Red Virgin Soil - 1921, 1922

Krasnaia nov was a soviet literary journal founded in 1921 by Aleksandr Voronsky

All material is from SovietLiterature, a site which makes available the texts and bibliographies of 1920s Soviet journals. Besides 'Red Virgin Soil', the site has texts from journals such as 'Left', 'Forge', 'At the post' and 'New left'. All texts are in Russian, so it is necessary to copy/paste the link of a text in to an online translator. That's also how the titles were translated, so apologies for any nonsense you'll find.

For the first couple of issues every title is linked to the text. After that, to save myself the trouble, only the text to a few titles of an issue is given; every following title has a link with a higher number. So for instance the first title of issue no.3 of 1921 is at http://www.ruthenia.ru/sovlit/j/86.html , the next title is at http://www.ruthenia.ru/sovlit/j/87.html , etc. Oh and another thing; some titles are not listed here, mostly because of sloppinness on my part, but they are there, somewhere.

1921

No. 1

Vsevolod Ivanov. - Partisans. Stories .................................. 4 text
M. Pozharova ............................................... ............. 40 text
S. Podjachev. - "Starving”. - (From natures ).............................. 48 text
D. Semenovsky. - Modern ditties ................................. 58 text
Nicholas bells. - Lyrics ............................................. 62 text

Political-Economic section.

N. Lemin. - The Tax in Kind ................................. 64 text , and in English
Sholom Dvolaytsky. - Capital accumulation and the problem of imperialism ........... 89 text
K. Radek. - Third year of struggle of the Soviet republic against global capital ....... 101 text
A. Krajiceva. - On the characteristics of peasant households in the period of war and revolution 122
text
N. Krupskaya. - Taylor's system and organization of work of the Soviet institutions .... 140 text

ART AND LIFE.

Lunacharsky. - Our problem in the domain of artistic life .......... 146 text
W. Fritsche. - Romain Rolland .............................................. 168 text

Popular-science section.

A. Timirjazev. - Mendeleev's periodic table of elements and Modern Physics .......... 165 text
Science news. Vl.Arhangelsky. - Our achievements in aerohydrodynamics ...............180 text
Science news. - Bazhenov and Rory. - The success of radio abroad ..........................182 text

IN SOVIET RUSSIA.

Preobrazhensky. - A new phase..................................... 186 text
IL. Vardin. - "After Kronstadt "...................................... 199 text

Foreign review.

M. Smith. - Production and socio-political conditions of the British miners strike .... 205
Mich.. Pavlovich. - Kemalist movement in Turkey ....................... 218
Mich.. Pavlovich. - United States and Soviet Russia ...................229 text

FROM THE PAST.

Viacheslav. Polonsky. - Weitling and Bakunin .................................. 235 text

In order for discussion.

M. Olminsky. - On the book by N. Bukharin ............................... 247 text
Non-revisionist. - On the book by N. Bukharin ...........................252 text
N. Bukharin and G. Pyatakov. - The cavalry raid and Heavy artillery ................257 text

From the foreign press.

N. Meshcheryakov. - "Our overseas ".................................. 275 text
A. Voronsky. - Wales on Soviet Russia .............................. 285 text

Review and bibliography.

1. A. Voronsky. - About recluses, madmen and rebels. text
2. Nurminen. - Leonid Andreyev. "Diary of Satan." text
3. A. The youngest. - "Paralyzed". text
4. Nurminen. - Felix Gras. "Terror". text
5. AV - The collapse of ideology. text
6 M. Kantor. - "National Economy" - ezhem.econ.journal. text
7. Prof. Reformed. - "Science and its employees. text
8. Mich.. Pavlovich. - Mikhail. Lemke. "250 days in the tsarist rate. text
9. J. Shafir. - N. Asheshev. Sophia Perovskaya. text
10. YA.SH. - L.G. Deutsch. "Russian roar. Emigration 70 years." text
11. A. Aros. - Gen. Slash Crimea. "I demand the court society publicity. text
12. A. Arosev. - Mich.. Pavlovich. Economic development and agrarian program in Persia XX century. text
13. Podzemsky. - "Red Journalist " text
Table of contents text
The beginning text

