Conclusion: Alternative Tendencies in Contemporary Russian Literature: Points of Departure
- Editor's Introduction. Givens, John // Russian Studies in Literature;Summer2000, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p3
Introduces a series of articles which deals with Russian literature
- LITERATURE. KILMER, JOYCE // America;11/20/1915, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p136
The article lists several Russian books including "Dead Souls," by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Stephen Graham, "The Death of Ivan Ilyitch," by Leo Tolstoy, and "Russian Literature," by Maurice Baring.
- La literatura de la guerra en la Rusia soviÃ©tica. Prieto, José Manuel // istor;dic2008, Vol. 9 Issue 35, p28
No abstract available.
- A Disabled Literature. Proffer, Carl R. // New Republic;2/14/81, Vol. 184 Issue 7, p27
Comments on the sorry state of literature in the Soviet Union. Restrictions on Soviet writers imposed by the totalitarian government; Official Soviet party view of Russian literature; Implications on literature and politics.
- TWENTIETH-CENTURY RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND THE NORTH AMERICAN PEDAGOGICAL CANON. Loewen, Donald // Slavic & East European Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p172
Assesses reading patterns in courses which introduce North American students to contemporary Russian literature. Identification of some of the key pedagogical issues that confront teachers in North American post-secondary institutions; Discussion on the way twentieth-century Russian literature...
- When Was The Song of Prince Igor Written? ZIMIN, A. A. // Russian Studies in History;Fall2006, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p13
According to the author, the Russian work of literature "The Song of Prince Igor" could not have been written prior to the 1520s. He anchors his thesis on the fact that the literary work conflicts with ancient Russian literature in ideological substance and genre-related idiosyncracies. Further...
- This Virtual World. Adamovich, Marina // Russian Studies in Literature;Spring2005, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p38
This article discusses unique features and problems of contemporary Russian Internet prose. While no one can yet foresee how complicated it may become in the future, today the structure of the Russian literary Internet is as follows. Certain prose writers do indeed use the services of the...
- Structural paradoxes of Russian literature and poetics of pseudobroken text. Zaslavskii, Oleg // Sign Systems Studies;2006, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p261
Traditionally, the Pushkin's work "My provodili vecher na dacheâ€¦" is considered to be uncompleted. However, on the basis of structural arguments, we show that, in fact, it is completed as an artistic whole. Taking also into account the results of previous analysis of works by Pushkin,...
- The Salamander's Return. Lipovetsky, Mark; Etkind, Alexander // Russian Studies in Literature;Fall2010, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p6
In conversation, two prominent scholars of Russian literature discuss the post-Soviet novel and trace its particular characteristics to the trauma created by the collapse of the USSR.