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history of Russian literature

Mirsky, D. S. Prince

history of Russian literature

comprising A history of Russian literature and Contemporary Russian literature

by Mirsky, D. S. Prince

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Published by A.A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russian literature -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Statemented. and abridged by Francis J. Whitfield.
    ContributionsWhitfield, Francis J. 1916-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 518, xxiv p.
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13580148M
    OCLC/WorldCa11319166

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    Russian history is rife with tension between politics and culture, and there are no better historians of these struggles than the authors who risked censorship and exile to create the nation’s literary canon. Though they differ in style, together they bring accessibility to one of . Čiževskij, Dmitrij, History of Russian Literature, from the Eleventh Century to the End of the Baroque (The Hague, ). Clancy, Laurie, The Novels of Vladimir Nabokov (New York, ). Clark, Katerina, The Soviet Novel: history as Ritual (Chicago and London, ). The History of Russian Literature provides a comprehensive account of Russian writing from its earliest origins in the monastic works of Kiev up to the present day, still rife with the creative experiments of post-Soviet literary life. Five chronological parts by design unfold in diachronic histories; they can be read individually but are presented as inseparable across the span of a national. We'll begin with the origins of "modern" Russian lit in the 19th century and move through key works of Russian imperial, Soviet, and contemporary literature (as well as some lesser-known gems) by writers that include: Pushkin, Goncharov, Gogol, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Babel, Bulgakov, and Nabokov.

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Russian history is rife with tension between politics and culture, and there are no better historians of these struggles than the authors who risked censorship and exile to create the nation’s literary canon.

Though they differ in style, together they bring accessibility to one of the most complex countries in the world. Čiževskij, Dmitrij, History of Russian Literature, from the Eleventh Century to the End of the Baroque (The Hague, ).

Clancy, Laurie, The Novels of Vladimir Nabokov (New York, ). Clark, Katerina, The Soviet Novel: history as Ritual (Chicago and London, ).

The History of Russian Literature provides a comprehensive account of Russian writing from its earliest origins in the monastic works of Kiev up to the present day, still rife with the creative experiments of post-Soviet literary life.

Five chronological parts by design unfold in diachronic histories; they can be read individually but are presented as inseparable across the span of a. We'll begin with the origins of "modern" Russian lit in the 19th century and move through key works of Russian imperial, Soviet, and contemporary literature (as well as some lesser-known gems) by writers that include: Pushkin, Goncharov.

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A history of Russian literature: comprising A history of Russian literature and Contemporary Russian literature. [D S Mirsky, Prince; Francis J Whitfield].

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