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Author Ronen, Omry.
Title The fallacy of the silver age in twentieth-century Russian literature / Omry Ronen.
Imprint Amsterdam, Netherlands : Harwood Academic Pub., ©1997.

Author Ronen, Omry.
Series Sign/text/culture ; v. 1
Sign/text/culture ; v. 1.
Subject Russian literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Description 1 online resource (xxi, 114 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 103-110) and index.
Note Print version record.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
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Contents Introduction to the Series -- Series Editor's Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- 1 The Notion of the Russian Silver Age Today (starting p. 1) -- 2 "The Parnassus of the Silver Age" or "the Second Russian Renaissance"? (starting p. 7) / Sergei Makovskii, Nilolai Berdiaev -- 3 The Silver of Akhmatova, Tsvetaeva, Mandelshtam, and Gumilev (starting p. 19) -- 4 "The Silver Age" of Numbers (starting p. 39) -- 5 Vladimir Piast's Chronology and the Original Meaning of the Term "Silver Age of Russian Poetry" (starting p. 55) -- 6 The Detractors of Postsymbolism: "Ippolit Udushev" and "Gleb Marev" (starting p. 65) -- 7 The Adamantine Age, "the Golden Age in One's Pocket," and the Platinum Age (starting p. 81) -- Notes (starting p. 95) -- Literature (starting p. 103) -- Index (starting p. 111)
Summary "In this highly original study, Omry Ronen critically examines the term "Silver Age," which over the years has gained such wide currency among historians and connoisseurs of twentieth-century Russian culture. The author traces the origin and the controversial development of what he condemns as an influential misnomer. "I do not know who was the first to use this appellation, on whom the blame for launching it falls," lamented the late Russian-American literary historian, Gleb Struve. Ronen sets out to debunk the idea that attributes invention of the term to Nikolai Berdiaev, and in turn traces this widely used catchword in the critical idiom from an obscure avant-garde manifesto to the present day. He convincingly lays to rest the use of a term that he sees as the most misleading constituent of Russia's contemporary cultural self-awareness and self-assessment."--BOOK JACKET.
ISBN 0203986067 (electronic bk.)
9780203986066 (electronic bk.)
9057025493
9789057025495
9057025507
9789057025501
ISBN/ISSN 9786610148738
OCLC # 647824714
Additional Format Print version: Ronen, Omry. Fallacy of the silver age in twentieth-century Russian literature. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Harwood Academic Pub., ©1997 (OCoLC)36673240


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