Litvinov framed his argument as a criticism of "nationalistic pseudohistorians, who accuse Russian authorities of colonialism and suggest that the tsarist authorities limited pilgrimage in Central Asia" (Vneregional'noe palomnichestvo musul'man Turkestana: Epokha
novogo vremeni [Elets: Eletskii gosudarstvennyi universitet imeni I.
Prosvescheniya (The Age of Enlightenment).
Predchuvstviia i predvestiia: novaja organicheskaia epokha
i teatr budushchego, v Rodnoe u vselenskoe.
Rashit Vagapov: lichnost', tvorchestvo, epokha
= Rashit Vagapov: zaman, ijat, shakhes.
Dostoevsky had to survive other grave crises: following the success of The House of the Dead, he endured the crushing blows of the death of his wife, the death of his beloved brother Mikhail, the mistaken suppression of his booming journal, Vremya (Time), and the collapse of its successor Epokha
Ekaterina Velikaia: Epokha
Rossiiskai Istorii, St Petersburg, 1996.
Istoriia krest'ianstva v Europe: epokha
feodalizma [History of the Peasantry in Europe: Feudal Epoch], 3 vols.
When Vremya was suppressed, the brothers founded another magazine, Epokha
, in which they published Zapiski iz podpolya (1864; Notes from the Underground).
In this periodical, Epokha
(Epoch), appeared Notes from Underground, the work that is generally cited, because of its artistic excellence and psychological acuteness, as the first of Dostoyevsky's mature writings.
Sokol'skaia (Moscow: Nauka, 2000), 189-202; Walter Suss, "Stanovlenie i razvitie sotsiokul'turnykh i obrazovaternykh sviazei Rossii i Germanii: Epokha
Petra I," in Nemtsy v Rossii: Rossiisko-nemetskii dialog, ed.
Vladimir Baturov, "Repressii protiv Kitaitsev v stalinskom Sovetskom Soiuze," Velikaia epokha
, 27 April 2010, 1-2.
Arbatov, Moia epokha
v litsakh i sobytiiakh: Avtobiografiia na fone istoricheskikh sobytii (Moscow: Sobranie, 2008); Arbatov, Zhizn', sobytiia, liudi: Avtobiografiia na fone istoricheskikh peremen (Moscow: Liubimaia Rossiia, 2008); Il'ia Zemtsov, Litsa i maski: O vremeni i o sebe, 2 vols.