Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy (Google eBook)

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Stanford University Press, 1992 - 285 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Repetition in Tolstoy
13
The Structure of Characters Experience
68
Relationships Among Characters
136
Theme as Multiple Perspective
151
and Nikolai
174
Intertextual Repetition in Tolstoy
180
Afterword
225
Works Cited
231
Index
241
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JSTOR: Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy
Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1998. ix + 245 pp. $49.50 In approaching this book, ...
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The thesis of this book is that repetition is central to Tolstoy's art. The author argues that Tolstoy uses this device to represent and examine the ...
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Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy. Viktor Shklovskii. Material i stil’ v romane L’va Tolstogo ‘Voina i mir’ and “Art as. Technique.” ...
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Introduction
1995; Natasha Sankovitch, “Creating and Recovering Experience: Repetition in Tolstoy,” Doctoral. dissertation, Stanford University, 1992; ...
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