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Publications of Carol Apollonio    :recent first  combined  bibtex listing:

Books and Monographs

  1. Ganieva, A. "Bride and Groom."  Deep Vellum, 2018 translated by Apollonio, C
  2. Apollonio, C; Britlinger, A. "Checkhov for the Twenty-First Century."  Slavica, 2012
  3. Apollonio, C; Lapushin, R. "Chekhov's Letters Biography, Context, Poetics."  Lexington Books, November, 2018: 368 pages.  [abs]
  4. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky's Secrets: Reading Against the Grain."  Studies in Russian Literature and ThoughtNorthwestern University Press, 2009
  5.  "Intimacy and Terror: Soviet Diaries of the 1930s."  Ed. Lahusen, T; Garros, V; Koranevskaya, N The New Press, 1995: 394-394. translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  6. Apollonio, C. "Simply Chekhov."  October, 2018  [abs]
  7. Apollonio, C. "The Maya Pill (Tabletka) by German Sadulaev."  Dalkey Archive Press, 2013
  8. Ganieva, A. "The Mountain and the Wall."  Deep Vellum Publishing, June, 2015: 264 pages.  [abs]
  9. Apollonio, C. "The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century."  Ed. Apollonio, C Slavica, 2010 translated by Apollonio, C
  10. Kizaki, S. "The Sunken Temple."  Kodansha International Ltd., 1993 translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  11. Andrews, E; Tuyl, JV; Maksimova, E; Dolgova, I; Flath (Apollonio), C. "С месма б карьер: Leaping Into Russian. A Systematic Introduction to Contemporary Russian Grammar."  Focus, 1993

Edited Volumes

  1. C. Apollonio, Angela Brintlinger. Chekhov for the 21st entry.  Slavica, 2012.
  2.  The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century.  Slavica, 2010  [author's comments]

