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Odoevsky"s four pathways into modern fiction
by Manchester University Press, Distributed in the United States exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan in Manchester, New York
Written in English
This book takes four stories by the Russian romantic author Vladimir Odoevsky to illustrate "pathways", developed further by subsequent writers, into modern fiction.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PG3337.O3 Z616 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 168 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||2011381045|
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This book takes four stories by the Russian Romantic author Vladimir Odoevsky to illustrate ‘pathways’, developed further by subsequent writers, into modern fiction.
Featured here are: the artistic (musical story), the rise of science fiction, psychic aspects of the detective story, and of confession in the : Neil Cornwell.
This book takes four stories by the Russian Romantic author Vladimir Odoevsky to illustrate ‘pathways’, developed further by subsequent writers, into modern fiction. Featured here are: the artistic (musical story), the rise of science fiction, psychic aspects of the detective story, and of confession in the : Hardcover.
Get this from a library. Odoevsky's four pathways into modern fiction: a comparative study. [Neil Cornwell] -- This book takes four stories by the Russian romantic author Vladimir Odoevsky to illustrate 'pathways', developed further by subsequent writers, into modern fiction.
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Odoevskys four pathways into modern fiction: A comparative study. "Provides an introduction to a vast national culture, covering the 10th to the 20th centuries. The range of selections in this ambitious book is thoughtful. Recommended". -- Library Journal"One of the most comprehensive anthologies of Russian literature in English ever published, in terms of its chronological span and inclusion of genres".
The rest of the book compares early Greek notions of nature to concepts in modern physics, such as atomic theory, quantum mechanics, relativity, the unified field theory, and the Higgs boson.
The best way to get acquainted with Dostoyevsky is by reading Crime and Punishment. One of the best-known books by the author, as well as a must-read for all Russian kids at school, this one is truly a classic.
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The BBC Culture website has chosen as “the greatest year for books ever”. Hemingway’s debut, Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway and The Great Gatsby certainly made for a. The Guardian - Back to home Dramatists should take a leaf out of Dostoevsky's book. There is something about language that, given time, mistakes have a habit of turning into the norm.
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Discuss Heart of Darkness as a modernist experiment in fiction Presentation of time Language Psychological realism Subjectivity leads to the acknowledgment of dual time: clock time and internal clock (psychological time) - there is no clear cut line of division between these two.
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When this work one that contributes to both the history and anthropology fields first appeared init was hailed as a landmark study of the role of folklore in nation-building.
It has since been highly influential in reshaping the analysis of Greek and European cultural Price: $ This small book is a quick Dostoevsky study including a biography, chronological list of Dostoevsky's works, survey of Dostoevsky's major fiction and four essays titled, "Dostoevsky--the journalist and political figure," "Dostoevsky's Philosophic and Religious Thought," "Dostoevsky the psychologist" and "Dostoevsky's Novelistic Craftsmanship.".
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Dostoevsky then foresaw how man’s rebellion against the Transcendent would progressively accelerate into full-blown anarchy. This idea became a.If you are 55 or younger (as a guestimate), then you have grown up in an age in which science fiction has been a major genre of the culture (whether as writing or movies, television, etc.).
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