Literature

Edited by Walter N. Vickery

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1984

Contents

Introduction

Avril Pyman:

Aleksander Blok: The Tragedy of Two Truths (guest lecture)     7

Robert Abernathy:

The Lonely Vision of Alexander Blok (Blok's Vowel Fugue Revisited)     9

Henryk Baran:

Some Reminiscences in Blok: Vampirism and Its Antecedents     25

John E. Bowlt:

Here and There: The Question of Space in Blok's Poetry     43

Anna Lisa Crone:

Blok's "Venecija" and Molnii iskusstva as Inspiration to Mandel'shtam:...

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Yale Russian and East European Publications

Predislovie

O pansemantichnosti poeticheskogo teksta i sposobakh ego prochteniia

A. Mickevich

"Trzech Budrysow"/A. S. Pushkin: "Budrys i ego synov'ia"

N. A. Nekrasov

"Utrenniaia progulka"

A. A. Fet

"Moego tot bezumstva zhelal"

V. I. Ivanov

"Iazyk"

B. L. Pasternak

"Mchalis' zvezdy"

M. I. Cvetaeva

"Zanaves"

A. A. Akhmatova

"Iz tsikla `Tashkentskie stranitsy'"

I. A. Brodskii...

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1987

An analysis of the lyrics and literary criticism of Innokentij Annenskij both as a means of understanding an important and insufficiently studied poet and as a vehicle for studying the impact of Annenskij's aesthetic theory and practice on the literary doctrine of the Acmeists. The discussion of Annenskij's work is supplemented by an exploration of the essays comprising the Acmeist...

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1996

In the novel Envy Jurij Olesha addressed one of the most critical issues of his time -- the impact of the October Revolution on Soviet intellectuals. This issue is part of the larger cultural and literary paradigm which surfaced in the nineteenth century, namely, the isolation of intellectuals from both the autocracy and the lower classes. Since open condemnation of...

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2002

The purpose of the present collection is to underscore the vital role that parody, satire and intertextuality have played historically and continue to play in Russian literature and culture. Not intended as a comprehensive treatment, Against the Grain instead incorporates essays that treat specific writers and works and selected themes. For that reason and because of limitations of space, the...

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