Russkaya Beseda

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Russkaya Beseda
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First edition title page
Editor Aleksander Koshelev
Ivan Aksakov
Frequency Monthly
First issue 1856
Final issue 1860
Based in Moscow, Russian Empire
Language Russian

Russkaya Beseda (Russian: Ру′сская бесе′да, English: The Russian Colloquy) was a Russian literary magazine founded in Moscow, Russian Empire, in 1856 by Alexander Koshelev who remained its editor-in-chief until 1858, when Ivan Aksakov joined in as co-editor. The magazine belonged to the Slavophile movement; most prominent in it were the Literature, Science and Criticism sections. Selskoye Blagoustroistvo; (Agrarian landscaping) in 1858–1859 was added as a supplement. Among the authors who regularly contributed to Russkaya Beseda, were Sergei Aksakov, Vladimir Dal, Aleksey K. Tolstoy, Alexander Ostrovsky, Aleksey Khomyakov, Fyodor Tyutchev, Ivan Nikitin, Taras Shevchenko.[1]

References

  1. "Russkaya Beseda". www.hrono.ru. Retrieved 2011-10-10.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>