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Библиотека А.А. Аникста (Г.П. Смоленская)

Он умер как жил: в библиотеке с книгой в руках.

А. Бартошевич

На книжной полке каждого читателя, интересующегося английской литературой, обязательно стоят книги Александра Абрамовича Аникста о Шекспире. Шекспир всегда был в центре научных и творческих интересов ученого.

В 1939 г. в 59-м номере бюллетеня для областных и городских газет выходит первая публикация А.А. Аникста о Шекспире — это всего четыре странички, посвященные 375-летию драматурга. Серию научных трудов открывает трилогия «Творчество Шекспира» (1963), «Шекспир. ЖЗЛ» (1964), «Театр эпохи Шекспира» (1965), «Шекспир. Ремесло драматурга» (1974) и «Первые издания Шекспира» (1974).

Восьмитомное собрание сочинений Шекспира, выходившее под редакцией А.А. Аникста и А.А. Смирнова в 1959—1960 гг. (Москва «Искусство») по качеству переводов, степени подготовки текста, научной оснащенности и сегодня считается лучшим классическим собранием сочинений великого драматурга. Издание сопровождается послесловием А.А. Аникста к пьесам и статьями о сценической истории шекспировской драматургии — это уникальные научные изыскания, которые обогащают собрание сочинений, делая его интересным и понятным для широкого круга читателей.

В 1974 г. Александр Абрамович был удостоен звания почетного доктора Бирмингемского университета. В 1975 г. по инициативе А.А. Аникста была образована Шекспировская комиссия при Научном совете Президиума АН СССР, которую он и возглавил. Еще раньше с 1958 г., под его редакцией начинают выходить «Шекспировские сборники», а после создания Шекспировской комиссии, с 1976 г. — «Шекспировские чтения», в каждом из последующих выпусков которых можно найти великолепные статьи Аникста.

Но мало кому известна другая, не менее важная сторона жизни историка театра, — это его редчайшая, собранная за многие годы библиотека, насчитывающая несколько тысяч томов по английской, немецкой, французской и американской литературе. Первые книги начали появляться в ней в 1930-е, еще студенческие годы Аникста. Трудно представить себе более неподходящее время в советской России для создания подобной коллекции. Почти полвека было отдано этому собранию. По крупицам, через друзей и знакомых, букинистические магазины, а позже, после присуждения звания доктора honoris caus Бирмингемского университета, получив возможность самому выписывать книги из-за границы, составлял Александр Абрамович свою библиотеку. И она стала для Аникста не просто собранием редких и ценных изданий, заботливо расставленных на полках и ласкающих взгляд любого библиофила. Она была настоящей творческой лабораторией ученого, а книги — его рабочими инструментами.

Вот лишь несколько примеров.

В 1974 г. выходит книга А.А. Аникста «Первые издания Шекспира». Создавая ее, автор ссылается на труд Алфреда Полларда «Борьба Шекспира с пиратами и проблемами искажения его текстов» (Pollard Alfred W. Shakespeare's Fight With the Pirates and the Problems of the Transmission of His Text. Cambridge: University Press, 1920) и дореволюционное издание трагедии «Гамлет», репринт первого издания формата ин-кварто с введением и комментариями к тексту У.У. Грэга: Hamlet: Tragedy. Shakespeare Quarto Facsimiles / With an Introductory Note by W.W. Greg. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. Обе книги — из собрания библиотеки.

В своих работах Аникст часто обращается к первому исследователю Шекспира Сэмюэлю Джонсону — беря с полки книгу «Джонскон о Шекспире»: Johnson on Shakespeare: Selected by Raleigh Walter. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1929.

В 1965 г. Аникст пишет «Театр Эпохи Шекспира», в работе над книгой опираясь на четырехтомник Е.К. Чамберса «Елизаветинский театр (сцена)» (Chambers E.K. The Elizabethan Stage. Oxford: University Press, 1923) и «Жизнь Уильяма Шекспира» Дж. Адамса (Adams J.Q. A life of William Shakespeare. Boston, 1923).

В собрание библиотеки входят уникальные издания шекспировских пьес и трудов о Шекспире, датируемые серединой XIX века.

В фойе библиотеки СТД (бывшей ВТО) висит фотография историков зарубежного театра А.К. Дживелегова, Г.Н. Бояджиева и А.А. Аникста, на ней рукой Александра Абрамовича надпись: «Библиотеке ВТО. Дживелегов Вам ничем не обязан. Бояджиев обязан немногим. Зато А.А. Аникст пропал бы без б-ки ВТО, вся его ученость от Вас»...