No. 2

Altaic tales. (V. Ivanov) [Short Story] Contents: Kurgamysh - green god. Baran. Kujan. Ayu. How he loved Kara-Su. Kyzymil - Gold River. How Ayangul sinned. When pine blooms 3-11 text
From Jewish. (Semenovskiy D.) [poem] 14 text
Suitcase. (Forsch O. (A. Terek)) [Short Story] 15-24 text
From the field songs. (Artamonov MV) [poem] 25 text
Strada: Notes T.A. Forgotten. (Arosev A.) [Short Story] 26-51 text
From the poem "The Village". (Alexander V.) [poem] 52 text
Wing of a Bird: A Story. (Lower P.) [Short Story] 53-67 text
Ural poems. (B. Pasternak) [poem] 68-71 text

Organization of industry and land issues in the Hungarian Soviet Republic (Evgeny Varga) 72-93 text
Unified Military Doctrine and the Red Army. (M. Frunze) 94-106 text
The economic policy of the whites: (Crimean "experience"). (Shafir Ya.) 107-120 text
Notes on electrification. (Krzyzanowski G.) 121-132 text
The success of physics in Soviet Russia. (Timiryazev A.) 160-163 text
The serfs and Siberian years of Mikhail Bakunin. (Polonsky W.) 164-182 text
B. Korolenko: (Concerning the “History of my contemporaries”). (Luxembourg R.) 183-203 text
Literary notes. (Voronsky A.) 215-227 text
The poor harvest in 1921: (Facts and Figures). (Klepikov S.) 228-236 text
Hungry resettlement. (Mesjachev P.) 237-242 text
Makhnovshchina and Anarchism: (up to Makhnovshchina). Ya. Yakovlev (Epstein) 243-257 text
Reactionnary democracy: (About "The Peasant Union). (Vardin I.) 258-263 text
Comments to the Third Congress of the Communist International. (Radek K.) 264-275 text

Eastern question at the III Congress and the prospects of the revolutionary movement in the Middle East. (P. M.) [Article] 276-283 text

Miliukov P.N. History of the Second Russian Revolution. Volume 1. Issue 1. Sofia. 1921. (Pokrovsky AM) [review] Title: Contradictions Milyukov 284-300. text

Frivolous traveler. (Meshcheriakov AN) [Article] 301-308 text

The real fun and real torture!: (Second - and also funny - the answer to comrade Sarabyanov). (N. Bukharin) [Article] 313-320 text

Bibliography

Mayakovsky V. 150.000.000. Moscow. 1921. (Anchar) [review] 321-324 text

V. Korolenko story of my contemporaries. Volume 2. Part 3-5. No seats. 1920. (Nurminen) [review] 324, 327. Title: On the new book, VG Korolenko text

Life in the works of A. Neverova. (Jarovoj P.) [Article] 328-333 text

Poetry of Nikitin (N. Zakharov-Menskiy) 333-335 text

Takhtarev K.M. The science of social life (sociology). Petrograd. 1919; Sorokin PA System of sociology. Volume 1. Social analyst. Petrograd. 1920. (Nevsky MV) [review] 335-340 text Title: Interaction or monism

From the era of "Stars" and "Truth" (1911 - 1914 years). Moscow. 1921. (Astrakhan VA) [review] 340-343 text

Serving the German revolution. Moscow. 1921. (Astrakhan VA) [review] 343-344 text
Modern note. Paris. Without year. (Voronsky A.) [review] / /
Title: From the white press: From the populist utopianism to the counter-revolutionary kulak ideology 345-347 text
Archives of the Russian Revolution. Volume 1. Berlin. 1921. (Nurminen) [review] / / Title: On the evolution of Russian Liberalism 347-349 text
Zworykin N.N. For the upcoming land readjustment Russia. Paris. 1920. (Meshcheriakov) [review] / / Title: Dreams, dreams ... 349-351 text
Green stick: ("Ours" abroad). (Don Aminado) [Article] / 352-353 text
Blok. (Kogan P.S.) [Article] 354 text

