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The subject index / Zavety (Behests), journal, 1912-1914

Zavety (Behests), journal, 1912-1914

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ZAVETY (Behests), a monthly literary and political journal, published from April 1912 to August 1914 (with a total of 28 issues released). It was founded on the initiative of the Social-Revolutionary Party leader V. М. Chernov (subsequently becoming its ideological leader), with А. I. Ivanchin-Pisarev (publisher), S. D. Mstislavsky (real name S. D. Maslovsky) and S. P. Postnikov as the journal's effective editors. The editorial bureau was situated at 11 Kosoy (presently Oruzheynika Fedorov) Lane. R. V. Ivanov-Razumnik headed the Literature and Society section. The fiction section published works of А. А. Blok, I. А. Bunin, Е. I. Zamyatin, N. А. Klyuev, А. М. Remizov, М. М. Prishvin, А. N. Tolstoy, I. Volny, Y. K. Baltrushaytis, F. Sologub et al. In the eyes of the authorities and the public Zavety represented the Social-Revolutionary Party. The journal was continuously harassed by the censor and in September 1914 suppressed by the resolution of the Petrograd Chamber of Appeals.

References: Балтрушайтис Ю. К. Письма к В. С. Миролюбову и Р. В. Иванову-Разумнику // Ежегодник Рукописного отдела Пушкинского Дома на 1977. Л., 1979; Морозов К. Н. Журнал Заветы и идейные поиски партии эсеров в годы нового революционного подъема в России (1912-1914) // Проблемы отечественной и зарубежной истории... Самара, 1991.

T. M. Dvinyatina.

Baltrusaitis Jurgis Kazimirovich
Blok G.P.
Bunin Ivan Alexeevich
Chernov Viktor Mikhailovich
Ivanchin-Pisarev Alexander Ivanovich
Ivanov-Razumnik (real name Razumnik Vasilievich Ivanov)
Klyuev Nikolay Alexeevich
Maslovsky (Mstislavsky) Sergey Dmitrievich
Postnikov Sergey Prokofievich
Prishvin Mikhail Mikhailovich
Remizov Alexey Mikhailovich
Sologub Fedor (real name Teternikov Fedor Kuzmich)
Tolstoy Alexey Nikolaevich
Volny (Volnov) Ivan Egorovich
Zamyatin Evgeny Ivanovich

Oruzheinika Fedorova St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 11

Балтрушайтис Ю.К. Письма к В.С. Миролюбову и Р.В. Иванову-Разумнику // Ежегодник Рукописного отд. Пушкинского Дома на 1977. Л., 1979

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