Эта шутка сопровождает читателя в путешествии по рядам книг библиотеки СТД, где продолжает свою жизнь уникальная библиотека великого ученого. Долгие годы Александр Абрамович состоял членом научного совета библиотеки Всероссийского Театрального Общества, постоянно участвуя и помогая сотрудникам в их работе.

И сегодня более двух тысяч книг из библиотеки Аникста о Шекспире, Мольере, Шоу, английской и американской литературе, хранится в фондах Центральной научной библиотеки СТД РФ, многие из которых имеют дарственные надписи авторов.

Ниже приводится далеко не полный список книг, составивших личную библиотеку одного из ведущих отечественных шекспироведов Александра Абрамовича Аникста.

Драматические произведения

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: / Piece. London: Sampson Low, Son, and Co, 1860.

Shakespeare W. As You Like It: / Piece / Ed. by Rev. Henry N. LL.D. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1895.

Shakespeare W. The Tragedy of Macbeth: / Piece / Ed. by Rev. Henry N. LL.D. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1896.

Shakespeare W. As You Like It: / Piece / Ed. by Ebenezer Charlton Black LL.D. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1908.

Shakespeare W. The Tragedy of Hamlet: / Piece / Ed. by Ebenezer Charlton Black LL.D. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1909.

Shakespeare W. Coriolanus: Tragedy / With copious notes and comments by Henry Norman Hudson, М.А., Israel Gollancz, М.А., and others. New York: Bigelow Smith & Co., 1909.

Shakespeare W. The Merchant of Venice: / Piece / Ed. with an introduction and notes, by Brainerd Kellogg, LL.D. New York: Charles E. Merrill Company, 1910.

Shakespeare W. King Richard The Third: Tragedy / With an introduction and notes by C.H. Tawney. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1922.

Shakespeare W. Much Ado About Nothing: / Piece / With an introduction and notes by K. Deigton. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1929.

Shakespeare W. The Merchant of Venice: / Piece / With an introduction and notes by K. Deigton. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1930.

Shakespeare W. Romeo And Juliet: / Piece / With an introduction and notes by K. Deigton. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1930.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: / Piece / With an introduction and notes by K. Deigton. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1932.

Shakespeare W. The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark: / Piece. London: Penguin, 1937.

Shakespeare W. King Henry The Fourth: / Piece / Revised by Marshall F. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, 1956.

Shakespeare W. A Midsummer-night's Dream: / Piece / Ed. by Wood Stanley. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, 1956.

Shakespeare W. Much Ado About Nothing: / Piece / Revised by Marshall F. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, 1956.

Shakespeare W. Richard II: / Piece / Ed. by Peter Ure. London: Methuen and Co. LTD., 1956.

Shakespeare W. The Merchant of Venice: / Piece / Ed. by Louis B. Wright. New York: Washington Square Press, Inc., 1957.

Shakespeare W. Othello, The Moor of Venice: Tragedy / Ed. by Louis B. Wright. New York: The Pocket Library, 1957.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: Tragedy / Ed. by Louis B. Wright. New York: The Pocket Library, 1958.

Shakespeare W. Richard III: / Piece / Ed. by Charles Jasper Sisson. New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1958.

Shakespeare W. Romeo And Juliet: / Piece / Ed. by Charles Jasper Sisson. New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1958.

Shakespeare W. As You Like It: / Piece / Ed. by Louis B. Wright. New York: Washington Square Press, Inc., 1959.

Shakespeare W. Cymbeline: / Piece / Ed. by J.C. Maxwell. Cambridge: The University Press, 1960.

Shakespeare W. «King Lear»: Text, Sources, Criticism / Ed. by G.B. Harrison; R.F. McDonnell. New York: Harcourt Brace & World, Inc., 1962.

Shakespeare W. The Taming of The Shrew: / Piece / Ed. by Louis B. Wright. New York: Washington Square Press, Inc., 1963.

Shakespeare W. Coriolanus: / Piece / Ed. by G.R. Hibbard. Bristol: Penguin Books, 1967.

Shakespeare W. As You Like It: / Piece / Ed. by H.J. Oliver. Bristol: Penguin Books Ltd., 1968.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: Tragedy / Ed. by Bernard Lott. London: Longman, 1972.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: / Piece / Ed. by G.K. Hunter. Bungay, Suffolk: Penguin Books, 1972.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: / Piece / Ed. by Nigel Alexander. London: Macmillan Education, 1973.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: Tragedy / Ed. by Bernard Lott. Harlow, Essex: Longman Group LTD, 1974.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: / Piece / Ed. by Philip Edwards. London: Macmillan Education LTD, 1975.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: / Piece /Ed. by J.B. Spencer. Bungay, Suffolk: Penguin, 1980.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: / Piece / Ed. by Harold Jenkins. London; New York: Methuen, 1982.

