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English-Language Primary Sources for the Study of Soviet History
An on-line resource
 
Conceived of and developed by Professor Terry Martin
Supported by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Education and Harvard University. Contributions by David Brandenberger, Katia Dianina and Mark Baker. Copyright © Terry Martin.
 
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fiction (Saat-Svetlov)
 
SAAT MARI 1947
 
Saat, Mari. What do we do about Mother? Moscow: Raduga Publishers, c1985.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PH666.29.A17 A2 1985 Consult Circ. desk
for HWUCWV
CONTENTS: The secret poodle -- Rosebuds -- At school -- Catastrophe --
What do we do about Mother?
 
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SABUROVA IRINA
 
Saburova, Irina. "Because of the Violets." IN: Pachmuss, Temira. A Russian cultural revival: a critical anthology of emigre
literature before 1939. 1st ed. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press,
c1981.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3213.P3
 
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SAKSE ANNA 1905
 
Sakse, Anna. Flowers: fairy-tales. Riga: Liesma, 1978.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG9048.S3 P313 1978 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWFNXW
 
Sakse, Anna. "My Friend Builds a House." IN: The Glade with life-giving water: stories from the Soviet Baltic Republics.
Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1981.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG8111.E8 G5 Consult Circ. Desk for
HWFNWP
 
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SARTAKOV SERGEI VENEDIKTOVICH 1908
 
Sartakov, Sergei Venediktovich. The philosopher's stone. Soviet novels series.
Moscow: Progress, 1975.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S34 F5 Consult Circ. desk for
HW80I0.
 
Sartakov, Sergei Venediktovich. Siberian stories. [Moscow]: Progress
Publishers, c1979.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S34 S513 x Consult Circ. desk
for HW80HY.
CONTENTS: Mountain wind.--Never surrender your queen.--The slow gavotte
("Goatface").
 
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SATS NATALIIA ILINICHNA 1904
 
Sats, Nataliia Il'inichna. Sketches from my life. Moscow: Raduga, c1985.
LOCATION: Theatre Collection: HTC-LC PN2728.S29 A3 1985
 
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SAVINKOV BORIS VIKTOROVICH 1879 1925
 
Savinkov, B. V. (Boris Viktorovich). The pale horse. The Modern Russian
library. Dublin: Maunsel, 1917.
LOCATION: Master Microforms: Microfiche Mas 160 Microfiche [Cambridge, Mass.]
: Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [1988]. 2 microfiches :
negative. Microfiche Library has: 2 fiches.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.20.421.5 Photocopy.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.20.425 **ME
 
Savinkov, B. V. (Boris Viktorovich). Memoirs of a terrorist. New York, A. & C.
Boni, 1931.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 1643.71.10 Library has: Copy A. Copy B. Library has:
2 copies
 
Savinkov, B. V. (Boris Viktorovich). What never happened; a novel of the
revolution. Borzoi Russian translations, XIII. New York, A.A. Knopf, 1917.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.20.411
 
Savinkov, B. V. (Boris Viktorovich). The black horse; a novel, by Boris Savinkoff (Ropshin)
London, Williams and Norgate [1924]
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.20.425
 
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SCHAKOVSKOY ZINAIDA PRINCESSE 1908
 
Schakovskoy, Zinaida, princesse. The fall of eagles; precursors of Peter the
Great. [1st American ed.]. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1964].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 815.20.5
 
Schakovskoy, Zinaida, princesse. Precursors of Peter the Great; the reign of
Tsar Alexis, Peter the Great's father, and the young Peter's struggle against
the Regent Sophia for the mastery of Russia. London, J. Cape [1964].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 815.20
 
Schakovskoy, Zinaida, princesse. The privilege was mine; a Russian princess
returns to the Soviet Union. [1st American ed.]. New York, Putnam [1959].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 1711.10.172
 
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SEIFULLINA L (LIDIIA) 1889 1954
 
Seifullina, Lidiia. "The Law-Breakers." In: Reavey, George, ed. and tr. Soviet literature, an anthology. London, Wishart &
Co. [1933].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.54 Consult circ desk for Copy
A=HNE5DG Library has: Copy A.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.54 Library has: Copy B. Copy A trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
Seifullina, Lidiia. "The Old Woman." In: Azure cities: stories of new Russia. New York: International Publishers, 1929.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 11
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.32 Consult Circ. desk for
Copy A=HWRE3D Library has: Copy A. Copy B.
 
 
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SELVINSKII ILIA LVOVICH 1899 1968
 
Selvinskii, Ilia. "The Golden Melody." In: Reavey, George, ed. and tr. Soviet literature, an anthology. London, Wishart &
Co. [1933].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.54 Consult circ desk for Copy
A=HNE5DG Library has: Copy A.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.54 Library has: Copy B. Copy A trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
Selvinskii, Ilia. Poems. In: New directions in prose and poetry (1941). Norfolk, Ct.: New Directions, 1936-c1991.
LOCATION: Hilles: PS536.N37
LOCATION: Lamont: PS536.N37
LOCATION: Loeb Design: NK 1510 L368 Library has: 1939
LOCATION: Widener: AL 399.36 Consult Circ. desk for v. 16=HWISY7
 
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SEMENOV SERGEI ALEKSANDROVICH 1893
 
