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718 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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xiii, 275 pages ; 24 cm
  • Chapter 1: Literature on Edge: Cultural Hybridity, Identities, and Reading Strategies Chapter 2: Cultural Geographies: Regionalism and Territorial Identities in Literature Chapter 3: Gender Matters: Women's Literary Discourse Chapter 4: Language Choice and Language as Protagonist Chapter 5: Ways of Social Marginalization in Post-Independence Fiction: Ideology, Disease, and Crime Chapter 6: Popular Literature and National Identity Construction Conclusion: Toward a New National Literature Epilogue: Literature at the Time of War.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498538817 20171227
Ukraine's Quest for Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity in Literary Imagination, 1991-2011 is the first study that looks at the literary process in post-independence Ukraine comprehensively and attempts to draw the connection between literary production and identity construction. In its quest for identity Ukraine has followed a path similar to other postcolonial societies, the main characteristics of which include a slow transition, hybridity, and identities negotiated on the center-periphery axis. This monograph concentrates on major works of literature produced during the first two decades of independence and places them against the background of clearly identifiable contexts such as regionalism, gender issues, language politics, social ills, and popular culture. It also shows that Ukrainian literary politics of that period privileges the plurality and hybridity of national and cultural identities. By engaging postcolonial discourse and insisting that literary production is socially instituted, Maria G. Rewakowicz explores the reasons behind the tendency toward cultural hybridity and plural identities in literary imagination. Ukraine's Quest for Identity will appeal to all those keen to study cultural, social and political ramifications of the collapse of the Soviet empire in Eastern Europe and beyond.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498538817 20171227
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311 pages, 26 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
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xiii, 260 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • "On Petersburg" / Vladimir Nabokov
  • Introduction / by Olga M. Cooke
  • "Bely's Petersburg and the end of the Russian novel" / Carol Anschuetz
  • "Andrey Bely's astral novel: a theosophical reading of Petersburg" / Maria Carlson
  • "Synesthesia as apocalypse in Andrey Bely's Petersburg" / Charlene Castellano
  • "Kinship and figure in Andrey Bely's Petersburg" / Jacob Emery
  • "Metafiction in Andrey Bely's novel Petersburg" / Roger Keys
  • "Petersburg as a historical novel" / Timothy Langen
  • "Andrey Bely between Conrad and Chesterton" / Aleksandr V. Lavrov
  • "The bomb, the baby, the book" / Magnus Ljunggren
  • "'Know thyself': from the temple of Apollo at Delphi to the pages of Petersburg" / Anna Ponomareva
  • "Fragmentary 'prototypes' in Andrey Bely's novel Petersburg" / Ada Steinberg
  • "The enchanted point of Petersburg" / Adam Weiner
  • "Reality and appearance in Petersburg and the Viennese secession" / Judith Wermuth-Atkinson.
