Журнал Московского Университета "Вестник Европы" (1805-1830 гг.): Разночинцы в эпоху дворянской культуры
The book analyzes in detail the "Messenger of Europe", which was in the 1800s-early 1810s the largest and most influential periodical in Russia, in which many later canonical forms of journalism were established for the first time. The magazine's position reflected the worldview of the raznochintsy-enlighteners, which explains the magazine's constant polemics with the most significant and influential figures of contemporary Russian literature, that had a distinctly elitist character. The magazine reveals the origins of the aesthetic tradition, which was partly perceived later by leftist literary critics. The work also contains a number of factual clarifications (attributions, demonstration of some new documents).