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Russian Postmodernism
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Russian postmodernism refers to the cultural, artistic, and philosophical condition in Russia since the downfall of the Soviet Union and dialectical materialism. With respect to statements about post-Soviet philosophy or sociology, the term is primarily used by non-Russians to describe the state of economic and political uncertainty they observe since the fall of communism and the way this uncertainty affects Russian identity. ''Postmodernism'' is, however, a term often used by Russian critics to describe contemporary Russian art and literature.

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Internet Newspaper as a Product of Russian Post...
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Emergence of digital technologies has caused debates among scholars about what role and impacts the Internet will have in our society. The diversity of positions regards the Internet ranges from the hypothesis that the new medium is just another reinforcement of previous media to a belief that it is a new powerful tool for mass manipulation. This book is an attempt to explore some features of the Internet as a postmodernist phenomenon. Using Russian media as a case study, this work seeks to explore the correlations between electronic media and the post-Soviet society. The relevant mass media theories and critical works are reviewed and taken as a the foundation of this research. An examination of Russian media is performed on the examples of two periodicals: Trud and Komsomolskaya Pravda. Essential criteria of the analysis are functions of the periodicals, their content and methods of representation during the Soviet and post-Soviet periods. The study argues that the Post-Soviet press and particularly Internet newspapers have become a product of Russian postmodernism, which is a combination of Socialist Realism traces and innovative avant-garde trends.

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Internet Newspaper as a Product of Russian Post...
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Emergence of digital technologies has caused debates among scholars about what role and impacts the Internet will have in our society. The diversity of positions regards the Internet ranges from the hypothesis that the new medium is just another reinforcement of previous media to a belief that it is a new powerful tool for mass manipulation. This book is an attempt to explore some features of the Internet as a postmodernist phenomenon. Using Russian media as a case study, this work seeks to explore the correlations between electronic media and the post-Soviet society. The relevant mass media theories and critical works are reviewed and taken as a the foundation of this research. An examination of Russian media is performed on the examples of two periodicals: Trud and Komsomolskaya Pravda. Essential criteria of the analysis are functions of the periodicals, their content and methods of representation during the Soviet and post-Soviet periods. The study argues that the Post-Soviet press and particularly Internet newspapers have become a product of Russian postmodernism, which is a combination of Socialist Realism traces and innovative avant-garde trends.

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Khvan, Irina: Internet Newspaper as a Product o...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 26.05.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Internet Newspaper as a Product of Russian Postmodernism, Titelzusatz: Post Soviet Media and Internet, Autor: Khvan, Irina, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Geisteswissenschaften allgemein, Seiten: 116, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 189 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Unreading Rilke
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For too long, Rainer Maria Rilke's poetry has been glorified without looking at the man behind the author of the Duino Elegies, Sonnets to Orpheus, and the Dinggedichte . Rilke was a liar, an opportunist, and a terrible father. Unreading Rilke subjects his oeuvre to a critical, unorthodox reading. The essays collected in this book offer new insights into Rilke's psyche, his Duino Elegies , his impact on Hollywood and Russian art, and his influence on other authors. Literary theory, postmodernism, cultural studies, gender studies, and psychoanalysis help debunk the myth of Rainer Maria Rilke.This book contains contributions in English and German.

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Unreading Rilke
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For too long, Rainer Maria Rilke's poetry has been glorified without looking at the man behind the author of the Duino Elegies, Sonnets to Orpheus, and the Dinggedichte . Rilke was a liar, an opportunist, and a terrible father. Unreading Rilke subjects his oeuvre to a critical, unorthodox reading. The essays collected in this book offer new insights into Rilke's psyche, his Duino Elegies , his impact on Hollywood and Russian art, and his influence on other authors. Literary theory, postmodernism, cultural studies, gender studies, and psychoanalysis help debunk the myth of Rainer Maria Rilke.This book contains contributions in English and German.

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Polyphony in Fiction
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The overall aim of this book is the application of stylistic theories and frameworks to literary texts for a deeper level of interpretation. For this purpose the author conducted an analysis based upon the concepts of 'polyphony' and 'focalization' of three novels from different literary periods commonly labeled 'Pre-modernism', 'Modernism', and 'Postmodernism', namely, George Eliot's Middlemarch (1871-2), Joseph Conrad's Nostromo (1904), and Saul Bellow's Herzog (1964). Inspired by the work of Russian linguist-philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin the author attempts to clarify stylistically how polyphony is textualized in each novel and how each mode of polyphony reflects less parochial literary and cultural trends.

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Polyphony in Fiction
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The overall aim of this book is the application of stylistic theories and frameworks to literary texts for a deeper level of interpretation. For this purpose the author conducted an analysis based upon the concepts of 'polyphony' and 'focalization' of three novels from different literary periods commonly labeled 'Pre-modernism', 'Modernism', and 'Postmodernism', namely, George Eliot's Middlemarch (1871-2), Joseph Conrad's Nostromo (1904), and Saul Bellow's Herzog (1964). Inspired by the work of Russian linguist-philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin the author attempts to clarify stylistically how polyphony is textualized in each novel and how each mode of polyphony reflects less parochial literary and cultural trends.

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Literature, History and Identity in Post-Soviet...
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This book analyses the relationship between literature, history and politics in post-Soviet Russia. It explores the impact of the collapse of the USSR on Russian literature and culture and the changing content and reception of fiction on historical themes under Presidents Yeltsin and Putin. It discusses the value of various theoretical concepts, such as postmodernism, trauma, nostalgia, and the notion of discourse as power, in analysing post-Soviet historical fiction.The book shows that Russian society's confrontation with its past has remained one of the main themes of Russian culture during the period 1991-2006. Notwithstanding the gradual decline of the literature of sensational disclosure associated with Gorbachev's perestroika , a more oblique investigation of many aspects of Russian and Soviet history and an interest in the philosophy of history have continued to be significant preoccupations of post-Soviet culture. Individual and family history continue to be explored in memoirs and autobiographical writings, while the history and destiny of Russia have been passionately debated in literary journals and the media, as Russians search for a new 'national idea' to fill the vacuum left by the collapse of communism.This study suggests that there is a remarkable continuity between post-Soviet literature and pre-revolutionary Russian literature and thought.

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