Novyi mir
Novy Mir (Russian: Но́вый Ми́р, IPA: [ˈnovɨj ˈmʲir], New World) is a Russian language literary magazine that has been published in Moscow since January 1925. It was supposed to be modelled on the popular pre-Soviet literary magazine Mir Bozhy ("God's World"), which was published from 1892 to 1906, and its follow-up, Sovremenny Mir ("Contemporary World"), which was published from 1906 to 1917. It mainly published prose that approved of the general line of the Communist Party, though a small controversy occurred in 1945, when Novy Mir published an essay by Aleksandr Bek that mentioned six different slang terms for "perineum".
In the early 1960s, Novy Mir changed its political stance, leaning to a dissident position. In November 1962 the magazine became famous for publishing Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's groundbreaking One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, a novella about a prisoner of the Gulag. The magazine kept publishing controversial articles and stories about various aspects of Soviet and Russian history until its editor-in-chief, Alexander Tvardovsky, was forced to resign in February 1970. With the appointment of Sergey Zalygin in 1986, at the beginning of the perestroika period, the magazine practised increasingly bold criticism of the Soviet regime. It also published fiction and poetry by previously banned writers, such as George Orwell, Joseph Brodsky and Vladimir Nabokov.

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Oct 1, 2012 ... literary journal Novyi mir from the late 1940s to the late 1960s. I discuss in ... Specifically, my evidence comes from 2,415 letters that Novyi mir.
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The Readers of Novyi Mir — Denis Kozlov | Harvard University Press
In the 'Thaw' following Stalin's death, probing conversations about the nation's violent past took place in the literary journal Novyi mir (New World). Readers' ...
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Novy Mir (Soviet magazine) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
(Russian: “New World”), literary journal, a highly influential monthly published in Moscow. Founded in 1925, it was an official organ of the Writers' Union of the ...
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Solzhenitsyn, Tvardovsky, and Novy Mir | The MIT Press
Now we have a powerful rebuttal,written originally in samizdat by Novy Mir' sdeputy editor-literary critic who witnessedthe tense events Solzhenitsyn relates in ...
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Novy Mir. A. Selection 1925-1967 by Michael Glenny - Jstor
TVARDOVSKY'S Novyi mir-like Voronsky's Krasnaya nov' in the I92os-was ... Under Tvardovsky's editorship (1953-54 and I958-69) Novyi mir used to be.
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The Readers of Novyi Mir: coming to terms with the Stalinist past
The Readers of Novyi Mir: coming to terms with the Stalinist past
Denis Kozlov, 2013
Thus, the available statistics cannot fully measure the readership for Novyi mir— nor, for that matter, for any other literary journal or text. The obverse of the economy of shortages was that the actual readership for any publication of broad  ...
Speech Genres and Other Late Essays
Speech Genres and Other Late Essays
M. M. Bakhtin, Michael Holquist, Caryl Emerson, 1986
Mir. Editorial. Staff. The editorial staff of Novy Mir has asked me how I would evaluate the current state of literary scholarship. Of course, it is difficult to answer this question categorically or with much assurance. When evaluating our own times, ...
The Dilemmas of Destalinisation
The Dilemmas of Destalinisation
Polly Jones, 2005
For evidence of the ageing of Novyi mir's active audience in the 1960s, see Kozlov, 'The Readers of Novyi mir'. V. Dudintsev, Ne khlebom edinym, Moscow: Khudozhestvennaia literatura, 1968; idem, Moscow: Sovremennik 1979; idem, ...
Rulers and Victims: The Russians in the Soviet Union
Rulers and Victims: The Russians in the Soviet Union
Geoffrey A. Hosking, 2006
In one article Novyi mir editor Aleksandr Demeniev accused Chalmaev of speaking the language of "Slavophile messianism," of admiring not Russia's revolutionary traditions but, on the contrary, the conservative, patriarchal, and mystical ones ...
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