Semenov, Sergei. "The Birth of a Slave." In: Konovalov, S. (Serge), comp. Bonfire; stories out of Soviet Russia. London, E.
Benn [1932].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.315
 
Semenov, Sergei. "Natalia Tarpova." In: Reavey, George, ed. and tr. Soviet literature, an anthology. London, Wishart &
Co. [1933].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.54 Consult circ desk for Copy
A=HNE5DG Library has: Copy A.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.54 Library has: Copy B. Copy A trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
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SEMIN VITALII 1927 1978
 
Semin, Vitalii. Seven in one house. London, Joseph, 1968.
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3486.E5 S413
 
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SEMUSHKIN TIKHON ZAKHAROVICH
 
Semushkin, Tikhon Zakharovich. Alitet goes to the hills; a novel. Library of
selected Soviet literature. 2d ed. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1952.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4637.57.710 Consult circ. desk for
HNDKP9
 
Semushkin, Tikhon Zakharovich. Children of the soviet Arctic. London, New
York, Hutchinson [1944].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4637.57.700
 
Semushkin, Tikhon Zakharovich. Peoples regenerated. Sketches of Soviet life.
Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1953.
LOCATION: CRL (Chicago):
 
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SERAFIMOVICH ALEKSANDR SERAFIMOVICH 1863 1949
 
Serafimovich, A.. The iron flood. New York, International Publishers, 1935.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S48 3Ia
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4638.74.700
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3470.P6 Z313 1956x **ME
 
Serafimovich, A.. Sand and other stories. Library of selected Soviet
literature. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, [1956].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4638.74.710 Consult circ. desk for
HNDL4A
 
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SEREBRIAKOVA GALINA IOSIFOVNA 1905
 
Sokol'nikova, Galina Osipovna Serebriakova. Nine women, drawn from the epoch of
the French revolution. New York, J. Cape & H. Smith; London [etc.] J. Cape
[1932].
LOCATION: Biblioteca Berenson: House DC145.S62 1932 Accession no.: 25,027.
SAL.V.9.
 
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SERGEEV TSENSKII SERGEI NIKOLAEVICH 1875 1958
 
Sergeev-TSenskii, Sergei Nikolaevich. Brusilov's breakthrough, a novel of the
first world war. London, New York [etc.] Hutchinson & Co. ltd. [1945].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S484 3B
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3470.S4 B713x
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4638.76.700
 
Sergeev-TSenskii, Sergei Nikolaevich. Transfiguration. New York: Robert M.
McBride, 1926.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4638.76.710
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S484 3Ta
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3470.S4 T7x
 
Sergeev-TSenskii, Sergei Nikolaevich. "The Demigod." IN: Selver, Paul, comp. and tr. Anthology of modern Slavonic literature in prose
and verse. London, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., ltd.; New York, E.P. Dutton
& Co., 1919.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 377.3
 
Sergeev-TSenskii, Sergei Nikolaevich. "The Man You Couldn't Kill." In: Cournos, John, comp. and tr. Short stories out of Soviet Russia. New York,
E.P. Dutton & Co., inc. [c1929].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 12
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.33 Consult circ desk for Copy
B=HNE5CK Library has: Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.33 Library has: Copy A. Copy B trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
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SHAGINIAN MARIETTA SERGEEVNA 1888
 
Shaginian, Marietta Sergeevna. Retracing Lenin's steps. Soviet authors
library. Moscow: Progress Publishers, c1974.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 1714.515.641
 
Shaginian, Marietta Sergeevna. Journey through Soviet Armenia. Moscow, Foreign
Languages Pub. House, 1954.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Ott 3465.10
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Ott 3465.10 Consult circ. desk for
HNEAHM
 
Shaginian, Marietta Sergeevna. Mess-mend, Yankees in Petrograd. Ann Arbor:
Ardis, c1991.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S437 M413 1991
 
Shaginian, Marietta Sergeevna. "Three Looms." IN: Azure cities: stories of new Russia. New York: International Publishers, 1929.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 11
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.32 Consult Circ. desk for
Copy A=HWRE3D Library has: Copy A. Copy B.
 
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SHALAMOV VARLAM TIKHONOVICH
 
Shalamov, Varlam Tikhonovich. Graphite. 1st ed. New York: Norton, c1981.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3487.A592 K6413
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3487.A592 K6413
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3487.A592 K6413
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3487.A592 K6413
 
Shalamov, Varlam Tikhonovich. Kolyma tales. [1st ed.]. New York: W. W.
Norton, c1980.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3487.A592 K613 x
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3487.A592 K613 x
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3487.A592 K6413 x, 1980
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3487.A592 K6413 x, 1980 **ME
 
Shalamov, Varlam Tikhonovich. Kolymskie tetradi. Moskva: "Versty", 1994.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3486.A595 K66 1994 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWIB2Z
 
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SHAMIAKIN IVAN
 
Shamiakin, Ivan. Snowtime: a novel. Soviet novel series. Moscow, Progress
Publishers [1973].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4843.2.700
 
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SHCHERBAKOVA GALINA
 
Shcherbakova, Galina. "The Wall." In: Balancing acts: contemporary stories. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,
c1989.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3286.B25 1989
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3286.B25 1989
LOCATION: Schlesinger: 891.7 G676b
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3286.B25 1989
 
