Knizhnoe Obozrenie

Knizhnoe Obozrenie

 

(Book Review), the weekly news-paper of the State Committee on Publishing, Printing, and the Book Trade of the USSR Council of Ministers. Published in Moscow since May 5, 1966, the newspaper provides information about published books and those in the process of publication, calls attention to the best works of Soviet and foreign literature, publishes recommended reading lists, reviews, and annotations, and popularizes knowledge about book science. For book collectors there is a section entitled The Bibliophile’s Club. The news-paper had a circulation of about 200,000 in 1973.

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in Knizhnoe Obozrenie, 1996:12 [19 March], later included as an appendix to the novel, p.
was published in Knizhnoe Obozrenie, 1995:19 (9 May), pp.
11) In 1994, in an attempt to get round the problem, Natasha Perova appealed in Knizhnoe obozrenie for publishers of novels in Russian to send them in to whichever of the nominators they might choose, and a list of names (in most cases with telephone numbers) was provided.