Celebrating the one-hundredth anniversary of Andrey Bely's Petersburg, this volume offers a cross-section of essays that address the most pertinent aspects of his 1916 masterpiece. The plot is relatively a simple one: Nikolai Apollonovich is ordered by a group of terrorists to assassinate his father, the prominent senator, Apollon Apollonovich Ableukhov. Nevertheless, Bely's polyphonic, experimental prose invokes such diverse themes as: Greek mythology, the apocalypse, family dynamics, psychology, Russian history, theosophy, revolution, and European literary influences. Considered by Vladimir Nabokov to be one of the twentieth century's four greatest masterpieces, Petersburg is the first novel in which the city is the hero. Frequently compared to Joyce's Ulysses, no novel did more to help launch modernism in turn-of-the century Russia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781618115751 20170829
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510 pages ; 22 cm
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371 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
  • Discours d'ouverture -- Prononcé par sylvie archaimbault -- Jean-marc négrignat -- Le samizdat : un gisement de mémoire pour aujourd'hui -- Clandestinité et philosophie -- Irradiations souterraines de la philosophie russe en Europe : Leon Chestov, "passeur" clandestin (Tourgueniev, Dostoïevski, Celan) -- Nietzsche, Dostoïevski et le souterrain -- Le "sous-sol" de dostoïevski, paradigme dans la réflexion religieuse et philosophique. De vassili rozanov -- Fiodorov dissimulé. Entre la tradition ésoterique et le traité sur l'immortalité de radichtchev -- La philosophie russe recluse dans le silence : bakhtine et alexandre meyer -- L'oeuvre clandestine de jacob golossovker -- Le phénomène de "l'homme souterrain" et la prose clandestine d'alexeï los s ev -- La clandestinité dans l'histoire et dans la culture russes -- Voltaire clandestin en russie -- Les amants de la sagesse [ljubomudry] et leur situation conflictuelle par rapport au pouvoir absolu de l'époque -- De la clandestinité et du secret comme instrument de pouvoir -- La "nouvelle vision" de viktor krivouline métaphysique de l'undetground à la fin de l'ère soviétique -- Les mouvements religieux clandestins sous le régime soviétique -- La ville de kitège, lieu de clandestinité spirituelle -- Le savoir secret dans la culture traditionnelle -- Inconscient et clandestinité : l'expression du "chaos" souterrain dans la peinture de Vroubel -- Littérature et clandestinité -- Mystique et idiotie dans le délire du clandestin russe -- Des catacombes à l'outre-tombe : les obériouty, L'art de gauche et la révolution -- La clandestinité intérieure et extérieure dans le destin et l'oeuvre de mandelstam -- "Mon silence s'entend partout" : la voix clandestine d'Anna Akhmatova -- La poésie au goulag -- La littérature russe, lieu privilégié des passagers clandestins de l'existence -- La clandestinité du héros de Vladimir Makanine -- La littérature clandestine à Ivanovo -- Résumés des articles -- Abstracts -- Notices sur les auteurs.
"Les régimes autoritaires ou totalitaires, à toutes les époques, frappent d'interdit, et donc condamnent au secret, de multiples aspects de la vie politique, sociale, intellectuelle, religieuse... Au fil de l'histoire, nombreuses sont les manifestations de la culture russe qui ont été contraintes à se cacher. Ce recueil présente certains des phénomènes les plus caractéristiques de cette situation, sans prétendre à l'exhaustivité. Mais on verra aussi que le secret, cultivé comme un véritable mode d'existence, n'est que partiellement une conséquence de l'oppression politique. Mandelstam, bâillonné par la répression stalinienne qui le conduisit à la mort, revendique dès ses débuts en poésie (les années 1910) le non-dire comme constitutif de l'expérience poétique. Lorsque la perestroïka est arrivée, certains poètes comme Viktor Krivouline ont refusé une prétendue liberté d'expression qu'ils soupçonnaient d'apporter un nouveau conformisme, plus insidieux. Le concept de clandestinité, dans toute sa complexité, reste donc à définir. Ce recueil propose quelques pistes et montre la diversité des approches possibles. Ce volume est dédié à la mémoire de Jean-Marc Négrignat, notre collègue et ami, qui a enseigné à l'ENSLSH de Lyon, et dont on trouvera ici un article inédit : "Le samizdat, un gisement de mémoire pour aujourd'hui". Nikita Struve, directeur des éditions Ymca-Press, qui a participé à ce colloque, nous a quittés en mai 2016. Que ce recueil soit donc également l'occasion de rappeler son souvenir."--Page 4 of cover.
