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Additional Resources for The Stationmaster by Aleksandr Pushkin

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Further Reading

Bloom, Harold, ed. Alexander Pushkin, Chelsea House, 1987.

Collection of modern critical approaches to Pushkin.

Brasol, Boris. The Mighty Three: Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoievsky: A Critical Trilogy, William Farquhar Payson, 1934.

Studies of Pushkin and two of his literary descendants.

Cross, S. H., and Ernest J. Simmons, eds. Centennial Essays for Pushkin, Russell & Russell, 1937.

Essays addressing various aspects of Pushkin's life and literature.

Simmons, Ernest J. Pushkin, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1937.

Authoritative biography by a noted Pushkin scholar.

Vickery, Walter N. Alexander Pushkin, Boston: Twayne, 1992.

Comprehensive book-length study of Pushkin's life and works. His brief discussion of "The Stationmaster" emphasizes Pushkin's clear, concise style.

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