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Contents Introductions Hilde Hoogenboom, University at Albany Introduction ................................................................................................. 3 Robert Belknap, Columbia University Marina Ledkovsky at Columbia ..................................................................... 11 Marina Ledkovsky, Barnard College, emerita Curriculum vitae................................................................................................. 15 Vision and Revision Irina Reyfman, Columbia University Female Voice and Male Gaze in Leo Tolstoy's Family Happiness ....................................................................... 29 Gina Kovarsky, Virginia Commonwealth University Learning How to Look: Nastasia Filippovna in The Idiot .......................... 51 Rebecca Stanton, Barnard College Feminine Resurrections: Gendering Redemption in the Last Novels of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky ................................................. 71 Nature and Culture Svetlana Slavskaya Grenier, Georgetown University A Tale of Two Cities: Tolstoy's Gendered Moral Geography in Anna Karenina ............................................................... 93 ii Contents Jane Costlow, Bates College Landscapes of Girlhood: Forest Space in A Russian Childhood and The Tragic Menagerie ............... 113 Charlotte Rosenthal, University of Southern Maine Women's "Nature" and Creativity in the Silver Age .............................. 133 Performance and Staging Maude Meisel, Pace University Self-Presentation on Stage and Page in the Memoirs of Russian Women Performers ............................................. 151 Mary F. Zirin, Independent Scholar Sister Acts: Autobiographies by Two Nineteenth-Century Russian Actresses in Cultural Perspective ................................................. 167 Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy, Barnard College Dance as Metaphor: The Russian Ballerina and the Imperial Imagination ................................................................................ 185 Exile and Return Mallika Ramdas, United World College of SE Asia, Singapore Lidiia Ginzburg's Notes ofa Blockade Persol1: Self and Others as Polyphonic Chorus ........................................................ 211 Beth Holmgren, Duke University Aristocrats and Working Girls: Towards a History of Russian Emigre Women in the United States ........................ 231 Carol Ueland, Drew University Pseudonyms and Personae of Marianna Kolosova: Creating a New Feminine Voice in Emigration ........................................ 249 Gender Politics and Canon Diana Greene, New York University Poet, Poetessa, Zhenshchina-Poet: Job Titles and Comparable Worth ................................................................ 265 Contents III Hilde Hoogenboom, University at Albany The Non-Canonical Canon: From Nikolai Novikov's Historical Dictionary to Dictionary of Russian Women Writers ................... 281 Ellen Chances, Princeton University Contemporary Russian Women's Journals: A Case Study of WelMbl ................................................................................. 301 Afterword Interview with Marina Viktorovna Ledkovsky, conducted by Hilde Hoogenboom and Maude Meisel, March 4, 2007 .................. 321 Index .......................................................................................................................... 339 ...

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