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Liternaturnaia gazeta

In 1830 Aleksandr Pushkin, Petr Viazemskii, Anton Delvig and other representatives of nineteenth century Russian literature founded one of the oldest literary newspapers, Literaturnaia gazeta, which was published sporadically. Maksim Gorkii re-founded the literary gazette in 1929 and since then it presents articles on literary criticism, culture, economics, sociology, ethics, and daily life; excerpts from literary works, both prose and poetry; and information for discussion and debate. The digitized archives of Literaturnaia gazeta from 1929-to present allow browsing and searching through more than 56,000 full-image pages.
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