Evropeets

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Evropeets

 

(The European), a Russian “journal of learning and letters” published in Moscow in 1832. The magazine was edited and published by I. V. Kireevskii. Publication was stopped after the appearance of the second issue. Contributors to Evropeets included E. A. Baratynskii, V. A. Zhukovskii, N. M. lazykov, and A. S. Khomiakov. In the article entitled “The Nineteenth Century,” which reflected the opinions of the journal, Kireevskii affirmed that there was not a contradiction but a unity between the uniqueness of Russian life and Europeanization.

REFERENCES

Gofman, M. L. “K zapreshcheniiu ‘Evropeitsa’.” Blagonamerennyi, Brussels, 1926, no. 1.
Berezina, V. G., A. G. Dement’iev, and B. I. Esin. Istoriia russkoi zhurnalistiki XVIII-XIX vv. Moscow, 1963.
Frizman, L. G. “K istorii zhurnala ‘Evropeets’.” Russkaia literature 1967, no. 2.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
ISBN 5-8841-109-4; Vladimir Karlovich Kantor, Russkii evropeets kak iavlenie kul'tury: Filosofski-istoricheskii analiz [The Russian European asa Cultural Phenomenon: A Philosophical-Historical Analysis].