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Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Late
Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Late

Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Late Soviet and Post Soviet Literature. Mikkhail Epshtein, Alexander A. Genis, Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, Alexander Genis

Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Late Soviet and Post Soviet Literature


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Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Late Soviet and Post Soviet Literature Mikkhail Epshtein, Alexander A. Genis, Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, Alexander Genis
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Incorporated



Aug 5, 2010 - Postmodern literature (with its main focus on irony, scepticism, metafiction, deconstruction in Derrida's sense where any text is open to repeated and not coincident interpretations) is coming to an end and the (1) Mikhail N. Russia, he Tupitsyn's mix of art reviews, political meditations, and personal memories provide a unique and valuable perspective on post-Soviet culture in Russia and the West. Jan 24, 2014 - When censorship was lifted in the early 1990s and torrents of formerly banned books poured into bookshops, the newly-written works were “post-Soviet” in spirit, then “post-post-Soviet,” but they still couldn't get away from the Soviet Readers abroad often say that Russia doesn't seem to have produced any “great novels” addressing the big issues of the last two decades, which were so rich in consequential events. Venichka will, of course, at length tell us about everything he drank the day before – using a lot of brand names of alcohol produced in the Soviet Union and not available in the Russian Federation today – while drinking more: . It has saved Russia billions in future rents for Sevastopol, and made him about as popular in Russia as Margaret Thatcher was in Britain after the Navy retook the Falklands. World order and current debates. The authors also rely on the case-study method, presenting us with a detailed and authoritative analysis of international diplomacy over the Russian-Georgian war of 2008. We seek not only to clarify major debates, but also to present new perspectives and insights, which in turn will help to shape the field in future. Oct 9, 2008 - Communal (Post)Modernism in Russia. Nov 1, 2011 - By contrast, the participatory art of Eastern Europe and Russia from the mid-1960s to the late 1980s is frequently marked by the desire for an increasingly subjective and privatized aesthetic experience. Nov 13, 2013 - We offer a survey of publishing in the Slovak Republicm, which has struggled to gain recognition in the international market in spite of a lively literary scene and book market. May 12, 2014 - I except from this story of revolutions the various uprisings against collapsing Communist regimes in the late 1980s. Nov 23, 2013 - Literature under Stalin was catered for by Katerina Clark's The Soviet Novel: History as Ritual while architecture was dissected by Vladimir Paperny's Culture 2 (written in the early eighties). Apr 16, 2010 - But it should of course be read «в подлиннике» [in the original] – as should all other «произведения русской литературы» [works of Russian literature]… but that's another conversation. This was particularly evident in the post-Soviet sphere. Of Babylon trilogy, a hilarious romp through the post-Communist underworld (Garnett Press, 2007-2008) and Daniela Kapitáňová's Samko Tále's Cemetery Book, an original take on late Communist hypocrisy told from the point of view of a seemingly innocent simpleton (Garnett Press, 2011). At first glance, this Given the saturation of everyday life with ideology, Soviet artists did not regard their work as political but rather as existential and apolitical, committed to ideas of freedom and the individual imagination. These grew out of the fatal weakening of those regimes, which one by one realised for themselves that their ultimate guarantee of existence – Soviet power – had gone. In this context they argue that .. By Victor Describing the notion of "communal optics," Tupitsyn argues that socialist realism does not work without communal perception—which, as he notes, does not easily fit into crates when paintings travel out of Russia for exhibition in Kassel or New York.