No. 3

S. Podjachev. "Ill". Story ...................................... 3 text
Nikitin. Mokei. Tale .............................................. 13
M. Shimkevich. Wolf. Story ........................................... 21
Artem Vesely. We. The dramatic pictures .............................. 30
Pletnev. Gold. Story ........................................... 49
EG Fedorov. Baytas. Of the Kyrgyz uprising ........................... 58
B. Tamarin. Desert (from the history of one hike )........................ 67
E. Volchanetskaya. "For his friends." Poems ................................ 81
Eideman. Elder (from Latvian). Poems ................................. 87
K. Lavrov. Suhmen. Poems ............................................ 93
A. Prishelets. In times of drought. Poems .......................................... 94
Anna Barkov. Woman. Poems .......................................... 95
Demian Bedneij. Sadness. Poems .......................................... 97
BI Gorev (Goldman). Marxism and the labor movement
St. Petersburg quarter-century ago. (Memoirs )...................... 99
Viacheslav. Polonsky. The serfs and Siberian Mich. years. Bakunin (concluded). 128
B. Zawadowski. The problem of aging and rejuvenation in the light of
recent works Shteynaha, Voronova and other ............................ 146
Stepanov. Past and farther away from Marx .................................. 177
N. Preobrazhensky. Prospects for a new economic policy ........... 201
M. Smith. On the cost of the revolution ............................. 213
E. Pashukanis. Bourgeois lawyer about the nature of the State .................. 223 text
P. Kogan. Russian literature during the October Revolution ............. 233
A. Voronsky. Of the modern sentiment ............................... 244
N. Meshcheryakov. New milestone "............................................ 256
Il. Vardin. Split of the Cadet Party ..................................... 272

Abroad

Antropov. England. The economic consequences of World War II ............ 285

Inside Soviet Russia

V. Kuraev. From War to Peace ............................................ 304

In order for discussion

Gusev. More about the new economic policy ......................... 326
Vl. Sarabyanov. Letter to the Editor .................................... 330
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Demian Bedneij. When did he wake up? ................................. 331

Review and bibliography

Anchar. About the novel Bibik ............................................... 334
P. Spring. Barbara Butyagina. "Buttercup". Poems .......................... 337
Vl. Sarabyanov. L. Trotsky. New Stage ............................... 340
Vl. Sarabyanov. Gorter. Imperialism, World War II and the Social-Democrats .. 343 text
B. E. Recovering Economy and Industrial Development. forces south-east ..... 346
Gr. P-op. L. Kritzman. One ctivities. Plan ................................ 347
V. Vaganian. Plekhanov. I. Year at home.
II. Speech at mosk.gos.soveschanii ........................................ 349
A. Voronsky. Hangover. G. Kirdetsov. At the gates of Petrograd ............... 352
Il. Vardin. The Socialist-Revolutionaries and Kolchak ..................................... 356
B. Zawadowski. "Nature" ............................................ 358
AV Press and the Revolution ........................................... .. 360

No. 4

Alexander Yakovlev. Gust. Story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 text
Boris Pilnyak. Simple stories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Larisa Reisner. With road. Diary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Semen Podyachev. "Orthodox". Story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
"" From the recent past. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
N. Lyashko. Thieves mother. Story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Artem Vesely. In the village at Carnival. Story. . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Peter Mitar. Forty-three. Essay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
A. Aros. October Dawn (from notebook). . . . . . . . . . 86
Arnold Kolbanovsky. Flour words. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Paul Nizovoj. Change. Story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
A. Peregoudov. Breech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
E. Fedorov. Four buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
Poems: Boris Pasternak, Anatoly K., S. Obradovic, Anna Barkova,
D. Vigodskogo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
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B.M. Zawadowski. Science in Soviet Russia. . . . . . . . . . . . . .128
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Yuri Larin. On the limits of adaptability of our new economic
policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
Radek. Ways of the Russian Revolution (Apropos of a new economic
policy). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162
Milutin. On economic issues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
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Lunacharsky. Dostoevsky as an artist and thinker. . . . . . . . .204
B. Veresaev. Artist of Life (on Leo Tolstoy). . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
Pletnev. Nekrasov and modernity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240
S. Bobrov. Horses of Nekrasov and Dostoevsky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246