Shakespeare W. All's Well That Ends Well: / Piece / Ed. by Russell Fraser. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Shakespeare W. Antony And Cleopatra: / Piece / Ed. by M.R. Ridley. London; New York: Methuen, 1986.

Shakespeare W. King Henry The Fourth: / Piece /: Part I / Ed. by Devid Bevington. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987.

Shakespeare W. The Tempest: / Piece / Ed. by Stephen Orgel. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987.

Shakespeare W. Titus Andronicus: / Piece / Ed. by Stephen Orgel. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: Tragedy / Ed. by Philip Edwards. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Shakespeare W. All's Well That Ends Well: / Piece / Ed. by Collins A.J.F. London: University Tutorial Press LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. As You Like It: / Piece / Revised by Marshall F. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Coriolanus: / Piece / Ed. by Wood Stanley. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Hamlet: Tragedy / Shakespeare Quarto Facsimiles / With an introductory note by W.W. Greg. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, n.d.

Shakespeare W. King John: / Piece / Revised by Marshall F. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. King Henry The Fifth: / Piece / Revised by Marshall F. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: / Piece / Ed. by Tomas Page. Leeds: E.J. Arnold & Son, Ltd., n.d.

Shakespeare W. King Lear: Tragedy / Ed. and revised by Ebenezer Carlton Black. Boston: Ginn and Company LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. The Merchant of Venice: / Piece / With an introduction and notes by A.J. Spilsbury, М.A. London: George Gill & Sons, Ld., n.d.

Shakespeare W. Othello, The Moor of Venice: Tragedy / Ed. by Nora Ratcliff. London; Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Othello: Tragedy / Ed. and Revised by Ebenezer Carlton Black. Boston: Ginn and Company LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Richard II: / Piece / Ed. by Stanley Wood, М.A. London: George Gill & Sons, Ltd., n.d.

Shakespeare W. Romeo And Juliet: / Piece / Ed. with Notes by Henry N. Hadson. London: J.C. and E.C. Jack, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Romeo And Juliet: / Piece / Ed. & Revised by Ebenezer Carlton Black. London: Ginn and Company LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. Romeo And Juliet: / Piece / Ed. by Wood Stanley and Wood E.G. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Shakespeare W. The Tempest: / Piece / Ed. by Wood Stanley. London: George Gill & Sons, LTD, n.d.

Поэмы и Сонеты

The Aldus Shakespeare. Poems / With copious notes and comments by

H.N. Hudson. New York: Bigelow Smith & Co, 1909.

Shakespeare W. The Rape of Lucrece: /Poem/ Ed. by J.W. Lever. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books LTD, 1971.

Shakespeare's Sonnets / Ed. by A.L. Rowse. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1964.

Shakespeare W. Sonnets / Engravings by Vladimir Favorsky. M.: Progress Publishers, 1965.

Шекспироведение

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Aspects of Shakespeare / British Academy Lectures / By L. Abercrombie, W.W. Greg, J.D. Wilson, and others. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1933.

Bacon Delia. The Philosophy of The Plays of Shakspere Unfolded. London: Groombidge and Sons, 1857.

Bayley J. Shakespeare And Tragedy. London; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981.

Beck R.J. Shakespeare: Henry IV. London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) LTD, 1965.

Bethell S.L. Shakespeare And The Popular Dramatic Tradition. London; New York: Staples Press, 1948.

Biswas D.C. Shakespeare's Treatment of His Sources In The Comedies. Calcutta-32: Jadavpur University, 1971.

Bradbrook M.C. Elizabethan Stage Conditions. Cambridge: The University Press, 1932.

Bradbrook M.C. Shakespeare The Craftsman. London: Chatto & Win-dus, 1969.

Brooke N. Shakespeare: King Lear. London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) LTD, 1963.

Brown I. Shakespeare In His Time. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons LTD, 1960.

Brown J.R. Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Macbeth. London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) LTD, 1963.

Brown J.R. Shakespeare And His Comedies. London: Methuen & Co., 1957.

Brown J.R. Discovering Shakespeare. London; Basingstore: The Macmillan Press LTD, 1983.

Brown J.R. Shakespeare's Dramatic Style. London: Heinemann, 1972.

Burckhardt S. Shakespearean Meanings. Princeton; Princeton University Press, 1968.

Bush G. Shakespeare And The Natural Condition. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1956.

Chambers E.K. Shakespearean Gleanings. Oxford: University Press, 1944.

Chambrun Longworth de Clara Shakespeare Rediscovered. New York; London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938.

Campbell L.B. Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes. Cambridge: The University Press, 1930.

Chaudhuri Sukanta Infirm Glory: Shakespeare And The Renaissance Image of Man. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981.

