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Русский: История русской литературы XIX века. т.2.ч.2/ ред. Д. Н. Овсянико-Куликовский, А. Е. Грузинский, П. Н. Сакулин. - М. : Издание Т-ва "Мир", 1910. Фундаментальный труд по истории русской литературы, в котором приняли участие крупнейшие историки и филологи начала ХХ века. Часть 2 тома 2 посвящена анализу литературно-художественного творчества и критики сороковых—пятидесятых годов XIX века.
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Author Ред. Д. Н. Овсянико-Куликовский, А. Е. Грузинский, П. Н. Сакулин.

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