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About the Kuzmin Collection

The Kuzmin Collection presents a set of works by the Russian writer and composer Mikhail Kuzmin, together with translations, related materials, and critical commentary.

The purpose of the Kuzmin Collection project is to preserve and present the complete works of Russian poet, novelist, playwright, composer and critic Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin (1872-1936), both in Russian and in English translation, in permanent electronic form; to provide bibliographic access to international Kuzmin scholarship; and to develop institutional mechanisms to ensure continuing investigation, translation, and propagation of Kuzmin's work.

John Barnstead of the Department of Russian Studies, Dalhousie University, author of numerous Kuzmin translations and essays, has developed this project with the co-operation and encouragement of the Dalhousie Electronic Text Centre. It has drawn on the invaluable volunteer resources of Canada World Youth, an organization which has brought together young people from Canada and the Russian Federation for information technology internships with the Electronic Text Centre.

The project acknowledges with gratitude the grant support for optical character recognition software received from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

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Unless otherwise noted, all translations and commentaries on this website are by John Barnstead.

Copyright © 1999-2002 by John Barnstead

To cite these documents:
The Kuzmin Collection. Editor and translator John Barnstead. 14 January 1999. Dalhousie University Electronic Text Centre.
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