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Research Article

UDC 821.161.1

© 2021. V. V. Vladimirov

Ivanovo State University

the city of Ivanovo, Russia

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Dva veka russkoi klassiki. 2021. T. 3, № 1. S. ХХ–XX. ISSN 2686-7494

Two centuries of the Russian classics, vol. 3, no. 1, 2021, pp. XX–XX. ISSN 2686-7494

Research Article


© 2020. Vladimir V. Vladimirov

Ivanovo State University

Ivanovo, Russia

Name of the article


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Acknowledgments: The study was supported by the Russian Fund for Basic Research, number 11-111-11111

Information about the author: Vladimir V. Vladimirov, DSc in Philology (PhD in Philology), Professor, Ivanovo State University, Shosseynaya street, 82, 109383, Ivanovo, Russia, ORCID ID:

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Received: January 15, 2021

Approved after reviewing: May 15, 2021

Published: September 15, 2021

For citation: Vladimirov, V. V. “Name of the article.” Two centuries of the Russian classics, vol. 3, no. 1, 2021, pp. XX–XX (In Russ.)

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  • Через год точно такое же доношение Радышевский адресует императору Петру II.
  • Авторство И. В. Киреевского указано П. Н. Сакулиным.
  • Волохи (влахи) – одно из восточно-романских племен; в России так чаще всего называли молдаван.
  • ИРЛИ. Ф. 234. Оп. 3. Ед. хр. 621. Л. 42–43 об.




Анненков П. В. Замечательное десятилетие. 1838–1848. Из литературных воспоминаний // Вестник Европы. 1880. Т. 2, № 4. С. 457–506.

Араго Ф. Гром и молния: Ученая записка. Изд. торг. дома С. Струговщикова, Г. Похитова, Н. Водова и К. СПб.: Тип. Академии наук, 1859. 414 с.

Гончаров И. А. Полн. собр. соч.: в 20 т. Т. 1–15. СПб.: Наука, 1997–2017.


Гуськов С. Н. Жители Луны: (комментируя «Фрегат “Палладу”») // Sub specie tolerantiae: Памяти В. А. Туниманова. СПб.: Наука, 2008. С. 545–551.

Мельник В. И. «Крупный, мыслящий и осмысливающий синтез…» (Возникновение замысла романной трилогии И. А. Гончарова) // Два века русской классики. 2020. Т. 2. № 3. С. 118–199. DOI

New, K. A. “Roman Comedy on the Russian Stage: Alexander N. Ostrovsky’s ‘There Was Not a Penny, But Suddenly Altyn and Plautus’ Aulularia.” Studia Litterarum, vol. 4, no. 1, 2019, pp. 138–159.


Gus'kov, S. N. “Zhiteli Luny: (kommentiruya ʽFregat Palladu’)” [“Inhabitants of the moon: (commenting on the «Frigate ‘Pallada’»)”]. Sub specie tolerantiae: Pamyati V. A. Tunimanova [Sub specie tolerantiae: In memory of V. A. Tunimanov]. St. Petersburg, Nauka Publ., 2008, pp. 545–551. (In Russ.)

Mel'nik, V. I. “Filosofskie motivy v romane I. A. Goncharova ʽOblomov’: K voprosu o sootnoshenii ʽsocial'nogo’ i ʽnravstvennogo’ v romane” [Philosophical motives in the novel ʽOblomov’ by Ivan Goncharov: On the question of the correlation of ʽsocial’ and ʽmoral’ in the novel]. Russkaya literature, no. 3, 1982, pp. 81–99. (In Russ.)

New, K. A. “Roman Comedy on the Russian Stage: Alexander N. Ostrovsky’s ‘There Was Not a Penny, But Suddenly Altyn and Plautus’ Aulularia.” Studia Litterarum, vol. 4, no. 1, 2019, pp. 138–159.




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Анненков П. В. Замечательное десятилетие. 1838–1848. Из литературных воспоминаний // Вестник Европы. 1880. Т. 2, № 4. С. 457–506.

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New K. A. Roman Comedy on the Russian Stage: Alexander N. Ostrovsky’s There Was Not a Penny, But Suddenly Altyn and Plautus’ Aulularia. Studia Litterarum, 2019, vol. 4, № 1, pp. 138–159.

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Ранчин А. М. Теория «Москва – Третий Рим» и ее место в русской культуре XVI–XVIII вв. // Образовательный портал «Слово». Филология. [Б. г.]. URL: http:// (дата обращения: 27.01.2021).

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Проскурина В. Ю. Мифы империи. Литература и власть в эпоху Екатерины II. М.: НЛО, 2006. 332 с.

Proskurina, V. Iu. Mify imperii. Literatura i vlast’ v epokhu Ekateriny II [The Myths of the Empire. Literature and Power in the Era of Catherine II]. Moscow, NLO Publ., 2006. 332 p. (In Russ.)

Непомнящий B. C. Пушкин в свете очевидностей // Новый мир. 1998. № 6. С. 190–216.

Nepomniashchii, V. S. “Pushkin v svete ochevidnostei” [“Pushkin in the Light of Evident Facts”]. Novyi mir, no. 6, 1998, pp. 190–216. (In Russ.)

Методика воспитательной работы / Л. А. Байбородова, Л. К. Гребенкина, О. В. Еремкина и др.; под ред. В. А. Сластенина. М.: Академия, 2002. 144 с. 

Metodika vospitatel'noi raboty [Methodology of Educational Work],  L. A. Baiborodova, L. K. Grebenkina, O. V. Eremkina and etc., ed. by V. A. Slastenin. Moscow, Akademia Publ., 2002. 144 p. (In Russ.)

Андреева В. Г. Национальное своеобразие русского романа второй половины XIX века: дис. … д-ра. филол. наук. М., 2017. 497 с.

Andreeva, V. G. Natsional'noe svoeobrazie russkogo romana vtoroi poloviny XIX veka: dis. … d-ra. filol. nauk [National Identity of the Russian Novel of the Second Half of the 19th Century: DSc Dissertation]. Moscow, 2017. 497 p. (In Russ.)

Шеметова Т. Г. Биографический миф о Пушкине в русской литературе советского и постсоветского периодов: автореф. дис. … д-ра. филол. наук. М., 2011. 47 с.

Shemetova, T. G. Biograficheskii mif o Pushkine v russkoi literature sovetskogo i postsovetskogo periodov: avtoref. dis. … d-ra. filol. nauk [Biographical Myth of Pushkin in Russian Literature of the Soviet and Post-Soviet Periods: DSc Thesis, Summary]. Moscow, 2011. 47 p. (In Russ.)

Ранчин А. М. Теория «Москва – Третий Рим» и ее место в русской культуре // Образовательный портал «Слово». URL: http:// (дата обращения: 27.08.2020).

Ranchin, A. M. “Teoriia ʽMoskva – Tretii Rim’ i ee mesto v russkoi kul'tureˮ [“The Theory ʽMoscow – Third Rome’ and its Place in Russian Cultureˮ]. Obrazovatel'nyi portal “Slovoˮ. [Educational portal “Word”]. Available at: (Accessed 27 August 2020). (In Russ.)



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