Sp12-IHUM-28B-04 : Poetic Justice: Order and Imagination in Russia. 2012 Spring
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- Stanford (Calif.)
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Two quarter sequence. The difference between justice and law in 19th- and 20th-century Russian writers. Focus is on the notion of poetic justice: the artistic representation of order whether divine, natural, or human. Goal is to heighten awareness of familiar narratives, mythologies, ideas, and images, and to convey a sense of a long-established national culture with its own dynamic vision.
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- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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