An English edition of all of Pushkin's critical writing, both on his own work and on a wide range of European literature which he read and studied. It is designed to serve as a key to the poet's workshop and to demonstrate that he absorbed the literary experiences of many cultures.
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Pushkin on Literature approaches Pushkin's literary accomplishment from a unique perspective: it focuses on Pushkin the critic and on his passion-are enthusiasm, volatile judgments, joy, frustration and fascination with the literary world that surrounded him. This is the only English-language edition of the complete set of Pushkin's critical writing, both on his own work and on the wide range of European literature - Byron, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Milton - which he read and studied, and which so profoundly influenced his own writing, is organized into sections, each featuring a biographical survey of Pushkin's activities during the period covered. These extracts from Pushkin's letters, articles, and working notes provide a complete chronological record of the artist's literary evolution and provide a fascinating glimpse into the poet's intellectual passions.Language Notes:
Text: English, Russian (translation)
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Descrizione libro Athlone Press, 2000. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 485112973