Inside Soviet Russia
Sarabyanov. Some results of the first course. . . . . . . . . . . . . .251
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Demian Bedneij. Kurologia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .267

Criticism and bibliography
P. Kogan. Literary notes (Andrei Bely). . . . . . . . . . .271
Sergei Gorodetsky. Review of regional poetry. . . . . . . . . . . . . .278
Tseg. The most important thing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .284
KATimirjazev. Review of the literature on the principle of relativity. . . . . . .285
B. Arvatov. The overall aesthetics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .290
Il.Vardin. The Proletarian Revolution "N 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .291
"" Ya Yakovlev, Russian anarchism. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . .294

White print
Gusev. About the Civil War. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .296
I. Vardin. Small-scale farming (on the book Chuprova). . . . . . . . . . . .306
Orphic. Merezhkovsky. The kingdom of the Antichrist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310
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1922

No. 1

Shishkov, Vyacheslav. Whirlwind. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 text
Zoshchenko Mich.. Lyalka Fifty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Krinitskiy Olga. Blue day, scattered ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Mikhail Gerasimov. Steppe dissonance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Semenov, Sergey. Thief. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Pilnyak Boris. Excerpts from the novel "The Naked Year". . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Ivanov Vsev. Armored N 14.69. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Veresaev VK Aphrodite (From Homer hymns.). . . . . . . . . . . .125
Swill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Drema. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Bernard Shaw. The dictatorship of the proletariat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
M. Pokrovsky Our spices in their own image. . . . . . . .146
Dvolaytsky Sholom world economy and the crisis of 1920-1921 GG . . . . . . .155 text
Smirnov Our economic policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
Meshcheryakov N. Challenges of modern co-operatives. . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
Voronsky A. Soviet Russia in the coverage of white browser. . . .221
Meshcheryakov N. collapse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .230
Cogan PS memory Korolenko. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238
Sergei Bobrov. Symbolist Block. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244

ABROAD

Mikhail Pavlovich. The Washington Conference and the international situation. .251

IN SOVIET RUSSIA

Months P. Agrarian crisis in Russia and measures for
reconstruction and development of agriculture. . . . . . . . . . . .263
In the magazine world (Chronicle)
I. United workers' front. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .281
II. Unified Military Doctrine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .285
III. Dostoevsky and the revolution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .289
Prof. Blazhko S. A brief account of progress of astronomy over the last
decade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .292
Prof. Przheborovsky Yar. Usp during World War II. . . . .301
Bedneij Demian. Concoction
Oak and wedges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310
Hermes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310
Gods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .311
Wheel and a horse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .311
Gorodetsky, Sergey. Krasnomoskove. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .312

Review and bibliography

"The history of my contemporaries" VG Korolenko. Tom third. . . . . .314
Voronsky A. From the human documents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .334

No. 2

Table of contents text
A. Chapygin. In the swan lake. Story .............................. 3 text
A. Aros. Recent days. Features ...................................... 52
Anna Vesnina. Cross. Story ......................................... 87
Poems. Yesenin, Boris Pasternak, B. Cazin, P. Radimov,
Sergei Klychkov, J. Semyonov, P. Sukhotin, N. Poletayev, Mich..
Gerasimov, G. Shengeli, Peter Oreshin ............................... 100
Nick. Sukhanov. In June 1917 ....................................... 115
C. Chlenov. Germanic Revolution and the Social-Democrats .................. 161
Lozovsky. The global offensive of capital and a single proletarian
Front ................................................. ........... 171

Decline of the West.
I. Carl Grasis. Vehisty of Spengler .............................. 196
II. Bazarov. Spengler and his critics ........................ 211
III. Sergei Bobrov. Shell-shocked mind ............................ 231
Preobrazhensky. Russian ruble during the war and revolution .......... 242
A. Voronsky. Literary responses ................................... 258
M. Reisner. Old and New ........................................... 276
Mich.. Zawadowski. Askania Nova ....................................... 286
P. Sadyker. Wars of the Future ........................................... 299

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Abroad.

