Freeborn, Richard, review of Victor Erlich, Gogol, in Modern Language Review, 65.4 (1970), 958–59

Freeborn, Richard, ‘Literature: Nikolay Kolokolov’, in Slavonic and East European Review, 56.1 (1978), 13–31

Freeborn, Richard, review of Roy Pascal, The Dual Voice: Free Indirect Speech and Its Functioning in the Nineteenth-Century European Novel, in Slavonic and East European Review, 56.1 (1978), 120–21

Freeborn, Richard, review of Peter Hodgson, From Gogol to Dostoevsky: Jakov Butkov, a Reluctant Naturalist in the 1840s, in Slavonic and East European Review, 56.2 (1978), 293–94

Freeborn, Richard, review of Stewart R. Sutherland, Atheism and the Rejection of God: Contemporary Philosophy and The Brothers Karamazov, in Slavonic and East European Review, 56.3 (1978), 440–41

Freeborn, Richard, review of Maurice Friedberg, A Decade of Euphoria: Western Literature in Post-Stalin Russia, 1954-64, in Slavonic and East European Review, 56.4 (1978), 634

Freeborn, Richard, review of Michael Holquist, Dostoevsky and the Novel, in Slavonic and East European Review, 57.1 (1979), 110–11

Freeborn, Richard, review of L. Tolstoy, R. F. Christian, Letters, 1828-1910, in Slavonic and East European Review, 57.3 (1979), 425–28

Freeborn, Richard, review of Malcolm Jones, New Essays on Tolstoy, in Slavonic and East European Review, 57.3 (1979), 428–29

Freeborn, Richard, review of Ronald Hingley, Dostoyevsky: His Life and Work, in Slavonic and East European Review, 57.4 (1979), 587–88

Freeborn, Richard, review of Edward Acton, Alexander Herzen and the Role of the Intellectual Revolutionary, in Slavonic and East European Review, 58.1 (1980), 114–15

Freeborn, Richard, review of Gary Rosenshield, Crime and Punishment: The Techniques of the Omniscient Author, in Slavonic and East European Review, 58.3 (1980), 435–36

Freeborn, Richard, review of Harry B. Weber, The Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet Literature, in Slavonic and East European Review, 59.1 (1981), 80–81

Freeborn, Richard, review of Patrick Waddington, Turgenev and England, in Slavonic and East European Review, 59.4 (1981), 595–97

Freeborn, Richard, review of Victor Ripp, Turgenev's Russia: From 'Notes of a Hunter' to 'Fathers and Sons', in Slavonic and East European Review, 60.1 (1982), 100–02

Freeborn, Richard, review of Victor Terras, A Karamazov Companion: Commentary on the Genesis, Language, and Style of Dostoevsky's Novel, in Slavonic and East European Review, 60.2 (1982), 280

Freeborn, Richard, review of Preben Villadsen, Daniel R. Frickelton, Laurits Rendboe, The Underground Man and Raskolnikov, in Modern Language Review, 77.3 (1982), 762–63

Freeborn, Richard, review of Joe Andrew, Russian Writers and Society in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century, in Slavonic and East European Review, 61.2 (1983), 264–66

Freeborn, Richard, review of Robin Feuer Miller, Dostoevsky and The Idiot: Author, Narrator and Reader, in Slavonic and East European Review, 61.2 (1983), 266–68

Freeborn, Richard, review of Robert Louis Jackson, The Art of Dostoevsky: Deliriums and Nocturnes, in Modern Language Review, 78.3 (1983), 761–62

Freeborn, Richard, review of G. J. Gutsche, L. G. Leighton, New Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Russian Prose, in Slavonic and East European Review, 61.3 (1983), 422–23

Freeborn, Richard, review of W. J. Leatherbarrow, Fedor Dostoevsky, in Slavonic and East European Review, 61.3 (1983), 425–26

Freeborn, Richard, ‘Literature: Turgenev and Revolution’, in Slavonic and East European Review, 61.4 (1983), 518–27

Freeborn, Richard, review of Andrew R. Durkin, Sergei Aksakov and Russian Pastoral, in Slavonic and East European Review, 62.2 (1984), 264–65

Freeborn, Richard, review of M. V. Jones, G. M. Terry, New Essays on Dostoyevsky, in Slavonic and East European Review, 62.3 (1984), 437–39

Freeborn, Richard, review of Wayne Dowler, Dostoevsky, Grigor'ev, and Native Soil Conservatism, in Slavonic and East European Review, 62.4 (1984), 587–89

Freeborn, Richard, review of Jay Bergman, Vera Zasulich: A Biography, in Slavonic and East European Review, 62.4 (1984), 605–06

Freeborn, Richard, review of A. V. Knowles, Turgenev's Letters, in Slavonic and East European Review, 62.4 (1984), 633–34

Freeborn, Richard, review of David Lowe, Turgenev's 'Fathers and Sons', in Slavonic and East European Review, 63.3 (1985), 438–39

Freeborn, Richard, review of Geir Kjetsaa, Dostoevsky and His New Testament; Dennis Patrick Slattery, The Idiot, Dostoevsky's Fantastic Prince: A Phenomenological Approach, in Slavonic and East European Review, 64.4 (1986), 593–94

Freeborn, Richard, review of J. H. Seddon, The Petrashevtsy: A Study of the Russian Revolutionaries of 1848, in Slavonic and East European Review, 64.4 (1986), 614–15

Freeborn, Richard, review of Derek Offord, Portraits of Early Russian Liberals: A Study of the Thought of T. N. Granovsky, V. P. Botkin, P. V. Annenkov, A. V. Druzhinin and K. D. Kavelin, in Modern Language Review, 82.3 (1987), 807–08