Keywords: Aksakovs, bibliographic index, historiographical significance, personalities, studies of Aksakovs, creative heritage, literary connections.
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Borisova, V. V. “The First Complete and Universal Bibliographic Index of the Aksakov Family.” Dva veka russkoi klassiki, vol. 4, no. 4, 2022, pp. 254–263. (In Russ.)

Author: Valentina V. Borisova
Information about the author:

Valentina V. Borisova, DSc in Philology, Professor, Moscow State Linguistic University, Оstozhenka 38, 119034 Moscow, Russia; Leading Research Fellow, V. I. Dahl State Museum of the History of Russian Literature, Museum Center “Moscow House of Dostoevsky,” Dostoevsky st. 2, 103030 Moscow, Russia, M. Akmullah Bashkir State Pedagogical University, Oktyabrskoy Revolutsii st. 3 a, 450008 Ufa, Russia.


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Received: September 16, 2022
Approved after reviewing: October 08, 2022
Published: December 25, 2022
Issue: 2022 Volume 4 No. 4
Department: Scientific Life
Pages: 254–263

UDK: 821.161.1.09"19"


Readers are invited to review the book “The Aksakovs: a bibliographic index of literature on the noble family of the Aksakovs and their entourage for 1819–2022.” This is the first complete and universal bibliographic index dedicated to the great Russian family and containing 5322 bibliographic records about lifetime, pre-revolutionary, Soviet, post-Soviet publications in Russian, Bashkir, Tatar and foreign languages, including archival documents. The Index systematizes extensive material, divided into fourteen sections. The review notes the significant biobibliographic and historiographical value of the Index.


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