Mich.. Pavlovich. Genoa Conference ................................ 304
Clara Zetkin. The railway strike in Germany .................. 316

Inside Sov. Russia.

S. Ingulov. Notes on hunger ......................................... 321

Literary edge.

S. Bobrov. "I, Nicholas Stavrogin ..."................................. 332
N. Meshcheryakov. Russian Smena-Vekhites ................................... 337
Nurminen. In the journal world ............................................ 343
A. Bick. Literary edge ............................................ 351

Announcements ................................................. .......... 356

No. 3

Table of contents
A. Neverov. Small stories ........................................ 3 text
Maximilian Voloshin. From the poem "On the Way of Cain". Poems ................... 8
Vsevolod Ivanov. Blue Sands. Roman ................................ 15
Basil Kazin. Mich.. Gerasimov, S. Obradovic. Poems ................... 58
Alexander Zuev. Troubles. Slowness ................................ 61
Esenin, I. Jeroschin, S. Klichkov, P. Radimov. Poems .................. 84
A. Aros. Recent days (ending ).................................. 89
G. Shengeli, Vladimir Mayakovsky, N. Aseev, S. Bobrov ...................... 112
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L. Trotsky. "It was in Spain (on notebook ).............. 123
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Pokrovsky. Is it true that in Russia absolutism
"Existed in defiance of social development ".................. 144
C. Members. Twilight idols ........................................... 152
D. Ryazanov. Ricardo, as a man and thinker ........................ 164
G. Pyatakov. The philosophy of modern imperialism (a study of Spengler) .. 182
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Friedemann. On the phenomenon Herelle'ya. With a foreword by B. Zavadovskiy ...... 198
Timiryazev. Intra-atomic energy ............................. 211
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Inside Soviet Russia.

S. Ingulov. At the current topic ......................................... 225
N. Meshcheryakov. New students .................................... 240

Literary edge.

Nick. Aseev. Letters on Poetry ......................................... 248
PS Kogan. S. Yesenin .............................................. 254

Critique and bibliography.

Articles and Reviews N. Aseeva S. Bobrov, A. Voronsky, A. Neverova, A. YURLOVA, A. Aroseva, MN Pokrovsky, Stepanov, S. Chlenova, K. Grasis, Kontorovich, Sapozhnikov, etc .
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Announcements ................................................. ......... 296

No. 4

Table of contents
N. Tikhonov. Themselves. Poems ......................................... 3 text
Peter Oreshin. Kvasok. Komissarka. Poems .......................... 6
B. Veresaev. From the story "The impasse" ............................. 9
Nick. Aseev, Ilya Ehrenburg, Osip Mandelstam, Vladimir Narbut. Verses ..... 23
Vsevolod Ivanov. Blue Sands. Roman (continued) ............. 30
Elizabeth Polonskaya, Vasily Kazin, N. Poletaev. Poems .......... 60
Nick. Nikitin from the story "gag fort .......................... 64
Vladislav Khodasevich, Sergei Klychkov. Poems ...................... 87
A. Zuev. "The Troubles". Slowness (continued) .................... 90
S. Ogurtsov. Chastooshkas ............................................ 107
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S. Witte. "The attempt on my life" (from Volume II of "Memoirs") .. 113
Maisky. Democratic counter-revolution (of memories) ... 133
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John Hobson. Problems of the new world (English) ............... 149
M. Rubinstein. Fighting for oil .................................. 171
A. Butsevich. High School ........................................ 184
B. Motylev. On major issues of economic theory
Socialism ................................................. ..... 193
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Vladimir Savic. An attempt to understand the creative process from the point
reflex act of ....................................... 207
N. Ponyatsky. Rebuke of the old Darwinist ....................... 224
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LITERARY REGION.
N. Aseev. By Sea paper (journal review) .................. 236
A. Voronsky. Literary silhouettes. 1. Pilnyak ............... 252
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INSIDE soviet RUSSIA.
Nurminen. The process of right-wing Socialist Revolutionaries .................................. 270
Critique and bibliography. Reviews, NS, A. H-va, Sergei Bobrov
Markovic, Goreva, Milutin, Kontorovich, B. Zavadovskiy,
D. Khlebnikov, and other authors .................................. 282
Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov. ....................................... 303
Announcements ................................................. ..... 307

