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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 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 ...
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 ...