Nashi Dostizheniia

Nashi Dostizheniia

 

(Our Achievements), a Soviet magazine of documentary sketches, published in Moscow from 1929 to 1937; a total of 95 issues appeared.

The magazine was founded and edited by M. Gorky, who considered its main purpose to be the education of the masses through specific examples of socialist construction. The magazine had sections devoted to science and technology, culture and daily life, and art and literature. The magazine played an important role in the development of the Soviet sketch genre.

REFERENCES

Maksimova, V. A. “Zhurnaly A. M. Gor’kogo.” In Ocherki istorii russkoi sovetskoi zhurnalistiki, 1917–32. Moscow, 1966.
Shkapa, I. S. Sent’ let s Gor’kim: Vospominaniia. Moscow, 1966.
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His travels were reflected in a cycle of essayistic literary sketches, published in the popular journal Nashi dostizheniia that Gor'kii himself founded to "show the active worker of the Revolution and culture his achievements in all areas" (137).