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Supplement to a bibliography of Russian formalism in English.

This is a supplement to my "Bibliography of Russian Formalism in English," published in a previous bibliographic number of Style (26.4, Winter 1992: 554-76).

The original listing was divided into three sections: the first for English translations of writings by the Formalist critics, the second for English-language writings on the Formalist school, and the third for such miscellaneous but possibly relevant items as (translated) writings by members of the movement dating from later than its dissolution in 1929. This supplement is divided into two major sections: the first listing revisions to entries in the original bibliography, the second listing additions to it (whether of new items or - much the larger group - items that I missed in my first survey). The entries in both of these sections are keyed to the entries and divisions of the 1992 listing, of course, in a way which is (hopefully) sufficiently clear.

As in the original bibliography, the spellings of proper names in Russian, which vary depending on the system of English transliteration used, have been regularized, with some inconsistency as the unavoidable result. (An asterisk indicates an item that I have not seen.) Thanks to Kenneth Morefield for assistance.

REVISE:

1B. Individual Formalists

Boris Eikhenbaum:

The Young Tolstoy. 1922; revised ed. 1928. Trans. (of 1922 ed.) David Boucher et al. Ed. Gary Kern. Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1972. Extract rpt. Tolstoy's Short Fiction. Ed. Michael R. Katz. New York: Norton, 1991. Norton Critical Edition. 370-78.

Roman Jakobson:

"On Tolstoy's Crises." 1924. Trans. Ralph E. Matlaw. Tolstoy: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Matlaw. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967. 52-55. Trans. Carol A. Palmer. Erlich 97-101.

"The Theory of the 'Formal Method.'" 1926 [Ukranian]; 1927. Trans. Lemon and Reis 102-39. Rpt. Critical Theory since Plato. Ed. Hazard Adams. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971. 828[9]-46. Revised ed., 1992. 800[01]-16. Trans. I. R. Titunik: "The Theory of the Formal Method." Matejka and Pomorska 3-37.

With Yury Tynyanov. "Problems in the Study of Literature and Language." 1928. Trans. Herbert Eagle. Matejka and Pomorska 79-81; SW 3: 3-6; VA 25-27; LL 47-49. Trans. Richard T. De George: "Problems in the Study of Language and Literature." The Structuralists: From Marx to Levi-Strauss. Ed. De George and Fernande M. De George. New York: Anchor, 1972. 81-83. Trans. L. M. O'Toole: "Problems of Research in Literature and Language." RPT 4 (1977): 49-51. Trans. anon. (from French trans.?): "Problems of Literary and Linguistic Studies." New Left Review 37 (May-June 1966): 59-61.

"On a Generation that Squandered Its Poets." 1931. Trans. E. J. Brown. Brown 7-32; Erlich 138-66; VA 111-32; LL 273-300. Extracts trans. Dale E. Peterson (from French trans.?): "The Generation that Squandered Its Poets." Yale French Studies 39 (1967): 119-25.

Viktor Shklovsky:

"Art as Technique." 1917. Lemon and Reis 5-24. Frequently rpt. Revised as ch. 1 of Theory of Prose: "Art as Device."

Yury Tynianov:

"The Interval." 1924 (publ. 1929). Trans. John Glad and Sylvia Maizell. Russian Literature Triquarterly 5 (Winter 1973): 420-43. Trans. Christopher Pike and Joe Andrew: "Interval - To Boris Pasternak." Pike 106-39. Section 9 trans. Donald Davie: "Pasternak's 'Mission.'" Pasternak: Modern Judgments. Ed. Donald Davie and Angela Livingstone. London: Macmillan, 1969. 126-34. Portion trans. Victor Erlich: "Words and Things in Pasternak." Pasternak: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Erlich. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1978. 32-38.

2. Writings in English on Russian Formalism

Any, Carol. "Introduction: Russian Formalism, 1915-1930." Soviet Studies in Literature 21 (1984-1985): 5-28. Special issue: The Russian Formalist Tradition: Retrospective Views, ed. Any. Rpt. Boris Eikhenbaum (portions).

-----. "Boris Eikhenbaum and OPOIAZ: Testing the Limits of the Work-Centered Poetics." Slavic Review 49 (1990): 409-26. Rpt. Boris Eikhenbaum, ch. 3.

-----. "Boris Eikhenbaum's Unfinished Work on Tolstoy." PMLA 105 (1990): 233-44. Rpt. Boris Eikhenbaum (portions).

-----. Boris Eikhenbaum: Voices of a Russian Formalist. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1994.