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SHESTOV LEV 1866 1938
 
Shestov, Lev. Athens and Jerusalem. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1966.
LOCATION: Hilles: 201 S55a
LOCATION: Lamont: BL51.S52273
LOCATION: Widener: Phil 8598.79.5.15
 
Shestov, Lev. Penultimate words: and other essays. Boston: J. W. Luce, 1916.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC B4259.S52 E55 x, 1916
 
Shestov, Lev. All things are possible. New York: R.M. McBride & Co., 1920.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S55 3Aa
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.21.411
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC B4259.S53 A62 1977
 
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SHISHKOV V IA (VIACHESLAV IAKOVLEVICH) 1873 1945
 
Shishkov, V. IA. (Viacheslav IAkovlevich). Children of darkness. London,
Victor Gollancz ltd., 1931.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4639.41.703 **ME
Notes: [Fil'ka i Amel'ka. English]
 
Shishkov, V. IA. (Viacheslav IAkovlevich). "Cranes." In: Azure cities: stories of new Russia. New York: International Publishers, 1929.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 11
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.32 Consult Circ. desk for
Copy A=HWRE3D Library has: Copy A. Copy B.
 
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SHKAPSKAIA MARIIA 1891 1952
 
Shkapskaia, Mariia. It actually happened, a book of facts. Moscow, Foreign
languaes publishing house, 1942.
LOCATION: Widener: HB 551.80
 
Shkapskaia, Mariia. Mariya Shkapskaya: the mother and the stern master:
selected poems. Nottingham: Astra Prres, 1998.
LOCATION: Widener: Ordered--received
 
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SHKLOVSKII VIKTOR BORISOVICH 1893
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. Lev Tolstoy. Moscow: Raduga, c1988.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3385.S4913 1988x
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3385.S4913 1988x
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3385.S4913
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Ordered--received Consult Circ. desk
for HW60VN. **ME
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. Mayakovsky and his circle. New York, Dodd, Mead
[1972].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 M21 9S
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4565.41.826
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.M312 S5413 x, 1974
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. Theory of prose. 1st American ed. [Elmwood
Park, IL, USA: Dalkey Archive Press, c1990.
LOCATION: Hilles: PN3457.S4913 1990
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PN3457.S4913 1990
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. A sentimental journey; memoirs, 1917-1922.
Ithaca, Cornell University Press [1970].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.22.22
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC DK265.7.S5313 1984 **ME
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. Third factory. Ann Arbor: Ardis, c1977.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S488 T713 x
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. Zoo; or, Letters not about love. Ithaca,
Cornell University Press [1971].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.22.700
 
Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich. "St. Petersburg in 1920." IN: Konovalov, S. (Serge), comp. Bonfire; stories out of Soviet Russia. London, E.
Benn [1932].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.315
 
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SHMELEV I S (IVAN SERGEEVICH) 1875 1950
 
Shmelev, I. S. (Ivan Sergeevich). The sun of the dead. London, Toronto, J.M.
Dent and Sons ltd., New York, E.P. Dutton & Co., 1927.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.28.35.4
 
Shmelev, I. S. (Ivan Sergeevich). That which happened. London; Toronto: J. M.
Dent & Sons, 1924.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4353.28.413
 
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SHOLOKHOV MIKHAIL ALEKSANDROVICH 1905
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Tales of the Don. 1st American ed. New
York: Knopf, 1962 [c1961].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S56 3Ta
[Sixteen stories related to the "Don cycle"; appeared in Russian before 1926 in periodicals and collections]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. The science of hatred. New York: New Age
Publishers, 1943.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4639.65.710
[This story opens with a quotation from the May Day order of Marshal Stalin: "One cannot defeat an enemy without having learnt to hate him heart and soul," and continues with an account of German barbarities inflicted on Russian prisoners of war.]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. One man's destiny: and other stories,
articles and sketches, 1923-1963. 1st American ed. New York: Knopf, 1967.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S56 2.1a
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3476.S52 S53 1967 **ME
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. At the bidding of the heart: essays,
sketches, speeches, papers. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1973.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4639.65.725
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Virgin soil upturned. Penguin modern
classics. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; New York: Penguin Books, 1977.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S56 3Vc Library has: v. 1-2
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S52 P613 x, 1977 Consult Circ.
desk for HW8EEI. **ME
[Collective farm novel]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Stories. Moscow: Progress Publishers,
c1975.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4639.65.730 Consult circ. desk for
HNE4WL
CONTENTS: The birth-mark.--The herdsman.--The bastard.--The azure steppe.
--The foal.--Alien blood.--The fate of a man.
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Short stories. Collected works in eight
volumes; v. 1. Moscow: Raduga Publishers, c1984.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S52 A23 1984 vol. 1
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. The fate of a man. Library of Soviet short
stories. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House [1957].
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3476.S52 S813x
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4639.65.715 Consult circ. desk for
HNDQGI **ME
[The story concerns the fate of Andrei Sokolov who, having suffered as a prisoner of war, performed deeds of great heroism, and lost his entire family, befriends one of the thousands of displaced children who roamed Russia during and after World War II]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. They fought for their country: a novel; The
fate of a man: a story. Collected works in eight volumes; v. 8. Moscow: Raduga
Publishers, c1984.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S52 A23 1984 vol. 8
[Through the eyes of main characters we witness a variety of war-time experiences, beginning with the retreat of the Soviet soldiers after the battle of Sukhoy Ilmen and periodically coming to focus on scenes of battle against the German invaders who suffer heavy casualties and repeated frustration before the sheer heroism of the Soviet troops. Violent battle scenes are cushioned by episodes of earthy, military comradery and passages depicting civilian reaction to the "fatherland war." The story culminates in a long, patriotic speech predicting victory and commending the peasant-soldiery for their deeds.]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. And quiet flows the Don: a novel in four
books. Library of Soviet literature. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1967.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4639.65.702.10 Consult circ. desk
for v.1=HNDPZE, v.2=HNDQ1, v.3=HNDQ17, v.4=HNDQ16 Library has: 4 v. **ME
[Chronicle of the Melekhov family and others through the war and the first years of the Russian civil strife that followed the revolution. At the end of the Civil War Melekhov is left completely alone, isolated from the forward movement of the people, bereft of Aksinia, waiting for the execution of a judgment against him.]
 
