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Segel not only examines the literary response to the quasi-colonial oppression that stretched across Eastern Europe .

Segel not only examines the literary response to the quasi-colonial oppression that stretched across Eastern Europe between 1945 and 1991 but also details the impact of the downfall of communism and the way in which the challenges of the postcommunist period are being met. Segel's history follows a unique l approach that begins with the treatment of World War II in Eastern European fiction and follows with such topics as the postwar imposition of Soviet-style literary controls, primarily in the form of socialist realism; literary responses to the brutal campaign of co. .

The cessation of hostilities in 1945 found much of Eastern Europe in ruins.

Published by: Columbia University Press. The cessation of hostilities in 1945 found much of Eastern Europe in ruins. The calamitous toll in human lives was paralleled by the wholesale destruction of property and the loss of countless cultural artifacts.

Segel, Harold (2008). The Columbia Literary History of Eastern Europe since 1945. New York: Columbia University Press. p. 225. ISBN 0-231-13306-5. Blair, Dike (August 1995).

Автор: Segel, Harold B. Название: Columbia literary history of eastern europe since .

Описание: This book explores how the countries of Eastern Europe, which were formerly part of the Soviet bloc have, since the end of communist rule, developed a new ideology of their place in the world.

Harold B. Segel is professor emeritus of Slavic literatures and of comparative literature at Columbia University. He is the author of over a dozen books, two of ury Russian Drama from Gorky to the Present and Turn-of the-Century Cabaret: Berlin, Munich, Paris, Barcelona, Vienna, Krakow, St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Zurich-were published by Columbia University Press.

The Columbia Guide to the Literatures of Eastern Europe Since 1945 - The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945 (Hardback). Harold B. Segel (author). The two-part general bibliography lists references to books and articles only in English. The first part contains works of a general nature on Eastern Europe, primarily but not exclusively after 1945. The second cites works, listed by country, that fall into four categories: histories, literary histories, anthologies, and monographs on genres and movements. Publisher: Columbia University Press ISBN: 9780231114042 Number of pages: 512 Weight: 1403 g Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 41 mm.

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Lost in the Shadow of the Word: Space, Time, and Freedom in Interwar Eastern Europe. The Rise of the Congregational System. East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450–1450, Vol. 37. Brill: Leiden, 2016. vi, 292 pp. Appendix. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2016.

Segel not only examines the literary response to the quasi-colonial oppression that stretched across Eastern. The Columbia Guide to the Literature of Eastern Europe Since 1945. Death of Tarelkin and Other Plays: The Trilogy of Alexander Sukhovo Kobylin (Russian Theatre Archive Series ; Vol. 7)). Segel, Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin. Twentieth-Century Russian Drama: From Gorky to the Present (PAJ Books).

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Covering Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, East Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine, Harold B. Segel, a longtime scholar of Slavic literatures and of comparative literature, writes a clear, concise, and balanced history of Eastern European literature. Segel not only examines the literary response to the quasi-colonial oppression that stretched across Eastern Europe between 1945 and 1991 but also details the impact of the downfall of communism and the way in which the challenges of the postcommunist period are being met.Segel's history follows a unique chronological-topical approach that begins with the treatment of World War II in Eastern European fiction and follows with such topics as the postwar imposition of Soviet-style literary controls, primarily in the form of socialist realism; literary responses to the brutal campaign of collectivization after 1945; the impact of the death of Stalin and expectations of change; exile and creativity; strategies of literary evasion and subterfuge; writing born from the experience of prison and labor camps; and the rise of solidarity in Poland. He also handles varieties of postmodernism throughout the region; poetry by women and the continued struggle for freedom of expression; the resonance of the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s on imaginative literature; Eastern European writers and their relationship to America; and the major postcommunist trends of new urbanism, nostalgia, emigration, and minority concerns.
The Columbia Literary History of Eastern Europe Since 1945 download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Harold Segel
ISBN: 0231133065
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press (May 2, 2008)
Pages: 424 pages