Fokkema, D. W. "Continuity and Change in Russian Formalism, Czech Structuralism, and Soviet Semiotics." PTL 1 (1976): 153-96. Rpt. Theories of Literature in the Twentieth Century: Structuralism, Marxism, Aesthetics of Reception, Semiotics. By Douwe Fokkema and Elrud Kunne-Ibisch. New York: St. Martin's, 1977, 1979, 1986; 2nd ed., 1995. Ch. 2. "Russian Formalism, Czech Structuralism and Soviet Semiotics." 10-49, 185.

Jakobson, Roman. "Autobiographical Notes on N. S. Trubetskoy." 1949. Principles of Phonology. By Trubetskoy [see, under Add, in section 3 below]. 309-23.

Pomorska, Krystyna, Elbieta Chodakowska, Hugh McLean, and Brent Vine, eds. Language, Poetry and Poetics: The Generation of the 1890s: Jakobson, Trubetzkoy, Majakovskij. Berlin: De Gruyter, 1987. Proceedings of the First Roman Jakobson Colloquium (1984).

Trotsky, Leon. Literature and Revolution. 1923. Trans. Rose Strunsky. 1925. Rpt. New York: Russell & Russell, 1957; Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1960. "The Formalist School of Poetry and Marxism." 162-83. Rpt. (ch. only) Critical Theory since Plato. Ed. Hazard Adams. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971. 819[20]-27. Revised ed., 1992. 792-99.

3. Afterword/Works Cited

Under Osip Brik:

-----. "IMO - Art of the Young." 1940. Trans. (abr.) Diana Matias. Screen 15.3 (1974): 82-94.

Under Boris Eikhenbaum:

-----. Tolstoi in the Sixties. 1931. Trans. Duffield White. Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1982. Extracts trans. George Gibian. War and Peace. By Leo Tolstoy. Ed. Gibian. New York: Norton, 1966. Norton Critical Edition. 1442-45.2nd ed., 1996. 1126-28.

-----. Tolstoi in the Seventies. 1960. Trans. Albert Kaspin. Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1982. Extracts trans. George Gibian. Anna Karenina. by Leo Tolstoy. Ed. Gibian. New York: Norton, 1970. Norton Critical Edition. 810-21. 2nd ed., 1995. 778-88.

ADD:

1B. Individual Formalists

Viktor Shklovsky:

Extract: "Details in War and Peace." 1928. Trans. Virginia Van Wynen. War and Peace. By Leo Tolstoy. Ed. George Gibian. New York: Norton, 1966. Norton Critical Edition. 1429-42. 2nd ed., 1996. 1114-26.

Yury Tynyanov:

"On the Composition of Eugene Onegin." 1921/1922; pub. 1975. Trans. Sona Stephan Hoisington. Russian Views of Pushkin's Eugene Onegin. Ed. Hoisington. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1988. 71-90, 182-84.

2. Writings in English on Russian Formalism

Barooshian, Vahan D. Brik and Mayakovsky. The Hague: Mouton, 1978.

Bradford, Richard. Roman Jakobson: Life, Language, Art. London: Routledge, 1994.

Brown, Edward. "Roman Jakobson: The Unity of his Thought on Verbal Art." Pomorska et al., eds. [1987: see above, under Revise] 233-56.

Clayton, J. Douglas. "Soviet Views of Parody: Tynianov and Morozov." Canadian-American Slavic Studies 7 (1973): 485-93.

Erlich, Victor. "Russian Formalism." Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Alex Preminger. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1965; 2nd ed., enl., 1974. 726-27. Rpt., revised The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993. 1101-02.

-----. Modernism and Revolution: Russian Literature in Transition. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1994. See Index, under Formalism, Formalist and individual critics.

Guillen, Claudio. The Challenge of Comparative Literature. 1985. Trans. Cola Franzen. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1993. See Index, under individual critics.

Holenstein, Elmar. "Jakobson's and Trubetzkoy's Philosophical Background." Pomorska et al., eds. [1987: see above, under Revise] 15-31.

Hyde, G. M. "Formalism, Russian." The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. 1994. 3: 1287-92.

-----. "Shklovsky, Viktor Borisovich." The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. 1994. 7: 3876-77.

Jakobson, Roman. "Toward a History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle." Logos Semantikos: Studia Linguistica in Honorem Eugenio Coseriu, 1921-1981. 5 vols. Berlin, De Gruyter, 1981. 1: 285-88. Rpt. Selected Writings, Vol. 7. By Jakobson. Berlin: De Gruyter, 1985. 279-82.(*)

Kidder, Richard. "Jakobson, Roman Osipovich." Makaryk 375-78.

Kolesnikoff, Nina. "Defamilarization." Makaryk 528-29.

-----. "Eikhenbaum, Boris Mikhailovich." Makaryk 305-06.

-----. "Formalism, Russian." Makaryk 53-60.

-----. "Propp, Vladimir Iakovlevich." Makaryk 449-51.

-----. "Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich." Makaryk 471-73.

-----. "Story/plot." Makaryk 631-32.

