Index
Aksakov, Ivan, 146
Aksel’rod, Pavel, 226
Alexander I: cultural life during
reign of, 29
Alexander II, 93, 143
Alexander III, 93
Almanacs, 48n17; and censorship,
28; circulation figures, 28; con-
tents of, 38–39; cost of, 50n50;
and female readership, 45; fe-
male subscribers to, 35–37,
50n51; history of, 29; subscrip-
tion rates and lists, 28, 35
Alovert, Nikolai Pavlovich, 98; bi-
ography of 108; and breaking
Goppe monopoly of women’s
magazines, 108; and Vestnik
mody, 108–11
Amfiteatrov, Aleksandr, 235
Balkan crisis, 143–44
Bashkirtseva, Mariia, 190n30
Belinskii, Vissarion, 59
Bestuzhev courses, 169, 170,
188n9, 189n16
Bez zaglaviia. See Kuskova,
Ekaterina Dmitrievna
Biblioteka dlia chteniia, 27, 29, 36
Boguslavskaia, Mariia, 104–5
Bolsheviks: and Rabotnitsa, 183;
and women’s rights, 175
Britain: relations with Russia, 145–
48
Bulgaria: 1876 revolt in, 156
Bulgarin, Faddei, 30, 32
Catherine II, 11, 24n30, 55
Censorship, 72n58, 77, 101, 103,
104, 117n45, 132, 134, 135,
141, 225; administration, 76, 96,
105, 108, 109; and almanacs,
28; appeal by Adel’ Goppe, 109–
10; changing periodicals name
to avoid, 245n57; collapse of
after October Manifesto, 228,
243n38; history of 10; post-
publication penalties, 151; pro-
cedure for establishing a periodi-
cal, 96; revision of laws, 141,
229; and Temporary Press Laws
of 1882, 95; and women, 11
Chekhova, Mariia: family back-
ground and education of, 169–
70; and feminism, 176; and
League of Women’s Equality,
182; marriage of, 170–71, 182;
and October Revolution, 185;
and Pokrovskaia, 181; and Soiuz
Zhenshchin, 179, 182–83; and
Women’s Equal Rights Union,
179; and women’s rights, 180;
work in education, 171
Circulating Libraries, 50n46
Club of the Women’s Progressive
Party in St. Petersburg, 179, 204
Congress of Berlin, 154
Constitutional Democrats, xi, 174–
75, 229
Court of Honor, 158
Crimean War, 144; impact on fash-
ion in Russia, 83–86
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