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Folder includes several photocopies of several articles by Albert Boiter.
The subtitle of this theme reads "general problems."
Folder contains photocopies of such famous posters as that of Irakli Toidze: "Rodina-Mat zovet."
Markstein's chart of the literary schools, some of which apply to the thematic folders above.
Folder contains handwritten notes as well as typed class notes, photocopies and tear sheets of newspaper and journal articles.
Folder contains handwritten notes as well as typed class notes, photocopies and tear sheets of journal articles.
Most of the material here relates to Vladimir Mayakovsky; folder includes 6 slides.
Markstein includes offprints of her own article entitled "Dom i kotlovan, ili mnimaia realizatsiia utopii."
Some of the notebooks stem from specific classes at Moscow State U. or the U. of Innsbrook, while others are more generic, being labelled "Russian Literature" or "Russian art and cultural history."
Some of the articles are signed Elisabeth Mark or simply "E.M." The earliest articles are signed "L.K."
All of the reviews are tear sheets with the exception of one photocopy.
For the most part each folder contains one article; however, on occasion, there are duplicates. Articles are generally publishers' offprints, sometimes with Markstein's typescripts. Articles occasionally tie in to such thematic folders as "derevenskaia literatura" or "detskaia literatura." Besides literary topics, Markstein frequently explores translation issues.
Among the "separate" or "independent" writers that Markstein includes are Andrei Bitov, IUrii Trifonov, and Vasilii Shukshin.
Among the prose writers of the 1920s that Markstein includes are: the Serapion brothers, Mikhail Sholokhov, and Artem Veselyi (Nikolai Kochkurov) among others.