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Papers, 1957-2000.

Author: Mark Aleksandrovich Popovskiĭ
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Russian
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These papers include correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, typescripts, research materials for his writings, questionnaires, interviews, and scrapbooks of his articles in Russian emigre newspapers. There are also writings by contemporary Russian authors, photographs, videotapes, and printed materials. The collection includes material from 1957 to 2000. In the early 1980s, a fire in Popovskii's New York apartment  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Articles
Diaries
Interviews
Lectures
Notes
Photographs
Poems
Proofs
Questionnaires
Scrapbooks
Short stories
Speeches
Stories
Videocassettes
Named Person: Vasiliĭ Aksenov; I︠U︡z Aleshkovskiĭ; Mikhail Armalinskiĭ; Nonna Belavina; Dimitriĭ Bobyshev; Inna Bogachinskai︠a︡; Joseph Brodsky; Bella Dizhur; Sergeĭ Dovlatov; Aleksandr Druskin; Igorʹ Markovich Efimov; Ivan Elagin; Tatiana Sviatenko Fessenko; Aleksandr Genis; Fridrikh Gorenshteĭn; I Grekova; Igorʹ Guberman; Serge Hollerbach; V S I︠A︡novskiĭ; Vitaliĭ Oleksiĭovych Korotych; N Korzhavin; Vladimir Kozlovskiĭ; Vadim Kreĭd; Alla Ktorova; Konstantin K Kuzʹminskiĭ; Lev Losev; Aleksandr Menʹ; Lev Ėmmanuilovich Razgon; Feliks Roziner; Kira Sapgir; Li︠u︡dmila Shtern; Leo Tolstoy, graf; Tomas Venclova; Valentin Feliksovich Voĭno-I︠A︡senet︠s︡kiĭ; Vladimir Voĭnovich; Solomon Volkov
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Aleksandrovich Popovskiĭ
OCLC Number: 86159281
Language Note: Most of the papers are in Russian.
Description: 21 linear ft. (in 43 boxes, including 6 oversizeed flat boxes)

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These papers include correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, typescripts, research materials for his writings, questionnaires, interviews, and scrapbooks of his articles in Russian emigre newspapers. There are also writings by contemporary Russian authors, photographs, videotapes, and printed materials. The collection includes material from 1957 to 2000. In the early 1980s, a fire in Popovskii's New York apartment destroyed a large part of his papers, so there are very few items from before 1980. This also explains the gap in his diaries.

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