(Time), a monthly literary and political journal published in St. Petersburg in 1861-63 by M. M. Dostoevsky with the closest participation of F. M. Dostoevsky. Literary criticism was presented by A. A. Grigor’ev and N. N. Strakhov. F. M. Dostoevsky contributed The House of the Dead, The Insulted and Injured, and articles on Russian literature. Vremia was the organ of pochvennichestvo, an idea that advocated that the dvorianstvo (nobility or gentry) intelligentsia come closer to the people, to the “soil” (pochva). These views are close to those of the Slavophiles. Vremia engaged in polemics with the journal Sovremennik (Contemporary). Vremia was succeeded by the journal Epokha (Epoch; 1864-65).
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Kirpotin, V. Ia. Dostoevskii i sheslidesiatye gody. Moscow, 1966.
a daily television newspaper; the news network of Central Television of the USSR, reporting on the most important events of life in the USSR and abroad. Began Jan. 1, 1968.
Vremia broadcasts news summaries, reports, interviews, commentaries, and so on. Regular use is made of material prepared by local television studios. A survey of international events of the day is based on information from world television agencies and on material transmitted through the Intervision system.
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