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The Phantasmagoric Art of Sinyavsky-Tertz: a Soviet Writerʻs Response to His Literary and Social Milieu

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Title: The Phantasmagoric Art of Sinyavsky-Tertz: a Soviet Writerʻs Response to His Literary and Social Milieu
Authors: Darbyshire, Ann
Keywords: Art
Russian
Literature
Issue Date: 20 Nov 2015
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: There is perhaps no Soviet writer of the contemporary period who has explored the question of man's relation to himself and his society, and characterized the dilemmas of modern Soviet literature as clearly and relentlessly as has "Abram Tertz", the pseudonym adopted by the critic Andrei Sinyavsky for the publication of his works abroad. The creative use of language, the artistic style, and thoroughly remarkable world of fantasy that distinguish Sinyavsky-Tertz's writings place him in the forefront of current Soviet writers.
Pages/Duration: 53 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/37685
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