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178 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • List of IllustrationsPrefaceList of AbbreviationsPart I. "...And, Apparently, a Very Good Jew": Sobol as a Russian-Jewish Literary Critic and Journalist1 Baal-Machshoves and Andrei Sobol: Two Views on the Purpose and Objectives of Russian-Jewish Literature2 The Context and Subtext of Sobol's Open Letter to D. Merezhkovsky3 A Battle that Never Happened (Sobol's Unpublished Open Letter to Ivan. Bunin) PART II. Andrei Sobol and Evreiskii MirPART III. Overcoming the Myth: Jewish Themes, Motifs, and Images in Sobol's Works1. Between Literature and Politics: Sobol's Novel Pyl'2. Jewish Themes, Motifs, and Images in Sobol's Short Stories3. The Fate of Sobol's Book EvreiPART IV. Sobol's Translation of Wandering StarsPART V. Andrei Sobol and the Jewish TheaterConclusionNotesBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781618117113 20180306
If a history of Russian-Jewish literature in the twentieth century (or, at least, a history of its authors and texts) were ever to be written, it would reveal a number of puzzling lacunae. One such lacuna is Andrei Sobol, a truly significant writer who, paradoxically, has not received due scholarly attention. This can easily be demonstrated by the fact that Sobol's name goes virtually unmentioned in some of the most representative and authoritative studies dealing with the Russian-Jewish literary discourse. It is this scholarly gap that has prompted Vladimir Khazan to write this volume, a comprehensive and exhaustive account of Sobol's public, literary, and artistic activities as a purely Russian-Jewish phenomenon. Khazan analyzes his biographical subject within the framework of cultural studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781618117113 20180306
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75 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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336 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
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208 pages ; 22 cm
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11. The Hamburg score [2017]

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xi, 240 pages ; 22 cm.
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496 pages ; 22 cm.
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xiii, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Part I. Response, imitation, and parody. Laughably modern: Russian readers' early encounters with Symbolism and Decadence ; Russian Symbolists and Russia's Symbolists
  • Part II. Fashioning Symbolism. Making the Symbolist Book ; Symbolist by association: almanacs, cycles, and the Symbolist reader
  • Part III. Framing Symbolism. Covering Symbolism ; The rise of biographical Symbolism
  • Conclusion.
The Institutions of Russian Modernism illuminates the key role of Symbolism as the earliest form of modernism in Russia, emerging seemingly ex nihilo at the end of the nineteenth century. Combining book history, periodical studies, and reception theory, Jonathan Stone examines the poetry and theory of Russian Symbolism within the framework of the institutions that organized, published, and disseminated the works to Russian readers. Surveying a wealth of examples of books, journals, and almanacs, Stone traces how publishers of Symbolist works marketed the movement and fashioned a Symbolist reader. His persuasive argument that after its eclipse Symbolism's legacy remained embedded in the heart of Russian modernism will be of interest to scholars and general readers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810135734 20171218
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1054 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
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172 pages ; 21 cm
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16. Kongrevova raketa [2017]

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351 pages ; 21 cm.
