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Andrew is Professor of Russian Literature at Keele University
Автор: Joe Andrew Название: Russian Writers and Society . Their fiction confirms that the consequences of these relationships for nineteenth-century Americans meant thinking about more than the legal structure of racial identity.
1982 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 7 x . 0 cm Основная тема: Literature Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии.
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Published 1982 by Humanities Press in Atlantic Highlands, . History and criticism, Literature and society, Political and social views, Russian Authors, Russian literature. Bibliography: p. 220-228.
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The writers of the regressive trend by way of protest against severe reality tried to lead the reader away from life into the world of dreams and . At the end of the century this reactionary theory found its expression in decadence.
The writers of the regressive trend by way of protest against severe reality tried to lead the reader away from life into the world of dreams and beauty. A decadent trend in literature first appeared in France at the end of the 19th century. The French word "decadence" means "decline" (of art or of literature). The decadent writers rejected realism in art, they created their own cult of beauty and proclaimed the theory of "pure art".
Professor of Russian Literature Joe Andrew. Russian writers and society in the seco.