• Sally Feller, Your Daily Dystopian History Lesson From Yevgeny Zamyatin: A Review of We
  • Joshua Glenn (23 July 2006). "In a perfect world: Yevgeny Zamyatin's far-out science fiction dystopia, `We,' showed the way for George Orwell and countless others". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2006-10-15. 


  • Russell, Robert (1999). Zamiatin's We. Bristol: Bristol Classical Press. ISBN 978-1-85399-393-0. 
  • Shane, Alex M. (1968). The life and works of Evgenij Zamjatin. Berkeley: University of California Press. OCLC 441082. 
  • Zamyatin, Yevgeny (1992). A Soviet Heretic: Essays. Mirra Ginsburg (editor and translator). Northwestern University Press. ISBN 978-0-8101-1091-5. 
  • Collins, Christopher (1973). Evgenij Zamjatin: An Interpretive Study. The Hague: Mouton & Co. 

Journal articles

  • Ermolaev, Herman; Edwards, T. R. N. (October 1982). "Review of Three Russian Writers and the Irrational: Zamyatin, Pil'nyak, and Bulgakov by T. R. N. Edwards". The Russian Review (Blackwell Publishing) 41 (4): 531–532. doi:10.2307/129905. JSTOR 129905. 
  • Fischer, Peter A.; Shane, Alex M. (Autumn 1971). "Review of The Life and Works of Evgenij Zamjatin by Alex M. Shane". Slavic and East European Journal (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages) 15 (3): 388–390. doi:10.2307/306850. JSTOR 306850. 
  • Gregg, Richard A. (December 1965). "Two Adams and Eve in the Crystal Palace: Dostoevsky, the Bible, and We". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 24 (4): 680–687. doi:10.2307/2492898. JSTOR 2492898. 
  • Layton, Susan (February 1978). "The critique of technocracy in early Soviet literature: The responses of Zamyatin and Mayakovsky". Dialectical Anthropology 3 (1): 1–20. doi:10.1007/BF00257387. 
  • McClintock, James I. (Autumn 1977). "United State Revisited: Pynchon and Zamiatin". Contemporary Literature (University of Wisconsin Press) 18 (4): 475–490. doi:10.2307/1208173. JSTOR 1208173. 
  • Myers, Alan (1993). "Zamiatin in Newcastle: The Green Wall and The Pink Ticket". The Slavonic and East European Review 71 (3): 417–427. 
  • Myers, Alan. "Zamyatin in Newcastle". Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-05-11.  (updates articles by Myers published in The Slavonic and East European Review)
  • Stenbock-Fermor, Elizabeth; Zamiatin (April 1973). "A Neglected Source of Zamiatin's Novel "We"". Russian Review (Blackwell Publishing) 32 (2): 187–188. doi:10.2307/127682. JSTOR 127682. 
  • Struve, Gleb; Bulkakov, Mikhail; Ginsburg, Mirra; Glenny, Michael (July 1968). "The Re-Emergence of Mikhail Bulgakov". The Russian Review (Blackwell Publishing) 27 (3): 338–343. doi:10.2307/127262. JSTOR 127262. 
  • Tall, Emily (Summer 1990). "Behind the Scenes: How Ulysses was Finally Published in the Soviet Union". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 49 (2): 183–199. doi:10.2307/2499479. JSTOR 2499479. 
  • Zamyatin, Yevgeny (1962). "O moikh zhenakh, o ledokolakh i o Rossii". Mosty (in Russian) (Munich: Izd-vo Tsentralnogo obedineniia polit. emigrantov iz SSSR) IX: 25. 
English: My wives, icebreakers and Russia. Russian: О моих женах, о ледоколах и о России.
The original date and location of publication are unknown, although he mentions the 1928 rescue of the Nobile expedition by the Krasin, the renamed Svyatogor.
The article is reprinted in E. I. Zamiatin, 'O moikh zhenakh, o ledokolakh i o Rossii', Sochineniia (Munich, 1970–1988, four vols.) II, pp. 234–40. (Russian)

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