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V[ALENTIN]. N[IKOLAEVICH]. VOLOSINOV (1895 - 1936)

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    • "Čto takoe jazyk?"  Literaturnaja učeba 2 (1930): .

      • "Literary Stylistics 1: What is Language?"  Trans. Noel Owen.  Bakhtin School Papers: Russian Poetics in TranslationEd. A. Shukman.  Somerton: Old School House, 1983.  93-113.

    • "Konstrukcija vyskazyvanija."  Literaturnaja učeba 3 (1930): 65-87.

      • "Literary Stylistics 2: the Construction of the Utterance."  Trans. Noel Owen.  Bakhtin School Papers: Russian Poetics in TranslationEd. A. Shukman.  Somerton: Old School House, 1983.  114-138.

    • "Slovo i ego social'naja funkcija."  Literaturnaja učeba 5 (1930): 43-59.

      • "Literary Stylistics 3: the Word and its Social Function."  Trans. Noel Owen.  Bakhtin School Papers: Russian Poetics in TranslationEd. A. Shukman.  Somerton: Old School House, 1983.  139-152.

    • Marksizm i filosofija jazyka: Osnovnye problemy sociologičeskogo metoda v nauke o jazyke.  Leningrad : Priboj, 1929.

      • Marxism and the Philosophy of Language.  Trans. Ladislav Matejka and I. R. Titunik.  New York: Seminar, 1973.  Rpt. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1986.

        • "From Marxism and the Philosophy of Language."  The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  121-1227.

        • "Multiaccentuality and the Sign."  Routledge Language and Cultural Theory Reader.  Ed. Lucy Burke, Tony Crowley, and Alan Girvin.  London: Routledge, 2000.  39-47.

        • "Marxism and the Philosophy of Language."  Literary Theory: an Anthology.  Ed. Julie Rivkin and Michael Ryan.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.  278-281.

        • "Toward a Marxist Philosophy of Language."  The Communication Theory Reader.  Ed. Paul Cobley.  London: Routledge, 1997.  70-87.

        • "Concerning the Relationship of the Basis and Superstructures."  Marxist Literary Theory.  Ed. Terry Eagleton and Drew Milne.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1996.  60-68.

        • "'Language, Speech and Utterance' and 'Verbal Interaction.'"  Bakhtinian Thought: an Introductory Reader.  Ed. Simon Dentith.  London: Routledge, 1995.  107-143.

        • "Critique of Saussurian Linguistics."  The Bakhtin Reader.  Ed. Pam Morris.  London: Edward Arnold, 1994.  25-37.

        • "Language as Dialogic Interaction."  The Bakhtin Reader.  Ed. Pam Morris.  London: Edward Arnold, 1994.  48-61.

        • "Reported Speech as Index of Social Change."  The Bakhtin Reader.  Ed. Pam Morris.  London: Edward Arnold, 1994.  61-73.

        • "Reported Speech."  Readings in Russian Poetics: Formalist and Structuralist Views.  Ed. Ladislav Matejka and Krystyna Pomorska.  Intro. by Gerald L. Bruns.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1962.  149-175.

    • "Novejšie tečenija lingvističeskoj mysli na Zapade."  Literatura i marksizm 5 (1928): 115-149.

      • "The Latest Trends in Linguistic Thought in the West."  Trans. Noel Owen.  Bakhtin School Papers. Russian Poetics in TranslationEd. A. Shukman.  Somerton: Old School House, 1983.  31-49.

    • Freidizm.  1927.

      • Freudianism: a Marxist Critique.  Trans. I. R. Titunik.  Ed. I. R. Titunik and Neal H. Bruss.  New York: Academic, 1976.  Repub. as Freudianism: a Critical Sketch. Indianapolis: Indiana UP, 1987.

        • "Critique of Freudianism."  The Bakhtin Reader.  Ed. Pam Morris.  London: Edward Arnold, 1994.  38-48.

    • "Slovo v zhizni i slovo v poezii: k voprosam sotsiologicheskoi poetiki."  Zvesda 6 (1926): 244-267.

      • "Constructing a Sociological Poetics."  The Bakhtin Reader.  Ed. Pam Morris.  London: Edward Arnold, 1994.  160-174.

      • "Discourse in Life and Discourse in Art (Concerning Sociological Poetics)."  Trans. I. R. Titunik.  Freudianism: a Marxist Critique.  Ed. I. R. Titunik and Neal H. Bruss.  New York: Academic, 1976.  Rev. Ed.  Freudianism: a Critical Sketch.  Indianapolis: Indiana UP, 1987.  93-116.

      • "Discourse in Life and Discourse in Poetry : Questions of Sociological Poetics."  Trans. John Richmond.  Bakhtin School Papers: Russian Poetics in TranslationEd. A. Shukman.  Somerton: Old School House, 1983.  5-30.

    • "Po tu storonu sotsial´nogo."  1925.  

      • "Just Beyond the Social." 

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    • Cohen, Thomas.  "'Well!': Voloshinov's Double-Talk."  SubStance 21.2 (1992): 91-101.

    • Dentith, Simon.  "Volosinov and Bakhtin on Language."  Bakhtinian Thought: an Introductory Reader.  London: Routledge, 1994.  22-40.

    • Emerson, Caryl.  "The Outer Word and Inner Speech: Bakkhtin, Vygotsky, and the Internalisation of Language."  Bakhtin: Essays and Dialogues on His Work.  Ed. Gary Saul Morson.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1986.  21-40.

    • Harland, Richard.  "Bakhtin and his Circle (also Voloshinov, Medvedev)."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.  157-165.

    • Jameson, Frederic.  "Review of V. Voloshinov, Marxism and the Philosophy of Language."  Style 8 (1974): 535-543.

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Given the confusion over the attribution of works by Volosinov and Medvedev to Bakhtin, see also the sources listed on the Bakhtin Page.

 

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