Epokha

Epokha

 

(Epoch), a Russian monthly literary and political journal published in St. Petersburg from 1864 to 1865 by M. M. and F. M. Dostoevsky in place of their journal Vremia (Time). Epokha contained works by such writers as F. M. Dostoevsky, A. A. Grigor’ev, N. N. Strakhov, I. S. Turgenev, and N. S. Leskov. It was a vehicle for the ideas of pochvennichestvo (a Russian literary and social movement of the 1860’s), which were similar to the program of the Slavophiles. Epokha carried on polemics with Sovremennik (The Contemporary) and Russkoe Slovo (Russian Word).

REFERENCE

Nechaeva, V. S. Zhurnal M. M. i F. M. Dostoevskikh “Epokha,” 1864–1865. Moscow, 1975.
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