Andrew Reynolds

Title: 

Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literature

Education: 

Ph.D., Oxford University, 1996

Phone: 
263-2278
Language: 

Russian

Research Interests: 

20th century Russian poetry; contemporary Russian prose; translation; critical theory.

Courses Taught: 

20th Century Russian Literature; Soviet Literature; 19th and 20th Century Russian Poetry; Mandelshtam; Critical Theory.

Selected Publications: 


BOOK:

  • Death and the Poets: Osip Mandelstam, Alexander Pushkin and the Poetics of Influence. Forthcoming from University of Wisconsin Press.


TRANSLATED AND EDITED VOLUMES:

  • Victor Erofeyev, Life with an Idiot, collection of 18 short stories, translated with an introduction and notes by Andrew Reynolds (New York: Penguin USA, 2004; London: Penguin UK, 2004).
    • Short-listed for Independent Prize for International Literature in Translation, 2005.
  • The Penguin Book of New Russian Writing, edited by Victor Erofeyev and Andrew Reynolds. Translated by Andrew Reynolds, et al (London: Penguin UK, 1995; New York: Penguin USA, 1996).
  • Victor Erofeyev, Russian Beauty, translated by Andrew Reynolds (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1992; New York: Viking USA, 1993; London: Penguin UK, 1993; New York: Penguin USA, 1994).


SELECTED ARTICLES

  • "Feathers and Suns: Joseph Brodsky's 'Dedal v Sitsilii' and the 'Fear of Replication'," Slavic and East European Journal 51, no. 3 (Fall 2007): 553-582.
    • A version of this article appears in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, ed. Thomas J. Schoenberg and Lawrence J. Trudeau, vol. 219 (Detroit: Gale, 2009), 127-143.
  • "Returning the Ticket: Joseph Brodsky's 'August' and the End of the Petersburg Text?" Slavic Review 64, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 307-332.
    • A version of this article appears in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, ed. Thomas J. Schoenberg and Lawrence J. Trudeau, vol. 219 (Detroit: Gale, 2009), 106-122.
  • "Osip Emil'evich Mandel'shtam," writer essay and bibliographical guide, in Reference Guide to Russian Literature, ed. Neil Cornwell (London: St. Martin's Press, 1998), 534-537.
  • "Viktor Erofeev," writer essay, bibliographical guide, and biographical guide, in Reference Guide to Russian Literature, ed. Neil Cornwell (London: St. Martin's Press, 1998), 285-287.
  • "Смерть автора или смерть поэта? (Интертекстуальность и стихотворении 'Куда мне даться в этом январе?..')" ["The Death of the Author or the Death of the Poet (Intertextuality in the poem 'What am I to do with myself in this January?')"], in "Отдай меня, Воронеж..." Третьи международные Мандельштамовские чтения: Сборник статей, ed. O E. Makarova, O. G. Lasunsky, G. A. Levinton, et al, (Voronezh: Izdatel'stvo Voronezhskogo universiteta, 1995), 200-214.

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Slavic Languages and Literature
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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1220 Linden Dr.
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