The Cambridge History of Russian Literature
Cambridge University Press, Apr 30, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 709 pages
An updated edition of this comprehensive narrative history, first published in 1989, incorporating a new chapter on the latest developments in Russian literature and additional bibliographical information. The individual chapters are by well-known specialists, and provide chronological coverage from the medieval period on, giving particular attention to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and including extensive discussion of works written outside the Soviet Union. The book is accessible to students and non-specialists, as well as to scholars of literature, and provides a wealth of information.
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THE LITERATURE OF OLD RUSSIA 9881730
THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY NEOCLASSICISM AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT 173090
THE TRANSITION TO THE MODERN AGE SENTIMENTALISM AND PREROMANTICISM 17901820
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY ROMANTICISM 182040
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY THE NATURAL SCHOOL AND ITS AFTERMATH 184055
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY THE AGE OF REALISM 185580
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY BETWEEN REALISM AND MODERNISM 188095
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