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|Series||Slavistische Beiträge ;, Bd. 255|
|LC Classifications||PN849.R9 M558 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||90166577|
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Inthe prominent post-Soviet journal of scholarship in the humanities,Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie(New Literary Review,NLO), ran a retrospective forum on “–e gody kak intellektual’nyi resurs: V pole formalizma” (The s as an Intellectual Resource: On the Field of Formalism).¹ The image of afield—conceptual field.
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This book focuses on the construction of forms of historical consciousness in narratives, or schools of narrative. The evaluation of ideological trends in recent Soviet literary scholarship. This volume of essays provides an overview of the transformation that the study of Russian music since has undergone since glasnost’, both in Russia itself and outside it.
Prior to this, scholars on both sides of the Iron Curtain confronted formidable practical difficulties. In the USSR, the operation of strict censorship and ideological constraints seriously hindered the development of. Postmodernism and a strong revival of academic literary studies have shared the stage since the start of the post-Soviet era.
For the first time anywhere, this collection analyzes all of the important theorists and major critical movements during a tumultuous ideological period in Russian history, including developments in émigré literary. A large part of the most impressive results of scholarship in the field of Soviet studies is scattered in journals not readily accessible except to the student working at a major library.
This book makes a substantial selection of such outstanding work easily available. Recent Trends In Soviet Education Soviet Books for Children After the Revolution ofRussian literature split into Soviet and white émigré parts.
While the Soviet Union assured universal literacy and a highly developed book printing industry, it also enforced ideological censorship. In the s Socialist realism became the predominant trend in Russia.
This book traces the backgrounds of Soviet literary structuralism, renders the ensuing debate, and analyzes the main issues. It is based primarily upon Soviet publications, and proceeds from a thorough evaluation of ideological trends in recent Soviet literary scholarship book of the events and writings to a synthesizing discussion of the.
This chapter examines research trends in Soviet archaeology and how they were influenced by methodological approaches as well as guidelines and civic demands made of the study of antiquity. It also looks at other factors that have affected the formation of these trends, such as the ideological complexity of the methodological approaches themselves, the organisational framework and.
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After a brief period of relative openness (compared to what followed) in the s, literature became a tool of state propaganda. Officially approved writing (the only kind that could be published) by and large sank to a subliterary level.
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avg rating — 0 ratings/5(2). Kozulin's fascinating book gives important insight into the relation of ideology to scholarship while documenting key trends, ideas and figures in the history of Soviet psychology. There is poignancy, ignominy and occasional heroism to be found in the chronicle – and both irony and humor to be found in the chronicler's attitude toward his.
Heroes from the ranks of the party, the Red Army, industry, and agriculture came to personify Soviet socialism. A successful approach to popular mobilization, it was subsequently hamstrung by the purge of members of the new Soviet Olympus between and Ehrenburg branded much of Soviet literature as oversimplified, tiresomely didactic, and divorced from reality.
He called for a return to civility in literary discourse and an end to book reviews which read like criminal accusations.
Soviet writers must, he insisted, "do everything possible to make our literature worthy of our great people.". A well-known work quite fitting into official instructions was Nikolai Alexeevich Ostrovsky’s (–) autobiographical novel How the Steel Was Tempered (), which was a great success in this country.
Its main character Pavel Korchagin became a paragon of the “positive hero” or “a new Soviet person”, yet it lacks true-to-life tints, since the world he lives and struggles in.
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2 rubles, 30 kopecks. It is most fitting that a volume of essays dedicated to the. He is author, editor, or coeditor of twenty books including The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Russian Literature and Soviet Culture and Power: A History in Documents, Galin Tihanov is the George Steiner Professor of Comparative Literature at Queen Mary, University of s: 1.
Fadeev then castigated a recent book by Isaak Nusinov, Pushkin and World Literature, which had come out to favorable reviews when it was published in 12 According to Fadeev, Nusinov claimed that "all light comes from the West, while Russia is an Eastern country" and that Pushkin was a "West European writer" and a "universalist," not a.
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Until the mids, the borders between the various centers of Yiddish creativity were loose, and the centers maintained close contact. However, by the end of that decade, Yiddish literary criticism and scholarship began to move along completely different ideological and methodological paths in Poland and the Soviet Union.
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The attempts to create a smooth, monolithic image of the superhuman Soviet citizen are evident all throughout Soviet literature. The new, post-Soviet edition of Anatoly Kuznetsov's Babiy Yar (), an autobiographical account of Nazi occupation, offers a vivid illustration of this by italicizing everything that was removed by the censors at.
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The beginning of the purges of writers as well as of the scholars in the Academy of Sciences dates from the late s. Arrests became more and more frequent, intimidation increased and eventually an entirely new regime was established.
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Soviet children’s literature was singled out for particular attention by zealous censors who wanted to instill their own values in the youth. But great works were still produced and remain as. David JORAVSKY () I first encountered Dave Joravsky in graduate school, when I read his Soviet Marxism and Natural Science (Columbia, ).
The overarching subject was the shift of the official version of Soviet science from a rather mundane positivist-materialist reductionism in the s (largely ignored by practicing scientists) to an imposed “dialectical materialsm” that took.
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As a result, academic research in Yiddish culture rarely tackles central topics such as literary history or monographic studies of individual writers. With Yiddish studies in the U.S. increasingly focused on border cases between Yiddish and other cultural phenomena, Germany is gradually emerging as a major center of Yiddish philology.
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Marcy wrote: "Is this about books or a timeline trivia game? No one has said a word about the books. Oh well. Oblomov is too tired to worry about it. No offense." The list is for Soviet literature. It's simply a fact that the Soviet period doesn't mean Make another list for 19th century Russian lit.
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