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Three Russian Writers and the Irrational: Zamyatin, Pil'Nyak, and Bulgakov - Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature (Paperback)
  • Three Russian Writers and the Irrational: Zamyatin, Pil'Nyak, and Bulgakov - Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature (Paperback)

Three Russian Writers and the Irrational: Zamyatin, Pil'Nyak, and Bulgakov - Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 30/04/2009
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The idea of man as an essentially irrational being has preoccupied some of the most influential of Russian thinkers, including the three important Soviet writers considered by Dr Edwards in this book. Since the 1917 Revolution the polemic between rationalists and irrationalists has become directly relevant to the way life is lived in the Soviet Union, and a knowledge of the irrationalist point of view is essential for an understanding of much of Soviet literature and of the foundations of Soviet dissidence. As with other titles in this series, this book is not intended simply for the specialist. The broad speculations arising from the subject will fascinate all those who take a serious interest in the Russian literary tradition; a tradition whose principal figures have been concerned to reject philosophical and political creeds that, in seeking to produce a perfect human being in a perfect society, point in fact towards a vision of hell.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521109857

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