Natalia Gogolitsyna

Natalia Gogolitsyna was educated at the Herzen Institute in St. Petersburg and teaches translation and Russian at the University of Bristol, UK. Her scholarly interests were in the field of lexis and phraseology, with particular emphasis on non-equivalence. She was co-author, with Derek Offord, of the second, augmented edition of Using Russian: A Guide to Contemporary Usage, Cambridge University Press, and of 93 Untranslatable Russian Words, by Russian Life Books. She passed away in 2018.

Stories

Leonid Gayday (March/April 2018)
On Celebrating the New Year (January/February 2018)
Verbs of Motion (November/December 2017)
Four Wishes (September/October 2017)
Good and Bad (July/August 2017)
I Do Not Love (May/June 2017)
Russian Names (March/April 2017)
Maslenitsa (January/February 2017)
Three Bears (November/December 2016)
Russian Riddles (September/October 2016)
Samovar! (July/August 2016)
At the Dacha (May/June 2016)
Lost and Found in Translation (March/April 2016)
The Tale of a Fisherman and a Little Fish (January/February 2016)

Translations

The Private Life of Alexander Pushkin (31: Okudzhava Bilingual)

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