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  • Baran, H. Sologub and the Critics: the Case of Nav'i chary // Studies in 20th Century Russian Prose. Stockholm, 1982.
  • Baran, H. Trirodov Among the Symbolists: From the Drafts for Sologub's Tvorimaja legenda // Neue Russische Literatur, Almanach 2-3. Salzburg, 1980.
  • Barker, M. G. Erotic Themes in Sologub's Prose // Modern Fiction Studies, # 26.2, 1980.
  • Barker, M. G. Reality and Escape: Sologub's 'The Wall and the Shadows' // Slavic and East European Journal, # 16.4, 1972.
  • Bristol, E.C. The Lyric Poetry of Fedor Sologub // Diss. U. Berkeley, 1959.
  • Bristol, E. C. Fedor Sologub as a Lyric Poet. // Russian Review, # 30.3, 1971.
  • Brodsky, P. P. The Beast Behind the Bath-House: "Belaia sobaka" as a Microcosm of Sologub's Universe // Slavic and East European Journal, # 27.1, 1983.
  • Brodsky, P. P. Fedor Sologub: Optimist of Death. // Diss. U. Berkeley, 1972.
  • Brodsky, P. P. Fertile Fields and Poisoned Gardens: Sologub's Debt to Hoffman, Pushkin, and Hawthorne // Essays in Literature, 1. 1974.
  • Christensen, P. Politics, Fantasy, and Sex in Fyodor Sologub's The Created Legend // New Zealand Slavonic Journal, 1995.
  • Clowes, E. W. Literary Decadence: Sologub, Schopenhauer, and the Anxiety of Individuation // American Contributions to the Tenth International Congress of Slavists (Literature), Sophia, September 1988. Ed. Jane Gary Harris. Slavica, 1988.
  • Cournos, J. Feodor Sologub // The Fortnightly Review. 1915. # 97, S. 480-490.
  • Denissoff, N. Fedor Sologoub, 1863-1927. Paris, 1981.
  • Dolinin, A. Estranged: Toward a Psychology of Sologub's Work. // The Noise of Change: Russian Literature and the Critics 1891-1917. Trans. and ed., Stanley Rabinowitz. Ann Arbor, 1986.
  • Dowsett, C.F. The Dynamics of Dual Worlds in the Russian Symbolist Short Story: Sologub's 'Zemle zemnoe' (The Earthly to the Earth) and Remizov's 'Serebryanyye lozhki' (The Silver Spoons) // New Zealand Slavonic Journal, 1986.
  • Ehre, M. Fedor Sologub's The Petty Demon: Eroticism, Decadence and Time // The Silver Age in Russian Literature. Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, 1990. New York, 1992.
  • Elsworth, J. Self and other in Fedor Sologub's "Тяжелые сны" // Блоковский сборник, XV: Русский символизм в литературном контексте рубежа XIX-XX вв. Тарту, 2000.
  • Field, А. The Created Legend: Sologub's Symbolic Universe // Slavic and East European Journal, # 5.19, 1961.
  • Field, A. The Theatre of Two Wills: Sologub's Plays // The Slavonic and East European Review, # 6, 1962.
  • Gerould, D. Sologub and the Theatre // The Drama Review, # 21.4, 1977.
  • Greene, D. Insidious Intent: An Interpretation of Fedor Sologub's The Petty Demon. Slavica, 1986.
  • Hansson, C. Fedor Sologub as a short-story writer: Stylistic Analyses. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1975.
  • Hart, P. Functions of the Fairy Tale in Sologub's Prose // Studies in Honor of Xenia Gasiorowska. Ed. L. Leighton. Slavica, 1983.
  • Hart, P. Metaphor, Metonymy and Myth in The Petty Demon // Slavic and East European Journal, # 41.3, 1997.
  • Holl, B. T. Don Quixote in Sologub's Melkii Bes // Slavic and East European Journal, # 33.4, 1989.
  • Hustis, H. Wicked Tongues and Alternative Lifestyles: Lyudmila, Peredonov and the Role of Language in Sologub's The Petty Demon // Slavic and East European Journal, # 40.4, 1996.
  • Hutchings, S. Plotting against Abstraction in Russian Literature's Provincial Hell: Fedor Sologub's Aesthetics of Embodiment // Modern Language Review, # 91.3, 1996.
  • Ivanits, L. J. The Grotesque in Fedor Sologub's Novel The Petty Demon // Russian and Slavic Literature. Ed. Richard Freeborn, et. al. Slavica, 1976.
  • Ivanits, L. J. Fairy Tale Motifs in Sologub's 'Dream on the Rocks' // Studies in Honor of Xenia Gasiorowska. Ed. L. Leighton. Slavica, 1983.
