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Basil Lvov
Institution: CUNY Graduate Center
Program: Comparative Literature
Areas of Concentration: literary theory and criticism; genres of literary theory and criticism; Russian Formalism; Mikhail Bakhtin and his circle; theories of genre; theories of literary history; humor
Languages and Literatures: English, Russian, French, Italian
Country of origin: Russia
Publications: Brodsky, Joseph. “For School-Age Children.” Inventory (5) 2015 (forthcoming). Trans. Basil Lvov.

Publications in the Medi@lmanac academic journal of Moscow State University’s School of Journalism:
“Viktor Shklovsky’s Petersburg: Magazine as a Feuilleton.” (5) 2014. 74–83.
“Andrey Bely and Boris Eikhenbaum: ‘Along the Lines of Journal Criticism’” (6) 2013. 128–136.
“Andrey Bely and Boris Eikhenbaum: ‘Along the Lines of Journal Criticism.’” 100 Years of Russian Formalism. International Congress. Eds. Vyacheslav V. Invanov et al. Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2013. 175–176.
“By the Way of Dispute.” [An article on Viktor Shklovsky and the Russia avant-garde.] Voprosy Literatury (2) 2012. 9–29. [Problems of Literature is one of the leading Russian literary journals].

Publications in the Journalism and the Culture of Russian Speech academic journal of Moscow State University’s School of Journalism:
“Automatized Estrangement: A Critical Essay.” (1) 2013. 58–65.
“Canon Formation in its Relation to Strangeness: Russian Formalism and Harold Bloom” (2) 2012. 86–103.
“Estrangement in Prose and Creative Journalism” (3) 2011. 47–53.
“A Valediction Forbidding Mourning: In Memory of Svetlana Svetana-Tolstaya” (4) 2010. 4–8.
“Poetry of John Donne and Joseph Brodsky.” (4) 2009. 27–38.
“The Concept of Estrangement in the Works of Viktor Shklovsky” (2) 2009. 22–32.
“Hyperinflation of the Word.” (3) 2008. 34–40. [An article on the language of Soviet
newspapers of Stalin’s era.]
 “A Conceptual Analysis of the Notion of Patriotism in the Essays of Leo
Tolstoy.” (3) 2007. 24–32.