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"It is Sad that Lackeys Have Power..." (Unknown Letters from the Archive of B.V. Tomashevsky)
The article is devoted to the epistolary heritage of the legendary philologist of the XX century — Professor Boris Viktorovich Tomashevsky (1890—1957) and his relations with the leading scientists in the context of historical, literary, linguistic and ideological polemics mainly of the 1930s and 1950s. The paper emphasizes the contribution of the scientist to the development of world science in the era of cultural upheavals. Special attention is paid to the publications of unknown epistles todoi:10.24224/2227-1295-2021-8-57-72 fatcat:yirypgzyojg5jkdvebivplxw6e