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Joe Andrew. Writers and Society During the Rise of Russian Realism. Macmillan. 1980. 190pp.

Eliot Borenstein. Men Without Women: Masculinity and Revolution in Russian Fiction, 1917-1929. Duke University Press. 2000. 346pp.

Angela Brintlinger. Writing a Usable Past: Russian Literary Culture, 1917-1937. Northwestern University Press. 2000. 253pp.

Edward J. Brown. The Proletarian Episode in Russian Literature, 1928-1932. New York: Octagon Books. 1971. 311pp.

William Edward Brown. A History of Seventeenth-Century Russian Literature. Ardis. 1980. 182pp.

William Edward Brown. A History of 18th Century Russian Literature. Ardis. 1980. 659pp.

Edith W. Clowes. Fiction's Overcoat: Russian Literary Culture and the Question of Philosophy. Cornell University Press. 2004. 296pp.

Neil Cornwell (editor). The Gothic-Fantastic in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. Rodopi. 1999. 293pp.

Neil Cornwell. The Routledge Companion to Russian Literature. Routledge. 2001. 271pp.

Pamela Davidson (editor). Russian Literature and Its Demons. Berghahn Books. 2000. 530pp.

Henry Gifford. The Hero of His Time: A Theme in Russian Literature. London: Edward Arnold. 1950. 224pp.

David Gillespie. The Twentieth-Century Russian Novel: An Introduction. Berg Publishers. 1996. 179pp.

Barbara Heldt. Terrible Perfection: Women and Russian Literature. Indiana University Press. 1987. 174pp.

Beth Holmgren. The Russian Memoir: History and Literature. Northwestern University Press. 2003. 221pp.

Johannes Holthusen. Twentieth-Century Russian Literature: A Critical Study. Ungar. 1972. 320pp. Translation of Russische Gegenwartsliteratur.

Stephen Hutchings. Russian Literary Culture in the Camera Age: The Word as Image. Routledge. 2004. 225pp.

Catriona Kelly. Russian Literature: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press. 2001. 164pp.

Judith Deutsch Kornblatt. The Cossack Hero in Russian Literature: A Study in Cultural Mythology. University of Wisconsin Press. 1992. 229pp.

Janko Lavrin. Pushkin and Russian Literature. Macmillan. 1948. 226pp.

Lauren G. Leighton. The Esoteric Tradition in Russian Romantic Literature: Decembrism and Freemasonry. Penn State Press. 1994. 224pp.

Maurice B. Line. A Bibliography of Russian Literature in English Translation to 1900 (Excluding Periodicals). Library Association. 1963. 74pp.

Rufus W. Mathewson, Jr.. The Positive Hero in Russian Literature. Northwestern University Press. 2000. 369pp.

Marcia A. Morris. Saints and Revolutionaries: The Ascetic Hero in Russian Literature. SUNY Press. 1993. 256pp.

Charles A. Moser (editor). The Cambridge History of Russian Literature. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 709pp. Revised edition.

Helen Muchnic. An Introduction to Russian Literature. E. P. Dutton. 1964. 252pp.

Kevin M. F. Platt. History in a Grotesque Key: Russian Literature and the Idea of Revolution. Stanford University Press. 1997. 293pp.

Constantin V. Ponomareff. On the Dark Side of Russian Literature, 1709-1910. Peter Lang. 1987. 261pp.

Stanley Rabinowitz (editor). The Noise of Change: Russian Literature and the Critics (1891-1917). Ardis. 2004. 247pp.

Omry Ronen. The Fallacy of the Silver Age in Twentieth-Century Russian Literature. Taylor & Francis. 1997. 114pp.

N. N. Shneidman. Russian Literature, 1988-1994: The End of an Era. University of Toronto Press. 1995. 245pp.

Mark S. Simpson. The Officer in Nineteenth Century Russian Literature. University Press of America. 1981. 133pp.

Marc Slonim. An Outline of Russian Literature. New American Library. 1959. 175pp.

Marc Slonim. The Epic of Russian Literature: From Its Origins Through Tolstoy. Oxford University Press. 1950. 367pp.

Marc Slonim. From Chekhov to the Revolution: Russian Literature, 1900-1917. Oxford University Press. 1962. 253pp.

Robert H. Stacy. India in Russian Literature. Motilal Banarsidass. 1985. 139pp.

Bosiljka Stevanovic (editor). Free Voices in Russian Literature, 1950s-1980s: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Russica Publishers. 1987. 510pp.

Ewa M. Thompson (editor). The Search for Self-Definition in Russian Literature. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 1991. 216pp.

Ewa M. Thompson. Imperial Knowledge: Russian Literature and Colonialism. Greenwood Press. 2000. 239pp.

William Mills Todd III (editor). Literature and Society in Imperial Russia, 1800-1914. Stanford University Press. 1978. 306pp. Conference papers, Stanford University, October 1975.

Serge A. Zenkovsky; David L. Armbruster. A Guide to the Bibliographies of Russian Literature. Vanderbilt University Press. 1970. 62pp.

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