Papers Published

  1. C. Apollonio. ""Dostoevsky"." The Millions (March, 2012). (Contribution to the debate: “Tolstoy or Dostoevsky? 8 Experts on Who’s Greater”, http://www.themillions.com/2012/04/tolstoy-or-dostoevsky-8-experts-on-whos- greater.html (April 2012);)
  2. Apollonio, C. "AND THE EARTH WILL SIT ON THE MOON Essential stories." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 6097 (February, 2020): 6-7.
  3. Apollonio, C. "ANNA KARENINA." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 5842 (March, 2015): 12-13.
  4. Apollonio, C. "ANNA KARENINA." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 5842 (March, 2015): 12-13.
  5. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Anna Karenina: Translation, Literalism, and the Life of Art." Tolstoy Studies Journal XIV (2002): 108-15.
  6. Apollonio, C. "Antosha & Levitasha: The Shared Lives and Art of Anton Chekhov and Isaac Levitan." Slavic and East European Journal 60.2 (2016): 347-349.
  7. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Art and Idleness in Chekhov’s ’House with a Mezzanine’." Russian Review 58.3 (July, 1999): 456-66. [doi]
  8. "Chekhov in the Afterworld: The Life of Translations: A Roundtable with Peter Constantine, Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky." Chekhov the Immigrant: Translating a Cultural Icon (Spring, 2008). (translated by Apollonio, C)
  9. (Flath) Apollonio, C. "Chekhov’s Underground Man: ’An Attack of Nerves’." Slavic and East European Journal (Seej) (Fall, 2000): 375-92.  [abs]
  10. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Delineating the Territory of Cechov’s ’A Woman’s Kingdom’." Russian Literature XLIV-IV.4 (November, 1998): 389-408. [doi]
  11. Apollonio, C. "Demons of Translation: The Strange Path of Dostoevsky’s Novels into the English Tradition." Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005): 45-52.
  12. Apollonio, C. "Does the Translation Matter?." Tolstoy 100 Years On (April, 2015).
  13. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevskii's Overcoat: Influence, Comparison, and Transposition." Slavic and East European Journal 59.1 (2015): 127-128.
  14. Belknap, R; Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky in the lives of remarkable people." Slavic and East European Journal 60.2 (June, 2016): 241-251.
  15. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky Translations." Dostoevsky on Context (April, 2015).
  16. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky's Unfinished Journey." Slavic and East European Journal 52.3 (Fall, 2008): 455-456.
  17. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky: Translator and translated." Dostoevsky in Context (January, 2016): 236-243. [doi]  [abs]
  18. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky’s Religion: Words Images, and the Seed of Charity." Dostoevsky Studies (special issue on Dostoevsky's Religion) 12 (Winter, 2009).
  19. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Escape from Idyll: Chekhov and Pushkin." Collected Essays in Honor of the Bicentennial of Alexander S. Pushkin’s Birth (2000): 37-52.
  20. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Fear of Faith: The Hidden Religious Message of Notes From Underground." Slavic and East European Journal 37.4 (1993): 510-529.  [author's comments]
  21. Apollonio, C. "Gained in translation: Chekhov's "lady"." Chekhov for the 21st Century (January, 2012): 281-298.
  22. Apollonio, C. "I Gotta be Мы: The Plot of the Egotistical Pronoun in Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground." Russian Collection of Dostoevsky's Scholarship (April, 2015).
  23. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Nikolai Gerasimovich Pomialovsky." The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Literature in the Age of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (2001).
  24. Apollonio, C. "Notes from the Dead House: An Exercise in Spatial Reading or Three Crowd Scenes." Российский Гуманитарный Журнал 3.5 (April, 2015).
  25. Apollonio, C. "Paradoxes of Solitary Confinement in Notes from Underground and Notes from the Dead." Dostoevsky Beyond Dostoevsky (April, 2015).
  26. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Poor Folk: An Allegory of Body and Mind." Dostoevsky Studies 2 (1999).
  27. Apollonio, C. "Prophecy in 'The Peasant Marei'." The Dostoevsky Studies 18 (April, 2015).
  28. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Russian Documents: education and folk culture in the 19th century." Russian Women: Experience and Expression, Historical and Literary Documents 1700-1917 (2002).
  29. Apollonio, C. "Scenic Storytelling in Chekhov’s ’Grasshopper’." The Bulletin of the North American Chekhov Society XLI.1 (Fall, 2009).
  30. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Seminary Heroes in Mid-Nineteenth Century Russian Literature." Canadian American Slavic Studies (Spring, 1989).
  31. Chekhov,. "The Bride (Nevesta)." Anton Chekhov’s Selected Short Stores (2014). (translated by Apollonio, C)
  32. Apollonio, C. "THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 6097 (February, 2020): 6-7.
  33. Apollonio, C. "The Idiot’s ‘Vertical Sanctuary’: The Holbein Christ and Ippolit’s Confession." F.M. Dostoevsky in the Context of Cultural Dialogues (2010).
  34. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Limits to the Flesh: Searching for the Soul in Chekhov’s ’A Boring Story’." Slavic and East European Journal 2 (1997): 271-286.
  35. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Passion of Dmitrii Karamazov." Slavic Review 58.3 (Fall, 1999): 584-99. [doi]
  36. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Passion of Dmitrii Karamazov - A reply." Slavic Review 59.3 (2000): 727-729. [Gateway.cgi]
  37. Stepanov, A. "The Psychology of Chekhov’s Creative Method and Generative Poetics." Chekhov for the Twenty-First Century (2012).
  38. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Seagull: The Stage Mother, the Missing Father and the Origins of Art." Modern Drama XLII.4 (Winter, 1999): 491-510.
  39. Apollonio, C. "Translation and the Making of Modern Russian Literature.." Russian Review 75.2 (April, 2016): 316-317.
  40. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Writing about Nothing: ’Ariadne’ and the Narcissistic Narrator." Slavonic and East European Review 77.2 (April, 1999): 223-39.
  41. Apollonio, C. "Еще о проблеме коммуникации у Чехова: рассказ «Ванька»»." Чеховская карта мира (April, 2015).
  42. Apollonio, C. "Толстой в переводах Констанц Гарнетт." Лев Толстой И Мировая Литература (2013).

