Soviet Literary Characters: An Investigation into the Portrayal of Soviet Men in Russian Prose, 1917-1953

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FOREWORD

Grants from the Foundation Croiset van der Kop and from the Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Pure Research (Z.W.O.) enabled me to make the researches required for this study. Moreover, I received another grant from the same Organization for the English translation and for the publication of the book. I herewith express my profound gratitude for this important financial assistance.

For their kindness in procuring me various materials thanks are also due to the staffs of the following institutes: Bibliothéque nationale, Institut d'études slaves, Bibliothéque de l'Ecole nationale des langues orientales vivantes, Bibliothéque de documentation intenationale contemporaine, of Paris; Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and Institute for the Study of the USSR, of Munich; University Libraries of Amsterdam and Leyden; International Institute for Social History and Russian Institute of Amsterdam.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Foreword 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • I - Literary Types in the First Period (1917-1929) 11
  • II - Literary Types in the Second Period (1929-1934) 75
  • III - Literary Types in the Third Period (1934-1941) 107
  • IV - Literary Types in the Fourth Period (1946-1953) 129
  • Conclusion 157
  • Bibliography 169
  • Index of Authors 171
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