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Ermolaev, Herman. Mikhail Sholokhov and His Art. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1982. A study of Sholokhov’s life and art, philosophy of life, and handling of style and structure, with a separate chapter on the historical sources of The Quiet Don and another on the question of plagiarism. Includes maps, tables (of similes), notes, and bibliography.

Klimenko, Michael. The World of Young Sholokhov: Vision of Violence. North Quincy, Mass.: Christopher Publishing House, 1972. The introduction discusses the Sholokhov canon as well as the man and his critics. Other chapters explore the genesis of his novels, his vision of life, his heroes, and his treatment of revolution. Includes a bibliography.

Medvedev, Roy. Problems in the Literary Biography of Mikhail Sholokhov. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1977. A piercing examining of The Quiet Don, exploring the issue of Sholokhov’s authorship and how it poses problems for his literary biography.

Muherjee, G. Mikhail Sholokhov: A Critical Introduction. New Delhi: Northern Book Center, 1992. A useful discussion of Sholokhov’s work and critical reactions to it.

Murphy, A. B., V. P. Butt, and H. Ermolaev. Sholokhov’s “Tikhii Don”: A Commentary in Two Volumes. Birmingham, England: Department of Russian Language and Literature, the University of Birmingham, 1997. An excellent study of The Silent Don.

Stewart, David Hugh. Mikhail Sholokov: A Critical Introduction. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1967. Found in most university libraries, this accessible, 250-page overview of the man and his works includes bibliographical references.

Mikhail Sholokhov - Bibliography

Works in Russian
Aleshkino serdtse. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1925
Protiv chernogo znameni. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1925
Nakhalenok. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1925
Krasnogvardeitsy. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1925
Dvukhmuzhniaia. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1925
Donskie rasskazy. – Moskva : Novaia Moskva, 1926
Lazorevaia step'. – Moskva : Novaia Moskva, 1926
O Kolchake, krapive i prochem. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1927
Chervotochina. – Moskva : Gos. izd-vo, 1927
Tikhii Don. – Moskva, 1928-1940. – 4 vol.
Podniataia tselina. – Moskva : Federatsiia, 1932
Kazaki. – Piatigorsk: Ordzhonikidzevskoe kraevoe izd-vo, 1941
Na Donu. – Rosizdat, 1941
Na iuge. – Moskva : Voenizdat, 1942
Nauka nenavisti. – Moskva : Voenizdat, 1942
Oni srazhalis' za rodinu. – Moskva : Voennoe izdatel'stvo narodnogo komissariata oborony, 1943-1944
Slovo o rodine. – Moskva : Pravda, 1948
Svet i mrak. – Rostov : Rostizdat, 1949
Ne uiti palacham ot suda narodov. – Moskva : Pravda, 1948
Podniataia tselina. – [2]. – Moskva : Pravda, 1955-1960
Sbornik statei. – Leningrad : Izdatel'stvo Leningradskogo universiteta, 1956
Sud'ba cheloveka. – Moskva : Pravda, 1957
Rannie rasskazy. – Moskva : Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1961
Po veleniu dushi : stat'i, ocherki, vvstupleniia, dokumenty. – Moskva : Molodaia gvardiia, 1970
Rossiia v serdtse. – Moskva : Sovremennik, 1975
Zhivaia sila realizma. – Moskva : Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1983
Zemle nuzhnye molodye ruki. – Moskva : Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1983
Rasskazy. – Leningrad : Khudozhestvennaia literatura, 1983
Proza i publitsistika o voine. – Moskva : Sovremennik, 1985
 
Translations into English
Tales from the Don / translated by H. C. Stevens. – London : Putnam, 1961
And Quiet Flows the Don / translated by Stephen Garry. – Moscow : Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1930
The Soil Upturned / translated by Stephen Garry ; edited by Albert Lewis. – Moscow : Co-operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R., 1934. – Republished as The Virgin Soil Upturned. – London : Putnam, 1935. – Republished as Seeds of Tomorrow. – New York : Knopf, 1935
The Don Flows Home to the Sea / translated by Stephen Garry. – New York : Knopf, 1941
Hate. – Moscow : Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1942. – Content: Hate ; Down south
Harvest on the Don / translated by H. C. Stevens. – London: Putnam, 1960
Early Stories / translated by Robert Daglish and Yelena Altshuler. – Moskva : Progress, 1966
One Man's Destiny and Other Stories : Articles, and Sketches, 1923-1963 / translated by H. C. Stevens. – London : Putnam, 1966
Fierce and Gentle Warriors : Three Stories. – Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1967
At the Bidding of the Heart : Essays, Sketches, Speeches, Papers / translated by Olga Shartse. – Moscow : Progress, 1973
Collected Works in Eight Volumes / translated by Robert Daglish. – 8 vol. – Moscow : Raduga, 1984
 
Critical studies (a selection)
Bearne, C. G., Sholokhov. – Edinburgh, 1969
Žuravleva, Anna, & Kovaleva, Aleksandra, Michail Šolochov. – Moskva : Prosvešcěnie, 1975
Sofronov, Anatolij, Meetings with Sholokhov. – Moskva : Progress Publ., 1985
Kuznecov, Feliks, "Tichij Don" : sudba i pravda velikogo romana. – Moskva : Narodnaja kniga, 2005

The Swedish Academy, 2006

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