No. 5

George Shengeli. Lieutenant dead. Poems ............................. 3
Nikolai Tikhonov. A song about soldiers on furlough. Rattletrap etc. Verses ..... 9 text
B. Veresaev. Two passages from the novel "The impasse "........................ 15
Inber Vera, Vera Ilyina, Vladimir Narbut. Poems ....................... 47
Vsevolod Ivanov. Blue Sands. Roman (continued )................... 53
Basil Kazin, Peter Oreshin Dm. Cemenivskiy. Poems .................... 75
Hans Sachs. Fyunzingensky thief and thieving peasants. Translation
Boris Pasternak ................................................ .. 82
Olga Forsch. African brother. Story ................................. 94
Sergei Bobrov. The eyes of liberty. Poems .................................. 103
Alexander Drozdov. Bes. Story ...................................... 108
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I. Maisky. Democratic counter-revolution (continued )............ 114
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Karl Radek. What did the October Revolution ........................... 139
Preobrazhensky. The collapse of capitalism in Europe ......................... 151
Rubinstein. Stinnes ................................................. .166
Yakovlev. General provision of professional education in the RSFSR .. 175
J. Shatunovskii. Communism in the fight against hunger ......................... 192
A. Pyutter. Starvation. Per. from German by G. Azimov, with foreword from B. Zavadovskiy ........................................... 200
Radek. Genoa and the Hague Conference .......................... 210

ABROAD.

Mich.. Pavlovich. Japanese imperialism .................................. 238
P. Kitaygorodskiy. Modern Ireland .............................. 246

LITERARY REGION.

A. Voronsky. Literary silhouettes ................................... 254

IN SOVIET RUSSIA.

S. Ingulov. No landlords ............................................ 276

CRITICISM AND BIBLIOGRAPHY.

Reviews of AA, AA Voronsky, B. Goreva, AK, V. Kryazhina et al .... 286
Outbreak ............................................... ............ 313
Table of contents text

No. 6

Ehrenburg. Life and Death of Nicholas Kurbova (excerpt from the novel). . . 3
Marietta Shahinian. Change. True story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
A. Chapygin. Csömör. Story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 text
Vsevolod Ivanov. Blue Sands. Roman (continued). . . . . . . . . 58
N. Aseeva, S. Kolbaseva, E. Polonskaya, Valentine Parnaha,
A. Shiryaevets, Peter Oreshina, P. Nesnamof, Sergei Klychkov,
G. Sannikova (verses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Alexei Tolstoy. Aelita. Roman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104

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Maisky. Democratic counter-revolution (continued). . . . . . 150 text
P.N. Durnovo. Note Durnovo with an introductory article
Mich.. Pavlovich. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178

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L.I. Axelrod (Orthodox). Lectures on historical materialism.
I. Can there be historical laws. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
N. Sretenskii. Ludwig Feuerbach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
V. Molotov. In the sixth year. (By the results and prospects
party work). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237

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A. Nemilov. Progress in the biology of owls. Russia. . . . . . . . . . . . 258

IN SOVIET RUSSIA.

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