Conclusion: Alternative Tendencies in Contemporary Russian Literature: Ways of Thinking About Change
- Conclusion: Alternative Tendencies in Contemporary Russian Literature: New Subjectivities in Russian Postmodern Prose? Roll, Serafima // Contextualizing Transition: Interviews with Contemporary Russian;1998, p164
A conclusion to the book, Contextualizing Transition: Interviews with Contemporary Russian Writers & Critics, is presented. It discusses the subjectivities in Russian postmodern prose. These subjectivities might be explained partially by the fact that Russian society still reveres the ideals of...
- A Remarkable Decade. Nemzer, Andrei // Russian Studies in Literature;Fall2000, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p6
Presents an article focusing on Russian prose literature of the 1990s. Information on the literary policy of perestroika; Description of the literary work of author Aleksandr Terekhov; Information on the novel "Blue Fatback," by Vladimir Sorokin.
- The Literary Prize as a Means to an End. Abasheva, Marina // Russian Studies in Literature;Fall2012, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p63
The significance of literary prizes in Russia is examined and their value as a tool for discerning new themes and styles in contemporary Russian prose is demonstrated.
- The bestiary motif in Russian literature. Likhina, Natalia Ye. // Vestnik IKBFU;2011, Issue 8, p149
The notions of "animalism" and "bestiary" are distinguished on the basis of Russian prose of the 20th/21st centuries. The author analyses the poetic functions of bestiary motifs in Russian postmodernist literature (A. Korolyov, V. Pelevin, V. Sorokin).
- EVGENII POPOV: A NEW GOGOL' FOR A NEW RUSSIA? GILLESPIE, DAVID // Modern Language Review;Apr2014, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p447
This article examines the recent writing of Evgenii Popov (b. 1946), especially the 2012 novel @rbeit, and attempts to place the writer in the satirical tradition of Russian prose. The comparison with the nineteenth-century writer Nikolai Gogol' seems apt as both writers depict Russian society...
- The possibility of using the Russian prose in the study of the competitive strategies of economic agents. Temyakova, Tatyana // Concept / Koncept;2014, Issue 3, p1
The author focuses on the using the literary and economic approach to the competitive strategy analysis. This approach is based on the study of the competitive strategies, used by heroes, created by writers in their literary works. It means that the competitive actions of literary heroes have...
- This Virtual World. Adamovich, Marina // Russian Social Science Review;May/Jun2005, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p79
The article focuses on unique features and problems of contemporary Russian Internet prose. The mores of the Net are wild and free; new sites emerge and die rapidly and painlessly; everyone is looking out for number one; the expanses of the Net are so colossal that it is, to all intents and...
- Andreyev, Leonid Nikolayevich. Weil, Irwin // Columbia Dictionary of Modern European Literature;1980, p22
A profile of Russian prose writer, dramatist and publicist Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev is presented. He was born in Orel, a Russian provincial capital. In addition to early attempts at literature and painting, Andreyev finished a law program in 1897. He was born in 1871 and died in 1919....
- VERBAL STRATEGIES OF PERSONALITY IN THE SYSTEM OF NATIONAL CODES OF INTERPRETING THE BEING. // Artistic Text: Understanding, Analysis, Interpretation / Meninis;2012, Vol. 8, p170
The problem put forward by the author of the research is based on the material of the first half of the twentieth century Belarusian and Russian prose. The words and concepts should be considered as sound and image signs respectively for frequently recurring sensations. Consequently, in order to...