  • Kalbouss, G. Echoes of Nietzsche in Sologub's Writings // Nietzsche in Russia. Princeton, 1986.
  • Kalbouss, G. The Plays of Fjodor Sologub. Diss. New York, 1968.
  • Kalbouss, G. Sologub and Myth // Slavic and East European Journal, # 27.4, 1983.
  • Keys, R. On the Death of Fyodor Sologub (Unpublished Letters of Andrey Bely and Ivanov-Razumnik) // A. Bely. Centenary Papers. By Boris Christa. Amsterdam, 1980.
  • Kloss, R. J. Paranoia and the Parallel Plots of Sologub's The Petty Demon // Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, # 12.1-2, 1991.
  • Kuleshova, E. The Dialogue with Dostoevskij in Sologub's Tjazelye sny // The Russian Language Journal, # 15.135, 1986.
  • Laursen, E. Becoming the Serpent: Transformation in Sologub's 'Cherviak' // Russian Review, # 56.4, 1997.
  • Laursen, E. Transformation as Revelation: Sologub, Schopenhauer, and the Little Man // Slavic and East European Journal, # 39.4, 1995.
  • Leiter, Sh. Aspects of the Hero-Narrator Relationship in Sologub's Melkij Bes // Russian Language Journal, # 35.121-122, 1981.
  • Magomedova, E. An Analysis of the Symbolic Structure of Fedor Sologub's Novel Tvorimaia Legenda. Diss. New York, 1988.
  • Masing-Delic, I. Peredonov's Little Tear - Why is it Shed? // Scando-Slavica, # 24, 1978.
  • Miller, I. Selections from the Private Correspondence Between Vsevolod Meyerhold and Fyodor Sologub Concerning Two Productions of The Triumph of Death // Slavic and East European Performance, Vol. 18. Number 1, Spring 1998.
  • Mills, J. M. Expanding Critical Contexts: Sologub's Petty Demon // Slavic and East European Journal, # 28.1, 1984.
  • Peters, S.L. The Role of the Ballad in the Verse of Fedor Sologub. Diss. Michigan, 1996.
  • Rabinowitz, S. J. Bely and Sologub // Andrey Bely. A Critical Review. Lexington, 1978.
  • Rabinowitz, S. J. Fedor Sologub and his Nineteenth-Century Russian Antecedents // Slavic and East European Journal, # 22.3, 1978.
  • Rabinowitz, S. J. From the Early History of Symbolism: Unpublished Materials on Fedor Sologub, Akim Volynsky, and Lyubov' Gurevich // Oxford Slavonic Papers. New Series XXVII. Oxford, 1994.
  • Rabinowitz, S. J. On the Death of a Poet: The Final Days of Fyodor Sologub // Russian Literature Triquarterly, # 15, 1978.
  • Rabinowitz, S. J. Sologub's Literary Children: Keys to a Symbolist's Prose. Slavica, 1980.
  • Reeve, F. D. Art as Solution: Sologub's Devil // Modern Fiction Studies, # 3.1, 1957.
  • Robbins, K.L. The Artistic Vision of Fedor Sologub: A Study of Five Major Novels. Diss. Washington, 1975.
  • Ronen, O. Toponyms of Fedor Sologub's 'Tvorimaja Legenda' // Die Welt der Slaven, 1968, Bd.13.
  • Rosenthal, Ch. / Foley Н. Symbolic Patterning in Sologub's The Petty Demon // F. Sologub. The Petty Demon. Ann Arbor, 1983.
  • Schmid, U. A Symbolist under Soviet Rule: Sologub's Late Poetry // Slavic and East European Journal, # 43, 1999.
  • Shapiro, Michael and Marianne. Traces of Pushkin and other Russian Classics in The Petty Demon // Alexander Lipson: In Memorium. Slavica, 1994.
  • Smith, V. W. Fedor Sologub (1863-1927): A Critical Biography. Ph.D. Dissertation. Stanford University, 1993.
  • Smith, V. W. On Bad Dreams // Russian Literature Triquarterly, # 16, 1979.
  • Sologub and M. Kuzmin: Two Letters // Wienner Slawischer Almanach, 1982, Bd.2.
  • The Task Of Prospero // Glasgow Herald. 1916. November 2.
  • Thurston, G.J. Sologub's Melkiy Bes // The Slavonic and East European Review, # 55.1, 1977.
  • Venclova, T. Shade and Statue: A Comparative Analysis of Fedor Sologub and Innokentii Annenskii // Russian Review, # 53.1. 1994.

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