The Soviet novel : history as ritual

Katerina Clark

Deploying analytical tools drawn from anthropology, history and literary theory, Katerina Clark's path-breaking study explores the evolution of the socialist realist novel as a myth-like genre. Blending intellectual and literary history, Clark traces the development of the novel's master plot from its origins in the mid-19th century to its end at the close of the 20th.

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  • Introduction: the Distinctive role of Socialist Realism in Soviet Culture I. Socialist Realism before 1932 1. What Socialist Realism Is and What Led to Its Adoption as the Official Method of Soviet Literature 2. The Positive Hero in Prevolutionary Fiction 3. Socialist Realist Classics of the Twenties II. High Stalinist Culture 4. The Machine and the Garden: Literature and the Metaphors for the New Society 5. The Stalinist Myth of the "Great Family" 6. The Sense of Reality in the Heroic Age III. An Analysis of the Conventional Soviet Novel 7. The Prototypical Plot 8. Three Auxiliary Patterns of Ritual Sacrifice IV. Soviet Fiction since World War II 9. The Post-war Stalin Period (1944-53) 10. The Khrushchev Years 11. Paradise Lost or Paradise Regained? Conclusion Appendix A: The Master Plot as Exemplified in the Production Novel and Other Basic Types of Novel of the Stalin Period Appendix B: The Official Short List of Model Novels as Inferred from Speeches to Writers' Union Congresses Afterword Notes Select Bibliography Index

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書名 The Soviet novel : history as ritual
著作者等 Clark, Katerina
Clark Katerina (Yale University USA)
出版元 Indiana University Press
刊行年月 c2000
版表示 3rd ed
ページ数 xv, 320 p.
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 0253337038
9780253213679
NCID BA56121863
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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