Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Browse Collections of Items
The Feminine Eros as the motive force of Russian history: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s intertextual dialogue with Marina Tsvetaeva (2015-07-07)This dissertation focuses on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s historicized poetics of femininity, that is, his representation of women from a diversity of social classes and demographic groups, in specific oppressive or traumatic ...
(2015-05-08)ABSTRACT This dissertation is an endeavor to read Russian classics by concentrating on the economic mechanisms underlying the works' plot development, rather than on the metaphysical and psychological issues involving ...
(2001)In Chapter I, I examine the writings and activities of Nikolai Glazkov (1919--79), who must be considered the single most important avant-garde author of the 1940's. In Chapter II, I discuss various avant-garde groups, as ...
(1999)This study examines the symbolism of female figures and characters in the full range of Fedor Sologub's literary works over the course of his entire career as a writer and demonstrates their importance in conveying the ...
(1997)The dissertation is divided into 13 chapters. Chapters 1-3 provide the ethnobiological context. Chapter 4 discusses semantic classification systems of bird names, and chapters 5-11 contain individual bird name entries for ...