Cover of: Twentieth-century Russian literary criticism | edited by Victor Erlich.

Twentieth-century Russian literary criticism

Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Erlich, V. Modern Russian criticism from Andrej Belyj to Andrej Sinjavskij: trends, issues, personalities.
The symbolists: Belyj, A. Gogol. Annenskij, I. The aesthetics of Gogol's Dead souls and its legacy.
Formalists and near-formalists: Shklovskij, V. Pushkin and Sterne: Eugene Onegin. Shklovskij, V. Parallels in Tolstoy. Eikhenbaum, B. Pushkin's path to prose. Eikhenbaum, B. On Tolstoy's crises. Tynjanov, J. Dostoevsky and Gogol. Zhirmunskij, V. The passion of Aleksandr Blok. Jakobson, R. On a generation that squandered its poets.
Early Soviet Marxists: Trotsky, L. Majakovskij and Russian futurism. Voronskij, A. Isaac Babel. Aldanov, M. The enigma of Tolstoy. Bitsilli, P. From Chekhonte to Chekhov. Adamovich, G. Vladimir Nabokov.
The recent scene: Sinjavskij, A. On Boris Pasternak. Lakshin, V. Mikhail Bulgakov's The master and Margarita. Ginzburg, L. The poetics of Osip Mandelstam.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
891.7/09/004
Library of Congress
PG2932 .T9

The Physical Object

Pagination
ix, 317 p. ;
Number of pages
317

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5063895M
Internet Archive
twentiethcentury0000unse_b7m3
ISBN 10
0300018630
LC Control Number
74029720
Library Thing
7664411
Goodreads
3495087

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