Sholokhov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Collected works in eight volumes. Moscow:
Raduga Publishers, c1984.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S52 A23 1984 Library has: 8 v.
CONTENTS: v. 1. Short stories -- v. 2-5. Quiet flows the Don -- v. 6-7.
Virgin soil upturned -- v. 8. They fought for their country.
The fate of a man.
 
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SHOSHIN MIKHAIL
 
Shoshin, Mikhail. "A Rendezvous." IN: Fen, Elisaveta, tr. Soviet stories of the last decade. London, Methuen & co.
ltd. [1945].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.94.5
 
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SHPANOV N
 
Shpanov, N. "The Musician." In: Soviet short stories. Life and literature in the Soviet Union, ed. by Ivor
Montagu and Herbert Marshall (1943). London, The Pilot Press ltd.,
[1942-
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.95 Consult circ desk for Copy
B=HNE5E5 Library has: Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.95 Library has: Copy A. Copy B trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
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SHUKSHIN VASILII MAKAROVICH
 
Shukshin, Vasilii Makarovich. I want to live; short stories. Soviet short
stories series. Moscow, Progress Publishers [1973].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4639.859.700
CONTENTS: The classy driver.--Country dwellers.--Stepan in love.--The
examination.--Men of one soil.--I want to live.--Cuckoo's
tears.--See the horses gallop.--Wolves.--Outer space, the
nervous system and a slab of bacon fat.--Inner content.-
-Thoughts.--A matchmaking.--An accidental shot.--Quirky.-
-Boots.
 
Shukshin, Vasilii Makarovich. Roubles in words, kopeks in figures, and other
stories. London; New York: Marion Boyars, 1985.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3487.U5 A27 1985
 
Shukshin, Vasilii Makarovich. Stories from a Siberian village. DeKalb:
Northern Illinois University Press, 1996.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3487.U5 A26 1996
 
Shukshin, Vasilii Makarovich. Short stories. Moscow: Raduga, c1990.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3487.U5 A6 1990 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWDAKV
 
Shukshin, Vasilii Makarovich. Snowball berry red & other stories. Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Ardis, c1979.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3487.U5 S613 x, 1979
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3487.U5 S613 x, 1979
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3487.U5 S6 x
 
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SHVARTS EVGENII 1896 1958
 
Shvarts, Evgenii. The dragon; a satiric fable in three acts. New York, Theatre
Arts Books [1963].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4639.90.2700
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3476.S5246 D7 1988x
 
Shvarts, Evgenii. The naked king; [and], The shadow; &, The dragon.
Playscript; 76. London: Boyars: Distributed by Calder and Boyars, 1976.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S5246 A23
 
Shvarts, Evgenii. The shadow.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.316
 
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SIDORENKO VALENTINA
 
Sidorenko, Valentina. "Marka." In: The Image of women in contemporary Soviet fiction: selected short stories from
the USSR. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1989.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3286.I44 1989b
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3286.I44 1989
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3286.I44 1989
LOCATION: Schlesinger: 891.74 M161i n bindery
 
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SIMONAITYTE IEVA
 
Simonaityte, Ieva. Buse and her sisters; a novel. Library of Soviet
literature. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House [1958?].
LOCATION: Widener: Balt 9650.240.110
LOCATION: CRL (Chicago):
 
