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"Sots-art," the mock use of the Soviet ideological cliches of mass culture, originated in Soviet nonconformist art of the early 1970s. This text examines literary Sots-art on several levels. The book is divided into three parts, the first conceptual, the second on Sots-art poetry, and the third on Sots-art prose. "Endquote" provides informative guidance in understanding Russian culture.
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The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Russian Literature - Cambridge Companions to Literature (Hardback)
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