Russian Subjects: Empire, Nation, and the Culture of the Golden Age

Russian Subjects Empire Nation and the Culture of the Golden Age Although Russia s major Golden Age writers have had numerous book length studies devoted to them by distinguished American slavists no Western collection of essays has examined in comprehensive yet r

  • Title: Russian Subjects: Empire, Nation, and the Culture of the Golden Age
  • Author: Monika Greenleaf Monika Greenleaf
  • ISBN: 9780810115248
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Although Russia s major Golden Age writers have had numerous book length studies devoted to them by distinguished American slavists, no Western collection of essays has examined in comprehensive yet rigorous fashion the many literary pathways by which Russians imagined and revised their modern identity as a people In this collection of important new essays, poetic works bAlthough Russia s major Golden Age writers have had numerous book length studies devoted to them by distinguished American slavists, no Western collection of essays has examined in comprehensive yet rigorous fashion the many literary pathways by which Russians imagined and revised their modern identity as a people In this collection of important new essays, poetic works by Derzhavin, Krylov, Batiushkov, Pushkin, Girboedov, Lermontov, and, in a novel interaction, Baratynsky and Russia s first woman poet, Pavlova, are resituated within the force fields of contradictory cultural pressures, as are the best selling prose narratives of Narezhnyi, Karamzin, Bestuzhev Marlinsky, Viazemsky, Senkovsky, Gogol, and Pushkin.

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