Russian Cultural Studies: An Introduction

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Russiahad become evident, there were signs that a new division was emerging in Russian literature: some émigré writers such as Zinovii Zinik had come to feel that their works were ignored just as much by the public of the new Russiaas by the previous Soviet regime.40

40. 40 We are grateful to Julian Graffyfor this information based on interviews with Zinik.


Suggested further reading

Literature, 1917-1953:

Brown, E. J., Russian Literature since the Revolution, rev. edn. ( Cambridge, Mass., 1982).

Clowes, E. W., Russian Experimental Fiction. Resisting Ideology after Utopia ( Princeton, 1993).

Crouch, M., and Porter, R. (eds.), Understanding Soviet Politics Through Literature: A Book of Readings ( London, 1984).

Erlich, V., Modernism and Revolution: Russian Literature in Transition ( Cambridge, Mass., 1994).

Hingley, R., Russian Writers and Soviet Society, 1917-1978( London, 1979).

Janecek, G., The Look of Russian Literature: Avant-Garde Visual Experiments 1900-1930( Princeton, 1984).

Kasack, W., Dictionary of Russian Literature since 1917 ( New York, 1988).

Kelly, C., A History of Russian Women's Writing, 1820-1991 ( Oxford, 1994).

Maguire, R. A., 'Red Virgin Soil': Soviet Literature in the 1920's ( Princeton, 1968).

Mathewson, R., The Positive Hero in Russian Literature, 2ndedn. ( Stanford, Calif., 1975).

Moser, C. C.(ed.), The Cambridge History of Russian Literature ( Cambridge, 1992).

Shepherd, D., Beyond Metafiction: Self-Consciousness in Soviet Literature ( Oxford, 1992).

Struve, G., Russian Literature under Lenin and Stalin: 1917-1953 ( London, 1972).

Thomson, B., The Premature Revolution: Russian Literature and Society, 1917-1946 ( London, 1972).

Cultural and literary policy:

Borland, H., Soviet Literary Theory and Practice During the First Five-Year Plan ( New York, 1950).

Brown, E. J., The Proletarian Episode in Russian Literature, 1928-1932 ( New York, 1953).

Dewhirst, M., and Farrell, R.(eds.), The Soviet Censorship ( Metuchen, NJ, 1973).

Dunham, V., In Stalin's Time: Middleclass Values in Soviet Fiction ( London, 1976; repr. Cambridge 1979).

Eastman, M., Artists in Uniform: A Study of Literature and Bureaucratism ( London, 1934).

Fitzpatrick, S.(ed.), Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-1931 ( Bloomington, Ind., 1984).

Garrard, J., and Garrard, C., Inside the Soviet Writers' Union ( London, 1990).

Gleason, A., Kenez, P., and Stites, R.(eds.), Bolshevik Culture: Experiment and Order in the Russian Revolution ( Bloomington, Ind., 1985).

Grayson, J., and Hosking, G. A. (eds.), Ideology and Russian Literature ( London, 1990).

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