Tolstoy Series

1. Sergej Tolstoy and the Doukhobors: A Journey to Canada. Edited and with an introduction by Andrew Donskov; compiled by T.G. Nikiforova; diary and letters translated from the Russian by John Woodsworth. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 1998.

2. L.N. Tolstoj i F.A. Zheltov: PerepiskaL.N. Tolstoy & F.A. Zheltov: Correspondence. Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Donskov; correspondence compiled by L.V. Gladkova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 1999. x + 155 pp.

3. L.N. Tolstoj i S.A. Tolstaja: Perepiska s N.N. Strakhovym / The Tolstoys’ correspondence with N.N. Strakhov. Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Donskov; correspondence compiled by L.D. Gromova and T.G. Nikiforova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2000. xii + 308 pp.

4. Novye materialy o L.N. Tolstom: iz arkhiva N.N. Guseva / New materials on Tolstoy from the Gusev archive. Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Donskov; correspondence compiled by L.D. Gromova and Z.N. Ivanova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2002. xii + 282 pp.

5. Edinenie ljudej v tvorchestve L.N. Tolstogo / The Unity of people in Leo Tolstoy’s works. By A.A. Donskov, G.Ja. Galagan and L.D. Gromova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2002. ix + 299 pp.

6. L.N. Tolstoj — N.N. Strakhov: Polnoe sobranie perepiski / Leo Tolstoy & Nikolaj Strakhov: Complete correspondence (Volume 1). Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Donskov; correspondence compiled by L.D. Gromova and T.N. Nikiforova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2003. lxiv + 488 pp.

7. L.N. Tolstoj — N.N. Strakhov: Polnoe sobranie perepiski / Leo Tolstoy & Nikolaj Strakhov: Complete correspondence (Volume 2). Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Donskov; correspondence compiled by L.D. Gromova and T.N. Nikiforova. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2003. lxii + 488 pp.

8. Leo Tolstoy and Russian peasant sectarian writers: Selected correspondence. By Andrew Donskov; correspondence translated by John Woodsworth. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa, 2008. x + 298 pp.

9. Sofia Andreeva Tolstaya: Literary works. By Andrew Donskov. Author’s text in English; Tolstaya’s works in Russian. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: State L.N. Tolstoy Museum, 2011. xvi + 527 pp.

10. V.F. Bulgakov: Kak prozhita zhizn’ (How Life Was Lived). Andrew Donskov, ed. Compiled by Andrew Donskov, Ljudmila Gladkova, John Woodsworth & Arkadi Klioutchanski. Extensive selections (in Russian) from Valentin Bulgakov’s autobiographical memoir dealing with Tolstoy. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: Moscow State Archive of Literature and Art (RGALI), 2012. 863 pp.

11. V.F. Bulgakov: V spore s Tolstym (Arguing with Tolstoy). Andrew Donskov, ed. Compiled by Andrew Donskov, Ljudmila Gladkova & Arkadi Klioutchanski. Ottawa: Slavic Research Group at the University of Ottawa and Moscow: Moscow State Archive of Literature and Art (RGALI), 2013. 384 pp.