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SIMONOV KONSTANTIN MIKHAILOVICH 1915
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. Days and nights. New York, Simon and
Schuster [1945].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S59 3Da
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3476.S53 D613 1945x
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3476.S53 D613 x, 1945
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4640.56.700 Consult circ desk for
Copy B=HNE4QR, Copy C=HNE4W8 Library has: Copy B. Copy C.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4640.56.700 Library has: Copy A. Copy B, Copy C
trans. to Harvard Depository.
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. Friends and foes: a book of poems. Library
of selected Soviet literature. Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House,
1951.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4640.56.705 Consult circ. desk for
HNDR8T
[Collection of poems which won a Stalin prize]
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. The living and the dead. [1st ed.]. Garden
City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1962.
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3476.S53 Z313x
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4640.56.715 **ME
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. Moscow. Moscow, Foreign languages publishing
house, 1943.
LOCATION: Widener: HB 390.4
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. No quarter. New York: L.B. Fischer, 1943.
LOCATION: Master Microforms: Film Mas C1133.287 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.]
: Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm
reel : negative ; 4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Film A 543.287 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.] :
Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm reel ;
4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
LOCATION: Widener: HB 393.690.15
[Report by Simonov. Describes contact with the German invader, July to December, 1941. Shows an intensely fierce fighting spirit, strong patriotism, deep love of the Russian people, and poetic power of expression.]
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. On the Petsamo Road notes of a war
correspondent. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1942.
LOCATION: Master Microforms: Film Mas C1133.362 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.]
: Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm
reel : negative ; 4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Film A 543.362 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.] :
Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm reel ;
4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
[Contents: On the Petsamo Road, The Third Adjutant, On the Cliffs of Norway, Holiday Even, A Common Language. Soviet and British develop a common language when fighting together.]
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. Always a journalist. The Library of Russian
and Soviet literary journalism. Moscow: "Progress Publishers", 1989.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PN5276.S54 A313 1989 Consult Circ. Desk
for HW8140
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. The Russian people: a play in three acts and
nine scenes.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.120 **ME
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. Stalingrad fights on. Moscow: Foreign
Languages Pub. House, 1942.
LOCATION: Master Microforms: Film Mas C1133.357 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.]
: Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm
reel : negative ; 4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Film A 543.357 Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.] :
Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm reel ;
4 in., 35 mm. Microfilm
LOCATION: Widener: HB 393.690.10
[Report by Simonov]
 
Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. The whole world over.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository SC 364 Consult Judaica Div.
[A comedy in two acts]
 
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Sobol', Andrei, 1888-1926
 
Sobol', Andrei. Freak show. Westport, Conn., Hyperion Press [1973].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.9.700
 
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SOBOLEV LEONID
 
Sobolev, Leonid. The big refit: a book in two parts. Moscow: Progress
Publishers, 1978 printing.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S58 K313 x, 1978 Consult Circ.
desk for HW8B6U.
 
Sobolev, Leonid. Romanoff. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, 1975, c1935.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.10.715
Notes: [Kapital'nyi remont. English]
Romanoff / by Leonid Soboleff ; abridged version, translated by
Alfred Fremantle.
 
Sobolev, Leonid. The soul of the sea. London, New York [etc.] Hutchinson &
Co., ltd. [1945].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.10.705
 
Sobolev, Leonid. One desire. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1942.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4642.10.700 Consult circ. desk for
HNDTUK
 
Sobolev, Leonid. The green light; a story. Library of selected Soviet
literature. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House [1956].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4642.10.710 Consult circ. desk for
HNDTVA
 
Sobolev, Leonid. "The Blue Scarf." In: Soviet short stories. Life and literature in the Soviet Union, ed. by Ivor
Montagu and Herbert Marshall. [ser. 1- [1942]- London, The Pilot Press ltd.,
[1942-
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.95 Consult circ desk for Copy
B=HNE5E5 Library has: Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.95 Library has: Copy A. Copy B trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
Sobolev, Leonid. "The Sniper." IN: Soviet short stories. Life and literature in the Soviet Union, ed. by Ivor
Montagu and Herbert Marshall. [ser. 1- [1942]- London, The Pilot Press ltd.,
[1942-
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.95 Consult circ desk for Copy
B=HNE5E5 Library has: Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.95 Library has: Copy A. Copy B trans. to Harvard
Depository.
 
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SOKOLOFF BORIS 1893
 
Sokoloff, Boris. On the banks of the River Neva. Ilfracombe: Stockwell, 1973.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S59 Z52
 
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SOKOLOV SASHA 1943
 
Sokolov, Sasha. Astrophobia. 1st ed. New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1989.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3549.S64 P313 1989
 
Sokolov, Sasha. A school for fools. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Ardis, c1977.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3488.O356 S5 x, 1977
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3488.O356 S513 x
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3549.S64 S5513 1988
 
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SOKOLOVA LYDIA 1896 1974
 
Sokolova, Lydia. Dancing for Diaghilev; the memoirs of Lydia Sokolova. London,
Murray [1960].
LOCATION: Theatre Collection: HTC-LC GV1785.S58 A3
LOCATION: Theatre Collection: TS 552.330
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC GV1785.S58 A3 1989
 
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SOLOGUB FEDOR 1863 1927
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Bad dreams. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Ardis, c1978.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 T513 x
 
Sologub, Fyodor. The created legend. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company,
1916.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 T34 3Ca
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4354.9.461
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3470.T4 C7 x, 1977
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 N3213 x Library has: Library has: 3 v.
**ME
CONTENTS: pt. 1. Drops of blood.--pt. 2. Queen Ortruda.--pt. 3. Smoke and
ashes.
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Drops of blood. His The created legend; pt. 1. Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Ardis, c1979.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 N3213 x, pt. 1
SERIES: His The created legend ; pt. 1
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Queen Ortruda. His The created legend; pt. 2. Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Ardis, c1979.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 N3213 x, pt. 2
SERIES: His The created legend ; pt. 2
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Smoke and ashes. His The created legend; pt. 3. Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Ardis, c1979.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 N3213 x, pt. 3
SERIES: His The created legend ; pt. 3
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Dvoinoi Sologub = Sologub twofold: English verse translations
of selected lyric poems by Fyodor K. Sologub with original Russian text. Palo
Alto: Zapizdat, c1991.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3470.T4 A6 1991 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWB1H4
Notes: Dvoinoi Sologub = Sologub twofold : English verse translations
of selected lyric poems by Fyodor K. Sologub with original
Russian text / Vassar W. Smith.
 