Book Reviews

  1. Ed. Robert Louis Jackson. "A New Word on the Brothers Karamazov".  Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005).
  2. Susanne Fusso. "Discovering Sexuality in Dostoevsky" (Northwestern UP, 2006).  Dostoevsky Studies new series.12 (2009-10).
  3. John Reid. "The Polemical Force of Chekhov's Comedies".  Russian Review, Volume 67 (January-October) (2008).
  4.  Anton Chekhov: The Four Major Plays, Tr. Curt Columbus.  Slavic and East European Journal 50.2 (Summer, 2006).
  5. Robert Wechsler. Performing without a Stage: The Art of Literary Translation.  CATI Quarterly (Spring, 1999). (1998)
  6. Apollonio, C. Review of A New Word on the Brothers Karamazov edited by Robert Louis Jackson.  Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005).
  7. Apollonio, C. Review of Discovering Sexuality in Dostoevsky by Susanne Fusso.  Dostoevsky Studies 12 (2009).
  8. Apollonio, C. Review of Dostoevski's Overcoat: Influence, Comparison, and Transportation. ed. Andrew, J; Reid, R. April, 2015.
  9. Apollonio, C. Review of Dostoevsky’s Unfinished Journey by Robert Feuer Miller.  Slavic and East European Journal 52.3 (2008).
  10. Apollonio, C. Review of Moi Talisman: Selected Lyric Poetry of Alexander Pushkin" translated by J.H. Lowenfeld.  Pushkin Review 8 (2005): 1-5.
  11. Flath (Apollonio), C. Review of Performing without a Stage: The Art of Literary Translation by Robert Wechsler.  Cati Quarterly (1999).
  12. Apollonio, C. Review of The Four Major Plays (of Anton Chekhov) translated by Curt Columbus.  Slavic and East European Journal 50.2 (2006).
  13. Flath (Apollonio), C. Review of The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin translated by Nancy K. Anderson.  Slavic and East European Journal 45.3 (2001).
  14. Apollonio, C. Review of The Polemical Force of Chekhov’s Comedies: A Rhetorical Analysis of Chekhov's Comedies by John McKellor Reid.  The Russian Review: an American Quarterly Devoted to Russia Past and Present 67 (2007).
  15. Alexander Pushkin. The Little Tragedies.  Slavic and East European Journal 45.3 (2001). (translated, with critical essays, by Nancy K. Anderson)

Translations

  1. Chekhov, trans. "Chekhov's 'The Bride'". The Norton Anthology of Chekhov's Short Stories (forthcoming). Ed. Cathy Popkin. February, 2012  Norton
  2. Apollonio, C, trans. "Shapify". Times Literary Supplement 5842 (January, 2015): 12-13.
  3. Apollonio, C, trans. A New Century, A New Chekhov. Slavic and East European Journal 50.3 (Fall, 2006).  [author's comments]
  4. Ivanova, G, trans. Labor-Camp Socialism: The GULAG in the Soviet Totalitarian System. Ed. Raleigh, DJ; Sharpe, ME. 2000.  translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  5. Sukhikh, I, trans. The Death of the Hero in Chekhov’s World. Chekhov for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Apollonio, C; Brintlinger, A. Slavica, 2012.  translated by Apollonio, C  [author's comments]
  6. Sadulaev, G, trans. The Devil of Potatoes. The Maya Pill, the Dirty Goat Fall (2011). translated by Apollonio, C
  7. German Sadulaev, trans. The Maya Pill: a novel.  Dalkey Archive, December, 2013
  8.  The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century.  ed., Carol Apollonio; Slavica, 2010.  [author's comments]
  9. Kizaki, S, trans. The Phoenix Tree and Other Stories.  Kodansha International Ltd., 1990. 242.  translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  10. Stepanov, A, trans. The Psychology of Chekhov's Creative Method and Generative Poetics. Chekhov for the Twenty First Century  (2012). translated by Apollonio, C
  11. Chekhov, A, trans. Three Sisters. The Russian Review: an American Quarterly Devoted to Russia Past and Present XX.4Hackett Publishing, (2014): 616-617. translated by Apollonio, C  [abs]

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