3 edition of The European foundations of Russian modernism found in the catalog.
The European foundations of Russian modernism
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Peter I. Barta ; in collaboration with Ulrich Goebel.|
|Series||Studies in Slavic language and literature ;, v. 7, Studies in Russian and German ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Barta, Peter I., Goebel, Ulrich.|
|LC Classifications||PG2981.E8 E87 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 328 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||91032518|
Despite Vladimir Nabokov's hostility toward literary labels, he clearly recognized his own place in cultural history. In a fresh approach stressing Nabokov's European context, John Foster shows how this writer's art of memory intersects with early twentieth-century modernism. Tracing his interests in temporal perspective and the mnemonic image, in intertextual "reminiscences," and in. The rise of Christianity was the unifying factor that laid the foundation of Russian culture. As early as a Princess Olga sent an embassy to the Germanic emperor Otto requesting the .
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Combining book history, periodical studies, and reception theory, Jonathan Stone examines the poetry and theory of Russian Symbolism within the framework of the institutions that organized, published, and disseminated the works to Russian Author: Jonathan Stone.
In this compact study of the Renaissance and Reformation, Eugene F. Rice, Jr. draws together the main lines of change that account for a period of rapid transition from medieval civilization to early modern.
From a chapter on science, technology, and the voyages of exploration, /5. Brumfield explores the diverse styles of Russian modernism in part by analyzing the contemporary theoretical debate about them: the relation between technology and style, the obligation of architecture to society, and the role of architecture as an expression of national by: Prefaced by a lively and informative introduction by Louise Hardiman and Nicola Kozicharow that sets these perspectives in their historical and critical context, Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art: New Perspectives enriches our understanding of the modernist period and breaks new ground in its re-examination of the role of religion and spirituality in the visual arts in late Imperial Russia.
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Although prewar works by Henry James, Joseph Conrad, and other writers are considered Modernist, Modernism as a literary movement is typically associated with the period after World War I.
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Imperial Russian architecture and the broader context of European modernism-a context that has been conspicuously absent from the Soviet literature to date. The result is an extremely useful source of reliable factual data on specific mon.
‘A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of communism’, Marx and Engels wrote presciently in Manifesto of the Communist Party in (Marx and Engels 33); bythe Russian Revolution not only dealt the death blow to Russia’s monarchy (quite literally by executing the Romanov family) but ushered in the Communist system with the October Revolution.
Led by Vladimir Lenin, the ‘red’. Russian art, dance and music influenced many Modernist writers in the first half of the 20th century, while the Bolshevik revolution in heightened both Communist and anti-Communist feeling in Britain.
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