Exotic Moscow under Western eyes
Academic Studies Press
|Series:||Cultural revolutions : Russia in the twentieth century
|Collection:||JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-240) and index
- Nietzsche's Dionysus and Apollo in Turgenev's "Song of triumphant love"
- A change of gender roles : the Pygmalion motif in Jane Austen's Emma and Ivan Goncharov's Oblomov
- Clairvoyant mothers and erring sons : Dostoevsky's Crime and punishment and Conrad's Under Western eyes
- Rescuing culture from civilization : Gorky, Gogol, Sologub and the Mediterranean model
- The "castrator" Rogozhin and the "castrate" Smerdiakov : incarnations of Dostoevsky's 'devil-bearing' people?
- Who are the Tatars in Alexander Bolk's The homeland? : the East in the literary-ideological discourse of the Russian symbolists
- Gothic historiosophy : the Pani Katerina story in Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago
- Larissa-Lolita, or catharsis and dolor, in the artist-novels Doktor Zhivago and Lolita
- Survival of the superfluous: doubling and mimicry in Nabokov's Podvig-Glory
- Moscow in the tropics : exotica in Valerii Briusov's early urban poetry