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Author Smoli︠a︡rova, Tatʹi︠a︡na,
Title Zrimai︠a︡ lirika. English
Three metaphors for life : Derzhavin's late poetry / Tatiana Smoliarova ; translated and edited Nancy Workman.
Imprint Brighton, MA : Published by Academic Studies Press, 2017.

Author Smoli︠a︡rova, Tatʹi︠a︡na,
Series Liber primus.
Subject Derzhavin, Gavriil Romanovich, 1743-1816 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Derzhavin, Gavriil Romanovich, 1743-1816. Fonarʹ.
Derzhavin, Gavriil Romanovich, 1743-1816. Zhiznʹ Zvanskai︠a︡.
Derzhavin, Gavriil Romanovich, 1743-1816. Raduga.
Russian literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Metaphor in literature.
Symbolism in literature.
Optics in literature.
Meteorology in literature.
Alt Name Meyer, Ronald, 1952-
Workman, Nancy, 1962-
Add Title 3 metaphors for life
Description 1 online resource.
Note Extensive revision of the "Zrimai︠a︡ lirika."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents In search of a metaphor: in place of an introduction -- Magic lantern (projection). A text in performance ; Shadows only ; Pregnant moments ; An attempt in the dramatic field -- Lanterns and lanternists. Laterna magica ; Citizen Robertson ; The fantasmagoria ; Rainbow (refraction). Unweaving the rainbow ; The meteorological cycle ; From allegory to ... allegory ; Magic made simple, or do-it-yourself ; Addison and his pleasures -- The limits of imitation. Apelles and his lines ; Camera obscura ; The child of Thaumas -- Garden of memory (reflection). The keys to Zvanka ; Beatus, my brother ; Essay on man ; The art of memory ; A peculiar vision: approaches to the text -- Nine views. Pleasures of imagination ; Choral vision ; Stanzas of solitude -- The poet's house. The bard lived there ; Zvanka's echo ; Pindar, Derzhavin, and the 1920s: in place of a conclusion.
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Summary This monograph explores this coexistence of ""archaist and innovator"" in the figure of late Derzhavin, Russian patriot and profoundly European artist.
ISBN 161811574X (e-book)
9781618115744 (electronic bk.)
9781618115737 (hardcover)
OCLC # 969973776
Additional Format Print version: Smoli︠a︡rova, Tatʹi︠a︡na. Three metaphors for life. Brighton, MA : Published by Academic Studies Press, 2017 9781618115737 (DLC) 2017002163.

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