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The scholarly documents in the table below can be listed alphabetically by author of text, author of introduction, or by date. To sort, click on the column heading.

Title Author of text Author of Introductionsort descending Date Category
French in the education of the nobility: Mikhail Shcherbatov’s letters to his son Dmitrii
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Shcherbatov, Mikhail Derek Offord and Vladislav Rjéoutski 1775 to 1776 Education: teaching and learning French
Family correspondence in the Russian nobility: a letter of 1847 from Valerii Levashov to his cousin, Ivan D. Iakushkin
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Levashov, Valerii Derek Offord and Vladislav Rjéoutski 1844 to 1847 Personal correspondence
Family correspondence in the Russian nobility: letters from Georges and Alexandre Meyendorff to their mother (1815-18)
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Meyendorff, Georges and Alexandre Derek Offord and Vladislav Rjéoutski 1815 to 1818 Personal correspondence
Xenophobia in French: Count Andrei Rostopchin’s reflections in the catalogue of his library
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Rostopchin, Andrei Derek Offord and Vladislav Rjéoutski 1861 Historical and political reflections
French in the nineteenth-century Russian salon: Fiodor Rostopchin’s ‘memoirs’
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Rostopchin, Fiodor Derek Offord and Vladislav Rjéoutski 1823 Ego-writing: diaries and memoirs
Noble sociability in French: romances in Princess Natalia Kurakina’s album
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Kurakina, Natalia Gesine Argent 1800 to 1810 Social life
Ego-writing in French: the diary of Anastasiia Iakushkina
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Iakushkina, Anastasiia Gesine Argent and Derek Offord 1827 Ego-writing: diaries and memoirs
French in Russian diplomacy: Antiokh Kantemir’s address to King George II and his diplomatic and other correspondence
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Kantemir, Antiokh Vladislav Rjéoutski and Derek Offord 1732 Diplomatic correspondence
Teaching and learning French in the early eighteenth century: Ivan Shcherbatov’s letters to his French teacher
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Shcherbatov, Ivan Vladislav Rjéoutski and Derek Offord 1717 Education: teaching and learning French
French in public education in eighteenth-century Russia: the case of the Cadet Corps
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various Vladislav Rjéoutski and Derek Offord 1735 to 1781 Education: teaching and learning French
Translation and propaganda in the mid-eighteenth century: French versions of Sumarokov’s tragedy Sinav and Truvor
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Sumarokov, Aleksandr and Dolgoruky, Aleksandr Vladislav Rjéoutski and Derek Offord 1750 Translation
Foreign languages and noble sociability: documents from Russian Masonic lodges
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various Vladislav Rjéoutski and Derek Offord 1782 to 1818 Social life

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