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1 KOGAN, P. S. Literatura etikh let: 19171923 [Literature of recent years: 19171923]. Ivanovo-Voznesensk: Knigoizdatelskoe T-vo Osnova, 3233, 4344, 49.

In Russian. Chapter 3 cites Ivanov as the first example in a catalogue of writers of dying thoughts and feelings, who failed to accept or understand the revolution. His works Mladenchestvo [Infancy], Prometei [Prometheus] and Zimnie sonety [Winter sonnets] are criticized for being based on personal reminiscences, dreams, and thoughts; the poet has learned nothing from the revolution or the war (pp. 3233). Criticizes Ivanov as the second dreamer of Zapiski mechtatelei, attacks his essay Kruchi [Steep slopes] (1919), and quotes from his poem Chelovek edin [Man is alone] (pp. 4344, from Kogan 1922.10). Belyi, Ivanov, and Zamiatin are bolshie talanty [great talents] who have been followed by endless imitative dreamers (p. 49).

2 SVIATOPOLK-MIRSKII, D. Viacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov. In Russkaia lirika: Malenkaia antologiia ot Lomonosova do Pasternaka [Russian lyric verse: A small anthology from Lomonosov to Pasternak]. Compiled by Prince D. Sviatopolk-Mirskii. Paris: Franko-russkaia pechat, 196. Reprint (second edition). Paris: Izdatelstvo La Presse Française & Etrangère, 1925.

In Russian. A short note on Ivanovs development and influence as a poet, followed by brief comments on the two poems by him chosen for the anthology Trizna Dionisa [The funeral rites of Dionysus] and Ispytanie [The trial] (pp. 13436). Gives a very positive characterization of his sense of past culture, carefully considered use of language, and role as a teacher of young poets.

3 VLADISLAVLEV, I. V. Russkie pisateli: Opyt bibliograficheskogo posobiia po russkoi literature X1XXX st. [Russian writers: A preliminary bibliographical guide to Russian literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries]. Fourth expanded and revised edition. Moscow and Leningrad: Gosudarstvennoe izdatelstvo, 17172, 371.

In Russian. A bibliography of works by and about Ivanov, followed by a further entry in the appendix on literature of the revolutionary period (19181923). Details of Ivanovs publications include information on prices and on two (unpublished) books in preparation: Skriabin (Alkonost) and Vvedenie v poetiku [Introduction to poetics] (Altsiona). See Vladislavlev, 1928.7.

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