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Fifty years of Russian prose

Fifty years of Russian prose

from Pasternak to Solzhenitsyn

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

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Statementedited by Krystyna Pomorska.
ContributionsPomorska, Krystyna.
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Open LibraryOL20874465M

By the middle of the s the pendulum had swung so far in the direction of prose that poetry was a sort of second-class artistic citizen for about fifty years. The great achievement of this age of prose, from the s to the s, was Russian Realism (discussed in the sequel to this course, Russ Russian Literature: Tolstoy to the. He began writing prose in the early s. His best known stories were A Feast of Rowanberries and A Vologda Wedding. He died in Moscow in Awards. Stalin Prize, , for his poem Alena Fomina; Order of the Red Star; Notes English translations. Levers, Fifty Years of Russian Prose Born: Alexander Yakovlevich Yashin, Ma , .

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Most of these pieces were written during the s, a period in which Russian prose style revealed the influence of experimental poetry and the cinema of such innovators as Eisenstein, Dovzhenko, and Dziga and political realities of the time are foreshadowed in a variety of styles, ranging from romanticism to swift ellipses, or montage.

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