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What is FEB-web?

"FEB-web" is short for The Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and Folklore, a project instituted in 1995 by the Gorky Institute of World Literature and the Informregistr Center at the Russian Ministry for Communications, and online since July 2002. FEB-web is, first and foremost, a repository of Russian verbal art and the scholarly and other texts vital to understanding it. FEB-web makes the canon of Russian verbal art available free of charge to anyone with internet access. FEB-web is also a unique analytical tool with functional capabilities that allow researchers to approach Russian verbal art in a fundamentally new way. In assembling its collections, FEB-web sustains an unprecedented level of bibliographical and textological precision these are texts the most demanding researchers can trust. The key concept that makes all this possible is The FEB-web Digital Scholarly Edition (DSE). Each DSE combines an exhaustive collection of primary texts with all the essential secondary literature and bibliographical works you need to do research on a given author, genre, or work (e.g. Pushkin, byliny, or The Lay of Igor's Campaign ).

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                Ch'ia ten' parit pod potolkom
                       Nad nashimi glavami?
                Za nei, pred nei... o, strakh! - krugom
                       Poety so stikhami!
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02/27/2007:
1. Publication of the fundamental academic edition "Istoriia russkoi literatury: V 10 t." ["A History of Russian literature in Ten Vols."] (Moscow and Leningrad: Izd-vo AN SSSR, 19411956) has begun in the History of Russian Literature DSE. The following volumes, totalling approximately 1,400 pages, have already been published: "Tom pervyi: Literatura XI nachala XIII veka" ["Vol. 1: Literature of the 11th to early 13th Centuries"], "Tom vtoroi. Chast' 1: Literatura 1220-kh 1580-kh gg." ["Vol. 2, Part 1: Literature from the 1220s to 1580s"], and "Tom vtoroi. Chast' 2: Literatura 1590-kh 1690-kh gg." ["Vol. 2, Part 2: Literature from the 1590s to 1690s"].
2. "Tom vtoroi: 19171920" ["Vol. 2: 19171920"] (Moscow: IMLI RAN, 2005) of "Letopis' zhizni i tvorchestva Esenina v 5 tomakh" ["A Chronicle of the Life and Work of Yesenin, in Five Volumes"], with approximately 800 pages and 350 illustrations, has been published in the Yesenin DSE.
3. "Slovar' literaturnykh tipov. Tipy Pushkina" ["A Dictionary of Literary Types: The Types of Pushkin"] (St. Petersburg: Izd-vo "Slo. lit. tipov", 1912), with more than 250 pages, has been published in the Pushkin DSE.
4. "Literaturnye tipy Lermontova" ["The Literary Types of Lermontov"] (St. Petersburg: Knigoizd-vo "Vskhody", [1908]), with around 120 pages, has been published in the Lermontov DSE.
(Please note: These items are currently available only at the Russian-language version of FEB-web.)
01/31/2007:
1. A new DSE on Periodicals has been opened in the Dictionaries and Encyclopedias section of FEB-web. This DSE is the first digital union catalog of Russian (pre-Revolutionary) periodical printing over the first 200 years of its existence in Russia (17031917).
2. The following publications, totalling approximately 1,700 pages, have been published in the Sholokhov DSE: "Mikhail Sholokhov: Letopis' zhizni i tvorchestva" ["A Chronicle of the Life and Work of Mikhail Sholokhov"] (Moscow: Galeriia, 2005); the bibliographic aid "Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov" ["Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov"] (Moscow: Kniga, 1969); "M. A. Sholokhov: Biobibliograficheskii ukazatel' proizvedenii pisatelia i literatury o zhizni i tvorchestve" ["Mikhail Sholokhov: A Biobibliographic Index of the Works of the Writer and Literature on His Life and Work"] (Moscow: IMLI RAN, 2005).
3. To answer users' questions, the editors of FEB-web would like to remind readers of the site's principles for presenting texts.
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This project is funded in part by The Russian Foundation for Humanities Scholarship and The Russian Foundation for Basic Research.

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