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by Wendy Rosslyn

Author: Wendy Rosslyn
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr; First Edition edition (September 1, 1997)
Pages: 360 pages
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Wendy Rosslyn, a graduate of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, was appointed to an assistant lectureship at the University of Nottingham in 1971, to teach 18th-century Russian literature in place of Gerry Smith.

Anna Petrovna Bunina (Russian: А́нна Петро́вна Бу́нина, IPA: (listen); January 18, 1774 – December 16, 1829) was a Russian poet. She was the first female Russian writer to make a living solely from literary work. She is a relative of Nobel Prize winner Ivan Bunin. Anna was born in the village of Urusovo in Ryazan Governorate (present day Lipetsk Oblast). Her mother died in childbirth. She was raised by various relatives, and received only a rudimentary education.

Alessandra Tosi is a Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge.

Personal Name: Bunina, Anna, 1774-1829 Biography.

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Anna Petrovna Bunina (Russian: А́нна Петро́вна Бу́нина, IPA: [ˈannə .

Anna Petrovna Bunina (Russian: А́нна Петро́вна Бу́нина, IPA: ( listen ); January 18, 1774 – December 16, 1829) was a Russian poet. The Free Society of Lovers of Literature, Science, and the Arts was a Russian literary and political society active in the early 19th Century. Concerned with women's issues and their ability to support themselves, after her husband was banished from Saint Petersburg, Engelhardt became involved in the women's movement and helped establish the Bestuzhev Courses for women's higher education, as well as co-founding the Women's Institute of Medicine.

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This is one of the first studies of Bunina's poems and life, using archives and contemporary periodicals. It describes the cultural expectations which she challenged, her unconventional lyric persona, her strategic choices of poetic language and genre, the reception of her work, and her success in living by the pen. It aims to illuminate the pre-history of feminism and the feminine literary tradition in Russia through the writings of one of the most gifted early women writers.