-----. "Tomashevskii, Boris Viktorovich." Makaryk 479-80.

-----. "Tynianov, Iurii Nikolaevich." Makaryk 481-82.

Liberman, Anatoly. "Roman Jakobson and His Contemporaries on Change in Language and Literature (The Teleological Criterion)." Pomorska et al., eds. [1987: see above, under Revise] 143-55.

Makaryk, Irena R., ed. Encyclopedia of Contemporary Literary Theory: Approaches, Scholars, Terms. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1993.

Matejka, Ladislav. "Sociological Concerns in the Moscow Linguistic Circle." Pomorska et al., eds. [1987: see above, under Revise] 307-12.

McCauley, Karen A. "Russian Formlism." The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. Michael Gorden and Martin Kreiswirth. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins UP, 1994. 634-38.

Oinas, Felix J. "V. Ia. Propp (1895-1970)." Journal of American Folklore 84 (1971): 338-40.

Pomorska, Krystyna. "The Autobiography of a Scholar." Pomorska et al., eds. [1987: see above, under Revise] 3-13.

-----. "Jakobson, Roman." Terras 207-10.

-----. "Trubetskoy, Nikolai." Terras 484-85.

Terras, Victor, ed. Handbook of Russian Literature. New Haven: Yale UP, 1985.

Thompson, Ewa M. "Brik, Osip." Terras 60-61.

-----. "Eikhenbaum, Boris." Terras 118.

-----. Formalism." Terras 151-54.

-----. "Shklovsky, Viktor." Terras 407-08.

-----. "Tomashevsky, Boris." Terras 480.

-----. "Tynyanov, Yury." Terras 490-91.

Titunik, I. R. Postscript [to translation of] O. Henry and the Theory of the Short Story. By Boris Eikhenbaum. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Contributions, 1968. 31-41.

Turner, C. J. G. "Tomashevsky's Literary Theory." Symposium 26 (1972): 67-77.

Wasiolek, Edward. Introduction and Bibliographical Note. The New Criticism in France. By Serge Doubrovsky. 1966. Trans. Derek Coltman. Chicago: The University of Chicago P, 1973. 1-34, 35-38 (esp. 17-25, 37-38).

Wesling, Donald. "The Speaking Subject in Russian Poetry and Poetics Since 1977." New Literary History 23 (1992): 93-112 (esp. 96-99).

3. Afterword/Works Cited

Under Eikhenbaum, Boris:

-----. "Chekov at Large." 1944. Trans. Elizabeth Henderson. Chekov: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Robert Louis Jackson. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967. 21-31.

Ginzburg, Lydia. On Psychological Prose. 1971; revised ed., 1977. Ed. and trans. Justin Rosengrant. Princeton UP, 1991.

Liberman, Anatoly. Review of N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters and Notes. Ed. Roman Jakobson et al. [The Hague. Mouton, 1975.] Linguistics 18 (1980): 543-56.

-----. Postscript: "N. S. Trubetzkoy and His Works on History and Politics." The Legacy of Ghengis Kahn. By Trubetskoy. [1991; see below.] 295-389.

Schefski, Harold K. "The Changing Focus of Eikhenbaum's Tolstoi Criticism." Russian Review 37 (1978): 298-307.

Under Shklovsky, Viktor:

-----. "The Literary Genre of Dead Souls." 1966. Trans. Geoffrey Packer. Dead Souls. By Nikolai Gogol. Ed. George Gibian. New York: Norton, 1985. Norton Critical Edition. 564-69.

Toman, Jindich. The Magic of a Common Language: Jakobson, Mathesius, Trubetzkoy, and the Prague Linguistic Circle. Cambridge: MIT, 1995.

Trubetskoy, Nikolay. S. Principles of Phonology. 1939. Trans. Christiane A. Baltaxe. Berkeley: U of California P, 1969.

-----. "The Style of Poor Folk and The Double." [Trans. from German; Russian publ. 1960.] American Slavic and Eastern European Review 7 (1948): 150-70.(*) [= Writings on Literature (by Trubetzkoy: see in section lB of Bibliography) 30-40.]

-----. "Introduction to the History of Old Russian Literature." Harvard Slavic Studies 2 (1954): 91-103.(*)

-----. The Legacy of Ghengis Khan and Other Essays on Russia's Identity. Ed. and trans. Anatoly Liberman. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, 1991.

Under Tynyanov, Yury:

-----. "Second Lieutenant Likewise." New Russian Stories. Ed. and trans. Bernard Guilbert Guerney. London: Peter Owen, 1953. 9-39.

Zhirmunsky, Viktor M. "On Rhythmic Prose." Trans. A. Liberman. To Honor Roman Jakobson. 3 vols. The Hague: Mouton, 1967. 3:2376-88.
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