Эрик Краг: студенческие годы в советской России
Erik Krag: his student years in Soviet Russia
Erik Krag was the first Norwegian professor of Slavic literatures. The article Erik Krag: his student years in Soviet Russiapresents earlier unknown and unpublished facts about his stays, including the chronological frames, in Moscow and Leningrad as a young student. These facts are evident from archive material, deposited in Oslo, Moscow and St Petersburg. The article also demonstrates that the founder of the yaphetic theory N. Ya. Marr showed interest in the young Norwegian scholar.
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