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Poet and novelist Karolina Karlovna Pavlova (or Caroline von Pawloff, as she signed her works and letters during the German period of her life) is remembered as one of the major writers of Russia's middle Golden Age. In the West, specifically in the United States and Germany, interest in Pavlova has been growing quietly for twenty years.The essays in this volume, by scholars in the U.S., Russia, and Germany, range widely not only over Pavlova's oeuvre but also in their analytical stances. The volume includes close poetic and prosodic analysis, literary history, gender studies, intertextual comparison, and biography. Pavlova was a brilliant lyric poet; a masterly translator of Russian, French, and German poetic works; and the author of A Twofold Life, an enigmatic novel about a young woman's coming of age, written in satirical prose and romantically impassioned verse. All these aspects of her work are given detailed attention, especially A Twofold Life, to which four of the essays are devoted. Pavlova's legacy in the works of the major twentieth-century writers Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, and Mikhail Bulgakov is also discussed.
Drawn from the unrivalled collection of the world-famous State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, and published as part of the international celebrations to mark the city's 300th anniversary in 2003, this stunning book presents an extraordinary selection of nearly fifty paintings by fifteen western European women artists An Imperial Collection explores how women as patrons, painters and subjects contributed to the cultural history of Russia. Eminent families formed collection and created artistic commissions that brought women artists such as Elisabeth Vig$ee-Lebrun and Angelica Kauffman to Russia and extended the influence of western European art to the royal court of the tsars. Some women artists were allowed into the inner circles of the aristocracy, providing an 'insider' view into the private, intimate side of court life. The book will appeal to anyone interested in women artists, the history of Russian patronage of the arts, and Russian imperial history and culture.

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