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Jane Eyre in Russian (chronological order)

April 1849, summary with translated excerpts:

Anon
1849 “Литературные новости в Англии: Дженни Иръ: Автобиография [Literary news in England: Jane Eyre: Autobiography].” Библиотека для чтения [Library for reading] 94 (2), Seg. 71: 151–172.Google Scholar

May 1849, first translation by Irinarkh Vvedenskii (5 parts):

Vvedenskii, Irinarkh
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1850, second summary:

Anon
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1852, third summary with translated excerpts:

Druzhinin, Aleksandr
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1857, translation by Sof’ia Ivanovna Koshlakova, from “Jane Eyre. Mémoires d’une gouvernante, Imité par Old-Nick [Jane Eyre: Memoirs of a governess, imitated by Old-Nick],” pseudonym of Paul-Émile Daurand-Forgues. Brussels: Meline, Cans et compagnie, 1849:

Koshlakova, Sof’ia Ivanovna
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1893, translation by V. D. Vladimirov (pseudonym of Vladimir Dmitrievich Vol’fson):

Vladimirov, V. D.
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1889, translation of the German play Die Waise aus Lowood by Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer (1853):

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1901, abridged for a youth audience:

Anon
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1950, canonical Soviet translation by Vera Stanevich:

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1990, Vera Stanevich’s translation with censored passages restored:

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