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'Post-Soviet neo-modernism' : an approach to 'postmodernism' and humour in the post-Soviet Russian fiction of Vladimir Sorokin, Vladimir Tuchkov and Aleksandr Khurgin
(University of St Andrews, 2011-06-23) - Thesis
The present work analyses the fiction of the post-Soviet Russian writers, Vladimir Sorokin, Vladimir Tuchkov and Aleksandr Khurgin against the background of the notion of post-Soviet Russian postmodernism. In doing so, ...
The generic originality of Iurii Tynianov's representation of Pushkin in the novels 'Pushkin' and 'The Gannibals'
(University of St Andrews, 2011) - Thesis
This thesis is the first extensive study devoted to the generic originality of Iurii Tynianov’s representation of Pushkin in his two historical novels, Pushkin (1935-1943) and the abandoned The Gannibals (1932). Chapter ...
Between two worlds : the fairy-tale novels of Aleksandr Fomich Vel'tman
(University of St Andrews, 2014) - Thesis
Between Two Worlds: The Fairy-Tale Novels of Aleksandr Fomich Vel'tman is a thesis devoted to four of the author’s novels published during the 1830s and 1840s: Koshchei bessmertnyi (1833), Svetoslavich, vrazhii pitomets ...
The work of Aleksandr Grin (1880-1932) : a study of Grin's philosophical outlook
(University of St Andrews, 2011-11-30) - Thesis
There has been to date no attempt at a detailed examination of Aleksandr Grin’s philosophical views interpreted on the basis of his literary work. Whilst some critics have noted interesting links between the writer’s ...