Chute Marchette Shakespeare of London. New York: Е.P. Dutton and Company Inc. Publishers, 1962.

Coleridge's Essays And Lectures On Shakespeare And Some Other Old Poets And Dramatists. London: Published by J.M. Dent & Sons LTD., 1914.

Colman E.A.M. The Dramatic Use of Bawdy In Shakespeare. London: Longman, 1976.

Cowling G.H. A Preface To Shakespeare. London: Methuen & Co. LTD., 1925.

Cruttwell P. The Shakespearean Moment. And Its Place In The Poetry of The 17th Century. New York: Random House, 1960.

Discussions of Hamlet / Ed. by Levenson J.C. Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1960.

Draper J.W. Stratford To Dogberry. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1961.

Duthie G.l. Shakespeare. London: Hutchinson's University Library, 1951.

Edwards P. Shakespeare And The Confines Of Art. London: Methuen & Co LTD., 1968.

Essays on Shakespeare / Ed. by Gerald W. Chapman. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1965.

Essays On Shakespeare / Ed. by Gordon Ross Smith. London: University Park, 1965.

Evans B. Shakespeare's Tragic Practice. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979.

Evans B. Shakespeare's Comedies. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1960.

Evans G.L. Shakespeare: In 4 parts. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1969.

Evans I. The Language of Shakespeare's Plays. London: Methuen & Co. LTD., 1959.

Farnham Willard. Shakespeare's Tragic Frontier. Berkeley; Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1950.

Fiedler L.A. Stranger In Shakespeare. London: Paladin, 1974.

Foakes K.A. Shakespeare: The dark comedies to the last plays: from satire to celebration. Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1971.

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French A.L. Shakespeare And The Critics. Cambridge: The University Press, 1972.

Frye N. Fools of Time: Studies In Shakespearean Tragedy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967.

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Gordon G. Shakespearian Comedy And Other Studies. Oxford: University Press, 1945.

Gray A. A Chapter In The Early Life of Shakespeare. Cambridge: University Press, n.d.

Gupta S.C. Sen Shakespearian Comedy. Oxford: University Press, 1967.

Gurr A. Hamlet And The Distracted Globe. Edinburgh: Sussex University Press, 1978.

Halliday F.E. Shakespeare And His Critics. London: Gerard Duckworth & Co., 1949.

Halliday F.E. The Poetry of Shakespeare's Plays. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co. LTD, 1954.

Harbage A. William Shakespeare: A Reader's Guide. New York: The Noonday Press, 1963.

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Harrison G.B. Shakespeare's Tragedies. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul LTD, 1951.

Hawkes Terence. Shakespeare And The Reason. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1964.

Hawkins H. The Devil's Party. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985.

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Johnson On Shakespeare / Selected by Raleigh Walter. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1929.

Keeton G.W. Shakespeare's Legal And Political Background. London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Limited, 1967.

Knight G.W. Principles of Shakespearian Production. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1949.

Kokeritz Helge. Shakespeare's Pronunciation. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953.

Kott J. Shakespeare Our Contemporary / Transl. by Taborski B. New York: Garden & Company, Inc., 1964.

Lawrence W.W. Shakespeare's Problem Comedies. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1960.

Leary W.G. Shakespeare Plain. The Making And Performing of Plays. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1977.

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Lothian J.M. King Lear A Tragic Reading of Life. London: G. Bell and Sons LTD, 1966.

Marder L. His Exits And His Entrances: The Story of Shakespeare's Reputation. Philadelphia; New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1963.

Martin Milward W. Was Shakespeare Shakespeare? New York: Cooper Square Publishers, INC., 1965.

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Matthews H. Character & Symbol In Shakespeare's Plays. Cambridge: The University Press, 1962.

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Paris Jean Shakespeare / Transl. by Seaver R. London: Evergreen Profile Book, 1960.

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Righter A. Shakespeare And The Idea of The Play. London: Chatto & Windus, 1962.

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Rose M. Shakespearean Design. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1974.

Rowe E. Hamlet: A Window On Russia. New York: New York University Press, 1976.

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Schanzer E. The Problem Plays of Shakespeare. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1963.

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Schucking L.L. Character Problems In Shakespeare's Plays. Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1959.

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Sewell A. Character And Society In Shakespeare. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1951.

Shakespeare 1971 / Ed. by Clifford Leech and J.M.R. Margeson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971.

Shakespeare Hamlet / Ed. by Jump John. Bungay, Suffolk: Macmillan, 1970.

Shakespeare In Europe / Ed. by Le Winter Oswald. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1970.

Shakespeare The Winter's Tale / Ed. by Kenneth Muir . London: The Macmillan Press LTD, 1977.

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