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Crosscurrents: Russia's Literature in Context
Embodying what is specific to a single culture as well as what is common to all humankind, literature has always been a privileged mode of discourse in Russia. “Crosscurrents” takes cognizance of Russian literature’s simultaneous particularity and universality by exploring the aesthetic, cultural, political, temporal, and geographical contexts in which it has been written. Monographs and edited collections in the series focus on literature written across cultural periods, geographical divides, and intellectual disciplines. We welcome proposals and manuscripts focused on the intersections between literature and law, religion, philosophy, science, film, the arts, and other disciplines as well as on Russian émigré literature, literature written in Russian by non-Russians, and comparisons of different cultural periods.
Marcia Morris (
Eliot Borenstein, Lioudmila Fedorova, Deborah A. Martinsen, Amy D. Ronner, Ilya Vinitsky, and Peter Rollberg
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Chekhov's Letters: Biography, Context, Poetics
CAROL APOLLONIO AND RADISLAV LAPUSHIN -
CAROL APOLLONIO; ROSAMUND BARTLETT; LIYA BUS...
Lexington Books • October 2018 • Monograph
Physical Pain and Justice: Greek Tragedy and the Russian Novel
Lexington Books • October 2017 • Monograph