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Листок из частного архива (К истории журнала Жупел’)

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AbstractThis essay details the production history of Zhupel (Bugbear)—a journal of artistic satire published in St. Petersburg in the winter of 1905-1906 by several key artists of the World of Art collective. A starting point of this inquiry is a note casually composed by one of the journal’s contributors, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, to record various titles suggested for the journal at a World of Art gathering. The article reconstructs the origins of Zhupel and gauges the journal’s reception by the public and the official establishment, the nature and extent of the oppositional sentiment of various members of the World of Art (and their affiliates), as well as the artists’ involvement in the events of the period and in the business of publishing satirical journals. Also discussed are various literary-artistic alliances between the modernists of the World of Art and the realist writers of Maxim Gorky’s Znanie (Knowledge) cooperative that informed the verbal and visual content of the journal.


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