SEEJ

AcronymDefinition
SEEJSlavic and East European Journal
SEEJStudents for Environmental and Economic Justice (Columbia University)
SEEJSociety of Environmental Engineers Journal
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(8) See our article "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," SEEJ, IX (1965), 181-190.
(1) This article is reprinted here with the kind permission of the editors of The Slavic and East European Journal, where it first appeared in SEEJ 9, 2 (1965): 181-190.
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On the novel as displaced autobiography, see Irina Reyfman, "Poetic Justice and Injustice: Autobiographical Echoes in Pushkin's 'Captain's Daughter,'" SEEJ 38:3 (1994): 463-78; and esp.
See also our "Zukovskij's First Translation of Gray's Elegy," SEEJ, 10 (1966): 167-72; "Zukovskij's Translation of Oliver Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village,'" Germano-Slavica, I (1973): 19-28; and "Zukovskij's Translation of Byron's 'The Prisoner of Chillon,'" SEEJ, 17 (1973): 390-8.
Having said all this, however, what Tom did behind the scenes to help the profession mature may be his greatest contribution: his tireless work as the first and most important editor of SEEJ, his prompt and copious responses to anyone needing his advice on Pushkin and other matters, his training of a generation of scholars.
(6) See our articles "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," SEEJ. 9 (1965), 181-90; "Zukovskij's First Translation of Gray's Elegy." SEEJ, 10 (1966), 167-72; and "Zukovskij's Translation of Oliver Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village,'" Germano-Slavica, 1 (1973), 19-28.
Vickery, "Anna Petrovna Kern: Let Us Be More Gallant," SEEJ 12:3 (1968): 311-22; J.
(12) See our articles "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," Slavic and East European Journal, 9 (1965), 181-190; "Zukovskij's First Translation of Gray's Elegy," SEEJ, 10 (1966), 167-172; "Zukovskij's Translation of Oliver Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village,'" Germano-Slavica, I (1973), 19-28; "Zukovskij's Translation of The Prisoner of Chillon," SEEJ, 17 (1973), 390-398; and "Zukovskij and Southey's Ballads: The Translator as Rival," The Wordsworth Circle, 5 (1974), 76-88.