This work explores the cultural implications of prominent images in Russian thought and literature devoted to the Stalin era since the dictator's death in 1953. Author of the works discussed include some of the most important Russian writers of the past four decades: Solzhenitsyn, Vasilii Grossman, Vladimir Voinovich, Anatolii Rybackov among others.
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'... interesting and valuable study...' --Choice
'In marshalling evidence of politically and psychologically illuminating motifs, Ziolkowski has filled in important details in our still nebulous picture of post-Stalin Soviet literature and has alerted us to patterns that bear watching as we read and teach.' --Slavic Review
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Book Description Camden House, 1998. Book Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP11261232
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