The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject: Russian
See also under Literature: General
Works, and literature time periods.
Anton Chekhov Page (Formerly maintained by Yvan Russell mirror site).
Links to full-text works in English translation and Russian, along with links
to supporting research materials.
- Early 19th Century
Russian Readership and Culture: A Hypertext Archive (Electronic Text
Research Center, University of Minnesota). Free and restricted access to
SGML-encoded whole books and excerpts of and about Russian literature.
- Electronic Library
of Dissertations = Электронная библиотека диссертаций. Moscow: Russian State Library. Database of Russian
academic dissertations and theses. Some titles are available as full-text.
Date accessed: 2003-12-26. Date added: 2003-12-26.
- Eisenstein's Early Drawings Sketchbook 1914. Edited by Oksana Bulgakowa. Montreal, Quebec: Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 2005. A digitized representation with comments by Dr. Oksana Bulgakowa on a 150 page sketchbook from a Russian archive created by the filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein when he was 16 years old. Date accessed: 2005-06-09. Date added: 2005-06-09.
- Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and
Folklore (FEB-web) = Русская литература и фольклор. Moscow: Gorky
Insitute of World Literature, Russian Academy of Science, July 2002-. Bilingual
interface (Russian and English). Summary: " ...a full-text digital resource. FEB-web accumulates information in text, audio,
visual, and other forms on 11th-20th-century Russian literature, Russian
folklore, and the history of Russian literary scholarship and folklore studies."
Date accessed: 2004-04-14. Date added: 2004-04-14.
Entirely in Russian, this site appears to be a Russian equivalent of Project
Gutenberg. In addition to transcribed Russian language and books in other
languages, you'll also find links to other media such as MP3 files. Date
accessed: 2003-05-06. Date added: 2003-05-06.
- Meeting of
Frontiers = Встреча на границах. Washington, D.C.: American Memory, Library of Congress.
New content was added in August 2005. Date updated: 2005-08-29.
- Open Russian Electronic Library
русская электронная библиотека. Moscow:  Russian State Library. Offers HTML
transcriptions, Microsoft Word documents,  and digital facsimiles (Adobe
Acrobat PDF files) of a wide assortment of Russian language texts (originals
in Russian or translations from other languages). Date accessed: 2003-12-26.
Date added: 2003-12-26.
- Public Electronic
Library (Russia-On-Line). In Russian. Classic full-text electronic versions
of Russian literary works in HTML format (Cyrillic characters).
- Russian Online
Resources (Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library).
Searchable/browsable collection of electronic versions of Russian language
works. As of September 2001, only one work, Osip Emilievich Mandelstam's
Tristia (1922), translated by Bruce McClelland, is available.
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