2 edition of Twentieth-century Russian literature found in the catalog.
Twentieth-century Russian literature
Harry Thornton Moore
Bibliography: p. 170-178.
|Statement||[by] Harry T. Moore and Albert Parry. With a pref. by Harry T. Moore. --|
|Contributions||Parry, Albert, 1901-|
|LC Classifications||PG3017 .M6 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 194 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||194|
Modernism is a major literary movement of the first part of the twentieth-century. The term Postmodern literature is used to describe certain tendencies in post-World War II literature. Irish writers were especially important in the twentieth-century, including James Joyce and later Samuel Beckett, both central figures in the Modernist movement. “ Valentina Brougher, Mark Lipovetsky, and Frank Miller have rendered an important service to the profession by compiling a rich, judiciously selected, and carefully translated anthology of twentieth-century Russian short stories Offering a wealth of cultural and historical material, this book may serve as an introduction to twentieth Price Range: $49 - $
Literature of the 20th century refers to world literature produced during the 20th century ( to ).. In terms of the Euro-American tradition, the main periods are captured in the bipartite division, Modernist literature and Postmodern literature, flowering from roughly to and to respectively, divided, as a rule of thumb, by World War II. It’s also his ode to Russian literature, evoking the works of Pushkin, Gogol, and others in the course of its narrative, and it also has at its centre a critique of Chernyshevsky. It is the story of Fyodor Godunov-Cherdyntsev, an impoverished émigré poet living in Berlin, who dreams of the book he will someday write – a book very much.
Twentieth-century Russian literature by Moore, Harry Thornton. Publication date Topics Russian literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism Publisher London: Heinemann Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library : Autobiographical Statements in Twentieth-Century Russian Literature Jane Gary Harris Published by Princeton University Press Harris, Jane Gary. Autobiographical Statements in Twentieth-Century Russian by:
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The reason is that for many of us starting out in Russian literature, the 20th century contains many more authors and works than the 19th that we hadn't heard of and didn't know exist. And sure enough even some of the more obscure and shorter works of, for example, Klebnikov, Sinyavsky, Blok or Zoshchenko turn out to be vibrant, well written 5/5(7).
This dual-language anthology presents fifteen compelling tales in a unique survey of twentieth-century Russian short fiction. Featuring the original Russian on the left-hand page and new English translations on the right-hand side, contents include "The Fugitive" by Vladimir A. Gilyarovsky, "The Present" by Leonid Andreev, "Trataton" by Dimitry Mamin-Sibiryak, "Life /5(27).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages 22 cm: Contents: Russian Literature, --Chekhov: The Appreciator of Irony --Gorky: The Lower Depths of Hope --Andreyev: The Sensationist of Despair --Kuprin and Others --Pre-Soviet Poets --Soviet Literature to the Second World War --Beginnings in a Red Dawn: Bely, Blok, Yesinin.
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by Mikhail Sholokhov. Often compared to War and Peace, this epic historical novel traces the fate of a typical Cossack family over a tumultuous ten-year period, from just before the beginning of World War I to the bloody civil war following the Russian Revolution of Early twentieth-century Russian history comes alive in Sholokhov’s well.
Twentieth-Century Russian Literature is an edited collection of essays based on contributions to the Fifth World Congress of Central and East European Studies, held in Warsaw in The first section contains articles on writers from the early decades of the Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia and its émigrés and to Russian-language literature. The roots of Russian literature can be traced to the Middle Ages, when epics and chronicles in Old East Slavic were composed.
By the Age of Enlightenment, literature had grown in importance, and from the early s, Russian literature underwent an astounding golden. In Russian history, the twentieth century was an era of unprecedented, radical transformations - changes in social systems, political regimes, and economic structures.
A number of distinctive literary schools emerged, each with their own voice. The canon of Russian poetry has been reshaped since the fall of the Soviet Union.
A multi-authored study of changing cultural memory and identity, this revisionary work charts Russia's shifting relationship to its own literature in the face of social upheaval.
Literary canon and national identity are inextricably tied together, the composition of a canon being the attempt to single Author: Katharine Hodgson, Joanne Shelton, Alexandra Smith. A quality collection of stories (in whole and in part) from the great Russian writers of the twentieth century.
Brown's commentary is incredibly helpful, aiding both to the reader's understanding of the time the works were written as well as to /5. The fifteen essays in this volume explore the extraordinary range and diversity of the autobiographical mode in twentieth-century Russian literature from various critical perspectives.
They will whet the appetite of readers interested in penetrating beyond the canonical texts of Russian by: In the explosive, unpredictable world of contemporary Russian literature at the beginning of the 21 st century, there appeared a phenomenon of non-commercial literature that became more visible and more attractive to readers then the traditional readings of the 90s – commercial prose.
Modern Russian writers are diverse and incredibly talented, and they did. The canon of Russian poetry has been reshaped since the fall of the Soviet Union. A multi-authored study of changing cultural memory and identity, this revisionary work charts Russia’s shifting relationship to its own literature in the face of social upheaval.
Literary canon and national identity are inextricably tied together, the composition of a canon being the attempt to single Author: Katharine Hodgson, Joanne Shelton, Alexandra Smith. The aim of this collection is to investigate the state of the Russian twentieth-century poetic canon in the context of socio-political changes triggered by the collapse of the Soviet Union in ¹ This introductory essay sets out the larger context of cultural evolution in which the alterations to the poetry canon, to be discussed in the chapters that follow, took place.
The Russian Twentieth Century Short Story: A Critical Companion is a collection of the most informative critical articles on some of the best twentieth-century Russian short stories from Chekhov and Bunin to Tolstaya and Pelevin. While each article focuses on a particular short story, Author: Lyudmila Parts.
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They will whet the appetite of readers interested in penetrating beyond the canonical texts of Russian literature. The fifteen essays in this volume explore the extraordinary range and diversity of the autobiographical mode in twentieth-century Russian literature from various critical perspectives.
They will whet the appetite of readers interested in penetrating beyond the canonical texts of Russian : Jane Gary Harris. the cambridge companion to twentieth-century russian literature In Russian history, the twentieth century was an era of unprecedented, rad-ical transformations – changes in social systems, political regimes, and eco-nomic structures.
A number of. An updated edition of this comprehensive narrative history, first published inincorporating a new chapter on the latest developments in Russian literature and additional bibliographical information.
The individual chapters are by well-known specialists, and provide chronological coverage from the medieval period on, giving particular attention to the nineteenth and.
The nineteenth century is known as the 'golden age'of Russian literature. This edition is designed for first and second year undergraduate students as an introduction to twenty two leading writers of the period, from Karamzin to Checkhov.
Concise background information on each author is given in Russian, with a chronology of major publications and extracts from key .Since, under these conditions, literature became virtually the only platform for political thought and the sole refuge of spiritual freedom, Russian culture was literature-centric.
And yet – despite the naturally differing political, ideological, and aesthetic viewpoints of its authors – before the Revolution Russian literature developed as.