Nietzsche and Soviet Culture: Ally and Adversary

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Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal
Cambridge University Press, Sep 22, 1994 - History - 421 pages
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This 1994 pioneering study documents the extent and diversity of the impact of Nietzschean ideas on Soviet literature and culture. It shows how these ideas, unacknowledged and reworked, entered and shaped that culture and stimulated the imagination of both supporters and detractors of the regime.
 

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Contents

Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal
1
NIETZSCHE AND THE PREREVOLUTIONARY
25
NIETZSCHE AND SOVIET INITIATIVES
26
Nietzsche and the young Mayakovsky
35
pieces of
58
Nietzsches
84
Nietzschean leaders and followers in Soviet mass
127
Nietzschean implications and superhuman
174
Nietzschean motifs in the Komsomols
235
1o Nietzschean roots of Stalinist culture
256
Superman imagery in Soviet photography
287
Nietzschean myth
313
Mandelstam Nietzsche and the conscious
338
Nietzsches influence on the nonofficial culture
367
Index
414
Copyright

Nietzscheanism and the return of Pushkin
211

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