Vladimir Korvin-Piotrovskii papers, 1899-1973.


Vladimir Korvin-Piotrovskii papers, 1899-1973.

The Papers document the literary work of twentieth-century Russian poet and writer Vladimir L'vovich Korvin-Piotrovskii and the emigre circles in which he worked in Berlin and Paris. Correspondence (Series I) dates predominantly from the 1950s and 1960s and relates to publications and literary criticism. There are also several letters to Nina Korvin-Piotrovskaia about her husband's writings and publications. Correspondents include Vernon Duke, Roman Gul', and Sofia Pregel'. Writings (Series II) include holograph drafts of many of his works and corrected and annotated printed versions. There is one audio recording of Korvin-Piotrovskii reading his poetry. Of particular interest is a scrapbook from the Berlin Poets' Club that documents membership, poetry readings, correspondence, minutes and meeting notes. Papers relating to Korvin-Piotrovskii's service in the French Resistance and imprisonment at Fort Montluc can be found in Personal Papers (Series III). The IUrii Ofrosimov Papers (Series IV) document the collaboration of Ofrosimov and Korvin-Piotrovskii on children's stories and Ofrosimov's critical articles. The Italo Griselli Correspondence (Series V) documents the communications of early twentieth-century Italian artists and architects, particularly those involved in the Futurism movement. Correspondents include Carlo Emilio Gadda, Plinio Nomellini, Giovanni Papini, and Ardengo Soffici.

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