Literature

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1992

Vassily Aksenov is generally recognized as one of the most prominent and important writers of the post-Stalinist period in Russian literature. He started the revival of experimentation in artistic technique after thirty years of the mandatory, but barren, style of Socialist Realism. He is perhaps the most significant heir of the Gogolian tradition in contemporary Russian literature. His phantasmagoric fiction...

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1989

This volume is the first known attempt at a comprehensive bibliography of the major aspects of Slavic mythology. Researchers concerned with early Slavic history, religion, ethnography, and archeology will find this book essential. Scholars working with Slavic literatures and linguistics, particularly early literatures and medieval Slavic texts, will also find it indispensable. The scope of the bibliography is all written...

Edited by Andrej Kodjak

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1979

By an analysis of the information about Belkin and the circumstances of the writing of the work, it is shown that Pushkin intended the work as a coded message concerning December 1825 and the events which followed.

Contents

Part I: Decoding

1. Belkin's Biography

 2. The Publication of Belkin's Manuscript

 3. The Correspondence Between the Editor and the Neighbor

 4....

Edited by Andrej Kodjak, Krystyna Pomorska, and Kiril Taranovsky

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1980

New York University Slavic Papers Volume III The papers are representative of diversified methods of literary analysis and are concerned with a number of literary problems, including rhyme, genre, grammatical structure, as well as semiotic and mythological aspects of literature.

 

Contents:

Roman Jakobson:

O "Stikhakh, sochinennykh noch'iu vo vremia bessonnitsy"     1

Walter N. Vickery:

"Stambul gjaury nynce slavjat"     11

Lawrence G....

Edited by Andrej Kodjak and Kiril Taranovsky

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1976

Originally a publication of the NYU Press Part I: Pushkin's Poetry: Roman Jakobson: Stikhi Pushkina o deve-statue, vakkhanke i smirennitse; Vadim Liapunov: Mnemosyne and Lethe: Pushkin's "Vospominanie"; Riccardo Picchio: Dante and J. Malfilatre as Literary sources of Tat'jana's Erotic Dream; Elisabeth Stenbock-Fermor: French Medieval Poetry as a Source of Inspiration for Pushkin; Walter Vickery: "Arion": An Example of Post-Decembrist Semantics;...

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