Crisis of the Avant-Garde in Russia
- Pushkin and Religion. Raskolnikov, Felix // Russian Studies in Literature;Winter2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p7
The author discusses the life of Russian author Aleksandr Pushkin and the role of religion in his literary works. Pushkin was seen as an atheist but eventually as a devout Orthodox Christian. Pushkin was a member of Ovid, an extreme Masonic lodge and was exiled to Mikhailovskoe, Russia where he...
- The Pelevin Syndrome. Basinskii, Pavel // Russian Studies in Literature;Summer2001, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p89
Examines the causes of the uneasy relationship of Russian writer Viktor Pelevin with his literary critics and finds in their reproaches his strengths and reasons for his authenticity. Wide readership; Non-existence of the middle class; Societal doubts about the traditionally eternal and lofty.
- Self-identification of the lyrical subject in Russian poetry (a draft typology). Faustov, Andrey A. // Enthymema;2014, Issue 10, p41
The end goal of this paper is to shed light on the changes in the lyrical subject self-identification logics that were characteristic of Russian poetry of the 'modernist' era. We are going to focus our attention exclusively on the poems with a lexically expressed I, which build the nucleus of...
- Bardic Song. Sokolova, Inna // Russian Studies in Literature;Winter2004, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p83
Focuses on the evolution of the Russian bardic song. Association of Russian bardic song with romance of travel; Citation of characters represented in the songs; Consideration of the song as the only suitable vehicle for the utopian idea in the poetry of the Soviet period.
- RUSSIAN POETRY. M.G.A.; H.G. // New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics;1993, p1103
The article presents a definition of the term RUSSIAN POETRY. The birth of Rus. lit. may he traced to the 11th c., but written texts in verse (i.e.. characterized by rhyme and rhythm) first made their appearance relatively late, in the 17th c. By contrast, Rus. folklore, which obviously predated...
- SMITHY POETS. W.E.H. // New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics;1993, p1160
The article presents a definition of the term SMITHY POETS. A group of early Soviet poets who wrote on themes such as industrialization and proletarian solidarity in the new Soviet society. Formed in 1920, the group (Rus. Kuznitsa) included Vladimir Kirillov, Vasilij Kazin, Aleksej Gastev, and...
- A History of Russian Poetry. Knowles, A. V. // Notes & Queries;Mar1993, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p124
Reviews the book "A History of Russian Poetry," by E. Bristol.
- On Mass Literature, Its Readers and Authors. // Russian Studies in Literature;Fall2000, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p41
Presents several articles which discuss mass literature in Russia in 2000. "The Sacrificed Ones," by Oleg Dark; "Superheroes of Our Time," by Ol'ga Slavnikova; "The Karaoke Function," by Tat'iana Sotnikova.
- The motif of repentance and the features of the plot in Vladimir Monomakh's "autobiography.". Dorofeyeva, Lyudmila G. // Vestnik IKBFU;2011, Issue 8, p128
The analysis of Vladimir Monomakh's "autobiography" in the context of the confession-reflexion form brings the author to the conclusion that repentance is the central motif dominating the logic of the plot in the second part of the Instruction.