume 2: Literature, ed. Robert A. Maguire and Alan Timberlake (Bloomington:  Slavica, 2003):  123-138.

‘East or West’: World War I as Apocalypse in Fedor Sologub’s War Poetry.

The Silver Age of Russian Literature and Culture, 1881-1921 3-4 (2000-2001): 105-125.

The Many “Loves” of Fedor Sologub: The Textual History of Incest in His Drama.

Slavic and East European Journal 44.3 (Fall 2000):  429-447.

Тайное признание в инцесте в драме Федора Сологуба Победа смерти. (Hidden Confession of Incest in Fedor Sologub’s Drama The Victory of Death).

Russkaia literatura (St. Petersburg), #2 (2000):  138-145.

‘Moia biografiia nikomu ne nuzhna’: Behind Sologub’s Literary Mask (review article).

The Silver Age of Russian Literature and Culture, 1881-1921 2 (1999): 115-124.

Fedor Sologub’s Van’ka Kliuchnik i Pazh Zhean: Sources, Structure, and Significance.

Elementa: Journal of Slavic Studies and Comparative Cultural Semiotics 4.2 (1998): 157-176.

Turgenev’s Nov’ as Epilogue to ‘Hamlet and Don Quixote’.

Russkij tekst (St. Petersburg) 3 (1995): 100-109.