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425 pages, 20 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
  • Publikat͡sii: Iz dnevnikov 1974-1975 / Lev Losev
  • Otvety na anketu (publ. Galiny Glushanok) / Lev Losev
  • Otvety na voprosy zhurnala "22" / Lev Losev
  • "Vozdukh sokhranennyĭ i vozdukh vorovannyĭ": kulʹturnai͡a izoli͡at͡sii͡a pisateleĭ-ėmigrantov (publ. I͡A. Klot͡sa) / Lev Losev
  • Stikhi: "Pereplavil ne v zoloto, v nikelʹ..." / Mikhail Eremin
  • Zapozdaloe posvi͡ashchenie Lʹvu Losevu / Bakhyt Kenzheev
  • Lev Vladimirovich / Shana Smit
  • nʹi͡u-khemshir / Alekseĭ T͡Svetkov
  • Vospominanii͡a: Lev Losev i Iosif Brodskiĭ (na fotografii͡akh) / Solomon Volkov
  • Zametki o Lʹve Loseve / Sergeĭ Gandlevskiĭ
  • Veshchʹ iz i͡azyka / Aleksandr Genis
  • Bolʹshe chem edinit͡sa / Igorʹ Efimov
  • Perekhod granit͡sy / Olʹga Isaeva
  • Lesha v Skinnerville / Dzheĭms L. Raĭs
  • Chelovek zhivet igrai͡a / Alekseĭ Samoĭlov
  • Kak on skazal / Vladimir Frumkin
  • Statʹi: Nechustvitelʹnyĭ Losev / Andreĭ Arʹev
  • Gimn deĭstvitelʹnoĭ svobody: obrashchenii͡a k poėticheskoĭ tradit͡sii OBĖRIU v blokadnykh tekstakh / Polina Barskova
  • Udvoennai͡a auditorii͡a i dvoĭnoe videnie: ėzopovskie glubiny "Dvukh tramvaev" Osipa Mandelʹshtama / Sara Pankenʹer Velʹd
  • Sinekdokhos / Ilʹi͡a Vinit͡skiĭ
  • Losev, Brodskiĭ, Uolkott, Khini, Ėliot, Oden, Ĭeĭts, Vertov, Lenin i Khodzha Nasredin / Mikhail Gronas
  • "Pushkinskie mesta" Lʹva Loseva i ikh okrestnosti / Aleksandr Zholkovskiĭ
  • Darvinovskai͡a ėstetika Brodskogo / Ėndri͡u Kan
  • Lev Losev i vopros o literature russkoĭ ėmigrat͡sii
  • Ellipsis i alli͡uzii͡a: izgnanie i i͡azykovye strategii v poėzii Lʹva Loseva (na materiale stikhotvoreniĭ iz knigi "Chudesnyĭ desant") / Genri V. Pikford
  • Eremin, povtor, zagadka / Stefani Sandler
  • Igra so shprit͡sem / Roman Timenchik
  • T͡Svetaevskai͡a optika Brodskogo / Kėtrin Chipiela
  • Vkus i͡azyka izgnanʹi͡a: stolknovenie Lʹva Loseva s angliĭskim / Barri P. Sherr.
  • Публикации: Из дневников 1974-1975 / Лев Лосев
  • Ответы на анкету (публ. Галины Глушанок) / Лев Лосев
  • Ответы на вопросы журнала "22" / Лев Лосев
  • "Воздух сохраненный и воздух ворованный": культурная изоляция писателей-эмигрантов (публ. Я. Клоца) / Лев Лосев
  • Стихи: "Переплавил не в золото, в никель..." / Михаил Еремин
  • Запоздалое посвящение Льву Лосеву / Бахыт Кенжеев
  • Lev Vladimirovich / Шана Смит
  • нью-хемшир / Алексей Цветков
  • Воспоминания: Лев Лосев и Иосиф Бродский (на фотографиях) / Соломон Волков
  • Заметки о Льве Лосеве / Сергей Гандлевский
  • Вещь из языка / Александр Генис
  • Больше чем единица / Игорь Ефимов
  • Переход границы / Ольга Исаева
  • Леша в Скиннервилле / Джеймс Л. Райс
  • Человек живет играя / Алексей Самойлов
  • Как он сказал / Владимир Фрумкин
  • Статьи: Нечуствительный Лосев / Андрей Арьев
  • Гимн действительной свободы: обращения к поэтической традиции ОБЭРИУ в блокадных текстах / Полина Барскова
  • Удвоенная аудитория и двойное видение: эзоповские глубины "Двух трамваев" Осипа Мандельштама / Сара Панкеньер Вельд
  • Синекдохос / Илья Виницкий
  • Лосев, Бродский, Уолкотт, Хини, Элиот, Оден, Йейтс, Вертов, Ленин и Ходжа Насредин / Михаил Гронас
  • "Пушкинские места" Льва Лосева и их окрестности / Александр Жолковский
  • Дарвиновская эстетика Бродского / Эндрю Кан
  • Лев Лосев и вопрос о литературе русской эмиграции
  • Еллипсис и аллюзия: изгнание и языковые стратегии в поэзии Льва Лосева (на материале стихотворений из книги "Чудесный десант") / Генри В. Пикфорд
  • Еремин, повтор, загадка / Стефани Сандлер
  • Игра со шприцем / Роман Тименчик
  • Цветаевская оптика Бродского / Кэтрин Чипиела
  • Вкус языка изгнанья: столкновение Льва Лосева с английским / Барри П. Шерр.
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399 pages : portrait ; 22 cm.
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949 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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605 pages ; 24 cm.
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