Sologub, Fyodor. The kiss of the unborn, and other stories. 1st ed.
Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, c1977.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3470.T4 K5 x
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3470.T4 K5 x
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 A227 x
CONTENTS: The wall and the shadows.--The worm.--The hoop.--Hide-and-seek.
--Beauty.--The beloved page.--The youth Linus.--Death by
advertisement.--In the crowd.--The queen of kisses.--The
search.--The red-lipped guest.--The kiss of the unborn.--The
lady in bonds.--She wore a crown.
 
Sologub, Fyodor. The petty demon. New York: Random House, 1962.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 T34 3Lb
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3470.T4 M413x 1962
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4345.9.700 Library has: Copy A. Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4354.9.700 Library has: 2 copies **ME
"Originally appeared in 1905 in the periodical Voprosi zhizni,
but without its final chapters. It was first published in its
complete form in March, 1907, in the Shipovnik edition."
 
Sologub, Fyodor. The old house: and other stories. New York: Alfred Knopf,
1916.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 T34 3Oa
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4354.9.451
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4354.9.451
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 A22 x, 1974 **ME
CONTENTS: The old house.--The uniter of souls.--The invoker of the beast.
--The white dog.--Light and shadows.--The glimmer of hunger.-
-Hide and seek.--The smile.--The hoop.--The search.--The white
mother.
 
Sologub, Fyodor. The sweet-scented name, and other fairy tales, fables and
stories. New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1915.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4354.9.481 Consult circ. desk for
Copy B=HNDPZA Library has: Copy A. Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3470.T4 A23 x, 1977
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Poems. IN: Bowra, C. M. (Cecil Maurice), ed. A book of Russian verse. London, Macmillan &
Co. ltd., 1943.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 27a
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3237.E5 B6x
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Poems. In: Coxwell, C. Fillingham (Charles Fillingham), tr. Russian poems. London, The C.
W. Daniel company [1929].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.35 Consult Circ. desk for
HWLZMQ
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Poems. In: Deutsch, Babette, ed. and tr. Russian poetry; an anthology. London, M.
Lawrence [1927].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.30
LOCATION: Biblioteca Berenson: House PG3237.E5 D38r 1927 Accession no.: 18,
120. S.U.
 
Sologub, Fyodor. Poems. In: Selver, Paul, comp. and tr. Anthology of modern Slavonic literature in prose
and verse. London, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., ltd.; New York, E.P. Dutton
& Co., 1919.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 377.3
 
Sologub, Fyodor. "The Tiny Man." IN: Selver, Paul, comp. and tr. Anthology of modern Slavonic literature in prose
and verse. London, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., ltd.; New York, E.P. Dutton
& Co., 1919.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 377.3
 
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SOLOUKHIN VLADIMIR ALEKSEEVICH
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. Honey on bread: short stories: [translated
from the Russian]. Russian and Soviet story. Moscow: Progress Publishers,
c1982.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S628 M413 1982 Consult Circ.
Desk for HWG8SA
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. Searching for icons in Russia. [1st American
ed.]. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1972, c1971].
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: C 3325.183.2
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. Scenes from Russian life. London: P. Owen;
Chester Springs, PA: U.S. distributor, Dufour Editions, 1988.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S628 A25 1988
CONTENTS: Sentenced -- Tittle-tattle -- Under one roof -- The fortieth day
--A winters day -- The guests were arriving at the dacha -- A
little girl bu the edge of the sea.
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. Laughter over the left shoulder. London:
Owen, 1990.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S628 Z47513 1990 Consult Circ.
desk for HWNWQK
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. A time to gather stones: essays. Evanston,
Ill.: Northwestern University Press, c1993.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: DK18.65.S6413 1993
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC DK18.65.S6413 1993
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. A walk in rural Russia. New York, Dutton
[1967, c1966].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.51.1700
 
Soloukhin, Vladimir Alekseevich. White grass. Soviet short stories series.
Moscow, Progress Publishers [1971].
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4642.51.1705 Consult circ. desk
for HNDQEL
CONTENTS: Twenty years later.--Bread.--Serafima.--Swindlers.--A golden
lily.--Speak the stars.--Our lady.--Lesson in telepathy.-
-Revenge.--Frustration.--White grass.--Pickled apples.--The
law of the Tocsin.--Varvara Ivanovna.--The icy heights of
civilisation.--Autumn leaves.
 
