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Items related to Evgenii Zamiatin i Kul'tura XX Veka: Issledovaniia. This collection includes recent publications about and by the great Russian writer Evgenii Zamiatin (1884-1937).
Items related to Evgenii Zamiatin i Kul'tura XX Veka: Issledovaniia. none Evgenii Zamiatin i Kul'tura XX Veka: Issledovaniia i Publikatsii. ISBN 13: 9785819201527. It features: new sources for the writer's biography, articles about his plays, his social activity, materials on the history of the publication of his novel We, some of his early stories, correspondence with A. Akhmatova, S. Vengerov, K. Chukovskii, and others.
issledovanii͡a︡ i publikat͡s︡ii Other Titles. Evgeniĭ Zami͡a︡tin i kulʹtura 20. veka, Evgeniĭ Zami͡a︡tin i kulʹtura dvadt͡s︡atogo veka.
Evgeniĭ Zami͡a︡tin i kulʹtura XX veka. Evgeniĭ Zami͡a︡tin i kulʹtura XX veka Close. issledovanii͡a︡ i publikat͡s︡ii. Published 2002 by Rossiĭskai͡a︡ nat͡s︡ionalʹnai͡a︡ biblioteka in Sankt-Peterburg. Includes bibliographical references and index. Includes letters and other texts by Zami͡a︡tin.
Kern, Gary, "Evgenii Ivanovich Zamiatin (1884–1937)," Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 272: Russian Prose Writers Between the World Wars . Zamiatin in Newcastle: The Green Wall and The Pink Ticket". 272: Russian Prose Writers Between the World Wars, Thomson-Gale, 2003, 454–474. Kern, Gary, ed (1988).
The article is devoted to the study of the phenomena of manipulation and censorship in the Russian literary culture of the 20th century. Finding connection between institutional censorship, determined by the state policy in different countries and manipulation, the author identifies possible scenarios of conscious and unconscious manipulation. Based on the examples of the existing translations of fiction from English into Russian the manipulative strategies, used by translators to deal with the censorship restrictions are identified.
Mass culture refers to the mass-produced and mass mediated forms of consumer culture that emerged in the 20th century Full-length profile portrait of Turkman woman, standing on a carpet at th. .
Mass culture refers to the mass-produced and mass mediated forms of consumer culture that emerged in the 20th century. Some schools of philosophy, such as Marxism and critical theory, have argued that culture is often used politically as a tool of the elites to manipulate the lower classes and create a false consciousness, and such perspectives are common in the discipline of cultural studies Full-length profile portrait of Turkman woman, standing on a carpet at the entrance to a yurt, dressed in traditional clothing and jewelry.
I Am Working at the Intersection of Economics and Education'. Their analysis allows us to consider the philosophical and literary works of the 18th century as part of intellectual culture and experience, with which Karamzin set about creating the History. Fragments of drafts are published for the first time.
Kul’tura, 2010, no. 16, pp. 233-237. Postmodernizm: Iskusstvo vtoroi poloviny XX - nachala XXI veka. 8. Fisher E. Nekotorye soobrazheniya ob otnosheniyakh odezhdy, ukrashenii i tela v dizaine, Teoriya mody. St. Petersburg, Azbuka-Klassika Publ. 2007, 488 p. For citation: Perfilyeva . The Artistic Jewelry of England (the Second Half of the 20th - Beginning of the 21st Century). Observatory of Culture.
The book based on the wide circle of primary and secondary sources and . Osnovnye napravlenija razvitija russkoj kul'tury v XIX -nachale XX v. Vestnik RUDN.
The book based on the wide circle of primary and secondary sources and archival materials. The eve of the World War I found the Russian musical culture and society on the threshold of the new and expanding aesthetic trend that would remain prominent after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 and the first years of the Soviet power.
Evgenii Zamiatin's reputation rests on the pivotal role he played in the .
Evgenii Zamiatin's reputation rests on the pivotal role he played in the development of Russian modernism. This study presents a different and complementary view of Zamiatin as a writer whose fiction, whilst certainly modernist, conformed to what Eikhenbaum termed 'literary Populism'. Zamiatin's intimate knowledge of the Russian provinces and the world of folk-religious culture are key elements in the skaz-style conceit which underpins his early fiction. This study stresses Zamiatin's enormous debt to such writers as Leskov and Remizov, and locates his work within a rich tradition of ethnographic belles-lettres and oral-based fiction.
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