Krasnaia Nov

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Krasnaia Nov’


(Red Virgin Soil), the first Soviet “thick” literary and scholarly public-affairs journal, published in Moscow from 1921 to 1942. Its first editor in chief was A. K. Voronskii (until 1927). In the 1920’s the magazine was a major literary center, attracting many talented writers and critics. The magazine published prose by M. Gorky, M. M. Prishvin, A. P. Platonov, I. E. Babel’, V. V. Ivanov, A. N. Tolstoi, L. M. Leonov, V. P. Kataev, A. P. Gaidar, A. N. Afinogenov, and A. S. Makarenko; poetry by S. A. Esenin, V. V. Mayakovsky, E. G. Bagritskii, and N. N. Aseev; and articles and reviews by A. V. Lunacharskii, A. K. Voronskii, D. A. Gorbov, and A. Z. Lezhnev. In the 1930’s A. A. Fadeev and V. V. Ermilov were members of the editorial board.


Ocherki istorii russkoi sovetskoi zhurnalistiki, 1917–1932. Moscow, 1966.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Bukharin, "O mirovoi revoliutsii, nashei strane, kul'ture i prochem (otvet professoru Pavlovu)," Krasnaia nov ', no.
The story 'Podporuchik Kizhe' was published in the first number of the journal Krasnaia nov' for 1928, (20) and was subsequently produced as a film--Poruchik Kizhe, from Tymanov's own script--directed by Aleksandr Faintsimmer and released by Belgoskino in 1934.
Over a year before the story appeared in Krasnaia nov', Tynianov submitted a libretto for Kizhe to Sovkino, perhaps based on an anecdote attributed to Vladimir Dal'.
Shafir's study is Gazeta i derevnia (Moscow: Izdatel'stvo "Krasnaia nov'," 1923).