 
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SOLZHENITSYN ALEKSANDR ISAEVICH 1918
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956; an
experiment in literary investigation. [1st ed.]. New York, Harper & Row [1974
-78].
LOCATION: Hilles: HV9713.S6413 Library has: 3 v.
LOCATION: Lamont: HV9713.S6413 Library has: 3 v.
LOCATION: Law School: Harvard Depository ROOT C SOL/AE
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4642.52.750 Equals Russisn v. 1-7. Library
has: v. 1-3 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. August 1914. New York, Farrar, Straus and
Giroux [1972-
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3Aa Library has: v. 1.
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 A913x Library has: v. 1
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4652. 52.735 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-. East and West. New York : Harper & Row, c1980.
CONTENTS: The Nobel lecture on literature.--A world split apart.--Letter
to the Soviet leaders.--Interview with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
by Janis Sapiets.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3488.O4 A245 1980
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-. "We never make mistakes"; two short novels, by Alexander
Solzhenitsyn. Translated from the Russian with an introd. and
afterword by Paul W. Blackstock. Columbia, University of South Carolina Press [1971]
CONTENTS: An incident at Krechetovka Station.--Matryona's house.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.712 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. "Matrena's House." In: Blake, Patricia, ed. Half-way to the moon: new writing from Russia. London:
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1964.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 53a
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3213.B56
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 53ab
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4185.310.5
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.310
 
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. The Nobel lecture on literature. [1st ed.].
New York, Harper & Row [c1972].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3Na **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. The red wheel: a narrative in discrete
periods of time. 2nd. ed. London: Bodley Head, 1988-
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3488.O4 K613 x, 1988 Library has: v. 1
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Lenin in Zurich: chapters. 1st ed. New
York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1976.
LOCATION: Baker Business: Power & Morality
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3Lea
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 L4x
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4642.52.770 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-. The love girl and the innocent with Victory celebrations and
Prisoners. London : Faber, 1986.
CONTENTS: The love-girl and the innocent / translated by Nicholas Bethell
and David Burg. This translation originally published: London
: Bodley Head, 1969. - Victory celebrations / translated by
Helen Rapp and Nancy Thomas. This translation originally
published: London : Bodley Head, 1983. Translation of: Pir
pobeditelei. Prisoners / translated by Helen Rapp and Nancy
Thomas. This translation originally published: London : Bodley
Head, 1983. Translation of: Plenniki.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3La
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 L613x
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.730.1 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. The oak and the calf: sketches of literary
life in the Soviet Union. New York: Harper & Row, c1980.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3488.O4 Z49513 1980
LOCATION: Kirkland House: PG3488.O4 Z49513 1980
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 Z49513 1980
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3488.O4 Z49513 1980
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3488.O4 Z49513
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich.
Books that matter. New York, Praeger [1963].
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3488.O4 O313 1963a
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 O313 1963a
LOCATION: Littauer: PZ4.S69 On2
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4642.52.700
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.700 Library has: Copy A. Copy B. **ME
[The great interest in this novel in the West was primarily political&emdash;because it was the first work of fiction to be published in the USSR dealing in full and vivid detail with conditions in Stalin's concentration camps for political prisoners. The modest writer and a schoolteacher was catapulted into national and international fame as a result of publication of this novel.]
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-. Stories and prose poems [by] Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Translated
by Michael Glenny. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux [1971]
CONTENTS: Matryona's house.--For the good of the cause.--The Easter
procession.--Zakhar-the-Pauch.--The right hand.--An incident
at Krechetovka station.--Prose poems: Freedom to breathe, Lake
Segden. The duckling. The ashes of a poet. The Elm log.
Reflections. The city on the Neva. The puppy. The old bucket.
In Yesenin country. The kolkhoz rucksack. The bonfire and the
ants. A storm in the mountains. A journey along the Oka. At
the start of the day. We will never die.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 2.1a
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 A25x
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Victory celebrations: a comedy in four acts.
London: Bodley Head, 1983.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3488.O4 P613 1983 Consult Circ. desk
for HW8BOK.
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Prisoners: a tragedy. London: Bodley Head,
1983.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3488.O4 P513 1983b Consult Circ. desk
for HW8BOW.
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Prussian nights: a poem. 1st ed. New York:
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977.
LOCATION: Hilles: PG3488.O4 P813 1977
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3488.O4 P813 1977
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3488.O4 P813 1977 Library has: n Copy 2. Copy 1
transf. to Harvard Depository
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-. A world split apart : commencement address delivered at Harvard
University, June 8, 1978 / Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn ;
[translated from the Russian by Irina Ilovayskaya Alberti]. New York : Harper & Row, c1978.
NOTES: Translation of Raskolotyi mir.
English and Russian.
LOCATION: Baker Business: Power & Morality
LOCATION: Harvard Archives: HUC 6978. 82.7
LOCATION: Hilles: CB245.S56913 1978
LOCATION: Lamont: CB245.S56913 1978
LOCATION: Law School: 82 1139
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC CB245.S56913 1978 Library has: Copy 2. Copy 1
trans. to Harvard Depository
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Cancer ward. New York, Farrar, Straus and
Giroux [1969].
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4642.52.730
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.732 **ME
 
Solzhenitsyn at Harvard: the address, twelve early responses, and six later
reflections. Ethics and public policy reprint. Washington: Ethics and Public
Policy Center, c1980.
LOCATION: Baker Business: Power & Morality
LOCATION: Harvard Archives: HUC 6978. 82.10 Box 230
LOCATION: Hilles: CB245.S5693 S64
LOCATION: Lamont: CB245.S5693 S64
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: CB245.S5693 S64
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC CB245.S5693 S64 Library has: Copy B. Copy A trans.
to Harvard Depository
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Solzhenitsyn: a pictorial autobiography.
Noonday, 484. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux [1974].
LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Aesc Biog Farrar
LOCATION: Houghton: *85-885 Presentation copy inscribed to Fred Long.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.760
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. Candle in the wind. Minneapolis, University
of Minnesota Press [c1973].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3Caa
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 C3x
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.745
 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich. The first circle. [1st ed.]. New York,
Harper & Row [1968].
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 S71 3Fia
LOCATION: Kirkland House: PG3488.O4 V213
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3488.O4 V213x
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 4642.52.725
LOCATION: Social Rel-Sociol: PZ4.S69 Fi
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4642.52.727 **ME
 
