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Vremya (The Time), journal


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VREMYA (The Time), a monthly literary and political journal, was published by М. М. and F. М. Dostoevsky in 1861-63, and printed in E. Prats' printing house. The editorial office was housed in M.M. Dostoevsky's apartment at Malaya Meshchanskaya Street (now 1 Kaznacheyskaya Street). Fedor Dostoevsky acted as editor. N.N. Strakhov and А. А. Grigoryev were the journal's major staff writers, and V. V. Krestovsky, А. N. Maykov, Y. P. Polonsky, in 1861 - N. А. Nekrasov, М. Е. Saltykov-Shchedrin, N. G. Pomyalovsky (later resigned) contributed to it. The journal consistently advocated neo-Slavophile ideas of pochvennichestvo (the return to the soil), engaged itself in a heated polemic with publicists of Sovremennik and Russkoe slovo journals. Dostoevsky published in the Vremya his novel The Insulted and Humiliated; The House of the Dead and other works. The journal was suppressed for the publication of Strakhov's article The Fatal Question, where the authorities discerned sympathy with the Polish Insurrection of 1863-64. From 1864 the Epokha substituted Vremya.

Reference: Нечаева В. С. Журнал М. М. и Ф. М. Достоевских Время, 1861-1863. М., 1973.

A. B. Muratov.

Persons
Dostoevsky Fedor Mikhailovich
Dostoevsky Mikhail Mikhailovich
Grigoryev Apollon Alexandrovich
Krestovsky Vsevolod Vladimirovich
Maykov Apollon Nikolaevich
Nekrasov Nikolay Alexeevich
Polonsky Yakov Petrovich
Pomyalovsky Nikolay Gerasimovich
Prats E.
Saltykov-Shchedrin (real name Saltykov) Mikhail Evgrafovich
Strakhov Nikolay Nikolaevich

Addresses
Kaznacheiskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 1

Bibliographies
Нечаева В. С. Журнал М. М. и Ф. М. Достоевских "Время", 1861-1863. М., 1972

The subject Index
Sovremennik (Contemporary), journal
Russkoe slovo (The Russian Word), journal, 1859-1866
Epokha (The Epoch), journal

Chronograph
1861


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