Myth and Symbol in Soviet Fiction: Images of the Savior Hero, Great Mother, Anima, and Child in Selected Novels and Films (Studies in Slavic Language & Literature)
Myth and Symbol in Soviet Fiction: Images of the Savior Hero, Great Mother, Anima, and Child in Selected Novels and Films (Studies in Slavic Language & Literature) by Thomas F. Rogers
Myth and Symbol in Soviet Fiction: Images of the Savior Hero, Great Mother, Anima, and Child in Selected Novels and Films (Studies in Slavic Language & Literature) Author: Thomas F. Rogers
Title: Myth and Symbol in Soviet Fiction: Images of the Savior Hero, Great Mother, Anima, and Child in Selected Novels and Films (Studies in Slavic Language & Literature)
ISBN: 0773498494
ISBN13: 978-0773498495
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Pages: 348 pages
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (March 1, 1992)
Language: English
Category: Other
Size PDF version: 1602 kb
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Subcategory: Humanities




Outlining the archetypes of Soviet fiction, this text examines the recurrent and largely unconscious pattern from one author to the next over a period of some seven decades in Soviet letters. Authors studied include: Zamyatin, Babel, Olesha, Platonov, Bulgakov, Pasternek and Rasputin.