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SOROKIN VIKTOR
 
Sorokin, Viktor. They march ahead (the story of the Soviet youth). Moscow,
Novosti Press Agency Pub. House [1971].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 1711.100.931
 
 
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STOLITSA LIUBOV 1884 1934
 
Stolitsa, Liubov. "Lent." In: Yarmolinsky, Avrahm, ed. A treasury of Russian verse. New York, Macmillan Co.,
1949.
LOCATION: Hilles: 891.7 20b
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3237.E5 Y3
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Slav 4185.102.5 Consult circ desk for
Copy B=HNE5EL Library has: Copy B.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.102.5 Library has: Copy A. Copy B trans. to
Harvard Depository.
LOCATION: Biblioteca Berenson: House PG3237.E5 Y3 1949 C.U.XIV.7.
 
Stolitsa, Liubov. "A Lenten One." IN: Deutsch, Babette, ed. and tr. Russian poetry; an anthology. London, M.
Lawrence [1927].
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4185.30
LOCATION: Biblioteca Berenson: House PG3237.E5 D38r 1927 Accession no.: 18,
120. S.U.
 
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STRELKOVA I (IRINA)
 
Animal tales from the Russian countryside . Moskow: Raduga, c1990.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Ordered--received Consult Circ. Desk
for HNGKJ9
 
Strelkova, I. (Irina). Playing the game: a short novel. Moscow: Raduga, c1983.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3488.T67 C5 1983 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWGAW8
 
Strelkova, I. (Irina). Theft from a provincial museum. Moscow: Raduga, 1985.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository Ordered--received Consult Circ. Desk
for HW3QXO
 
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Strugatsky, Boris and Arkady
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Beetle in the anthill. Macmillan's Best of
Soviet science fiction. New York: Macmillan, c1980.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 Z4913
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Far rainbow: The second invasion from Mars.
Macmillan's Best of Soviet science fiction series. 1st Collier Books ed. New
York: Collier Books, 1980.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 D33 1980 **ME
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Definitely maybe: a manuscript discovered
under unusual circumstances. Macmillan's Best of Soviet science fiction. New
York: Macmillan, c1978.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3476.S78835 Z1213 x
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 z1213 x
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Escape attempt. Macmillan's Best of Soviet
science fiction. New York: Macmillan; London: Collier Macmillan, c1982.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 A23 1982
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. The final circle of paradise. Dobson science
fiction. London: D. Dobson, 1979, c1976.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 K5413x 1979
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Noon, 22nd century. Macmillan's Best of
Soviet science fiction. New York: Macmillan, c1978.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: PG3476.S78835 V613 x
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 V613 x
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Prisoners of power. London: Gollancz, 1978,
c1977.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 P7 x
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Roadside picnic; Tale of the troika. New
York: Macmillan, c1977.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 R613 x
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. Hard to be a god. London: Eyre Methuen, 1975.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4648.78.2075
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. The ugly swans. New York: Macmillan, 1979.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 G313 x, 1979
 
Strugatskii, Arkadii Natanovich. The snail on the slope. London: V. Gollancz,
1980.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3476.S78835 U413x 1980
 
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SUKHOTINA TOLSTAIA T L (TATIANA LVOVNA) 1864 1950
 
Sukhotina-Tolstaia, T. L. (Tat'iana L'vovna). The Tolstoy home; diaries of
Tatiana Sukhotin-Tolstoy. Russian writers and thinkers series. London, Harvill
Press [1950].
LOCATION: Lamont: PG3401.S82
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 4354.2.1032
 
Sukhotina-Tolstaia, T. L. (Tat'iana L'vovna). Tolstoy remembered. London:
Joseph, 1977.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC PG3385.S8813 1977b
 
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SUKLOFF MARIE B 1885
 
Sukloff, Marie. The life-story of a Russian exile; the remarkable experience of
a young girl: being an account of her peasant childhood, her girlhood in prison,
her exile to Siberia, and escape from there. New York, The Century co., 1914.
LOCATION: Widener: Slav 1668.1.2 Photoreproduction of Harvard College Library
Copy.
 
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SVETLOV MIKHAIL 1903 1964
 
Svetlov, Mikhail. Selected poems. Moscow: Raduga Publishers, c1983.
LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository PG3476.S86 A2 1983 Consult Circ. Desk
for HWGAYD
 
Svetlov, Mikhail. Poems. In: New directions in prose and poetry (1941). Norfolk, Ct.: New Directions,
1936-c1991.
LOCATION: Hilles: PS536.N37
LOCATION: Lamont: PS536.N37
LOCATION: Loeb Design: NK 1510 L368 Library has: 1939
LOCATION: Widener: AL 399.36 Consult Circ. desk for v. 16=HWISY7