Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to Russian literature. Includes papers of Nikolaǐ
Narokov, Russian writer and father of Nikolaǐ Morshen.
Nikolai Nikolaevich Marchenko, a Russian émigré writer best known under the pen name Nikolai Morshen, taught Russian at the
Defense Language Institute in Monterey and wrote poetry in his spare time. His father, Nikolai Vladimirovich Marchenko, pen
name Nikolai Narokov, is known for two novels: Mogu! and Mnimye velichiny, translated into English as The Chains of Fear (Chicago: Regnery, 1958).
6 manuscript boxes
2.5 linear feet
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