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This collection explores the interaction between visual and verbal artists in Russia in the 19th and 20th centuries. It highlights instances of semiotic interplay between the two artistic media, revealing basic assumptions that Russian culture has maintained about the world and about itself. The book should appeal to scholars interested in Russian history, literature and art, as well as to a broad readership interested in questions of cultural semiotics and the theory of art.
University Press of Florida
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