Strolls with Pushkin

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Yale University Press , New Haven, London
Pushkin, A. S. -- 1799-
StatementAbram Tertz (Andrei Sinyavsky) ; translated by Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy and Slava I. Yastremski ; introduction by Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy ; notes by Slava I. Yastremski.
SeriesRussian literature and thought
The Physical Object
Pagination175p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21242443M
ISBN 100300052790

Feb 23,  · "In his Strolls with Pushkin, a brilliant and indispensable Russian literary iconoclast offers a stunningly original and a characteristically irreverent perspective on Russia's greatest dam-projects.com this much-acclaimed and much-assailed book has now been made available to English-speaking readers in an effective translation, bolstered by a richly informative commentary, calls for rejoicing.

By the middle of the last century, the official Soviet philology turned Alexander Pushkin into an idealized icon and sterile poetical dogma. But sooner or later dogmas start suffering from necrosis Strolls with Pushkin book Andrei Sinyavsky was the one who decided to fight this dead dogma so Strolls with Pushkin is a new approach to the poet’s oeuvre and his life.

Andrei Sinyavsky wrote Strolls with Pushkin while confined to Dubrovlag, a Soviet labor camp, smuggling the pages out a few at a Strolls with Pushkin book to his wife. His irreverent portrait of Pushkin outraged émigrés and Soviet scholars alike, yet his "disrespect" was meant only to rescue Pushkin from the stifling cult of personality that had risen up around dam-projects.com: Andrei Sinyavsky.

Strolls with Pushkin (Russian Library) - Kindle edition by Andrei Sinyavsky, Catharine Nepomnyashchy, Slava Yastremski, Michael Naydan, Olha Tytarenko. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Strolls with Pushkin (Russian Library).Author: Andrei Sinyavsky.

Andrei Sinyavsky wrote Strolls with Pushkin while confined to Dubrovlag, a Soviet labor camp, smuggling the pages out a few at a time to his wife. His irreverent portrait of Pushkin outraged émigrés and Soviet scholars alike, yet his "disrespect" was meant only to rescue Pushkin from the stifling cult of personality that had risen up around him.

Get this from a library. Strolls with Pushkin. [A Sini︠a︡vskiĭ; Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy; Slava Yastremski] -- Written while the author was in a Soviet labor camp, these musings deal with Pushkin's real life and poetry, drawing on street anecdotes and caricatures to.

In this way, during the nearly six years that he served (–) before his early release, Sinyavsky managed to write two books as letters to his wife, Marya Rozanova: A Voice from the Chorus, a wide-ranging collection of notes and reflections; and Strolls with Pushkin. He also began his book In Gogol’s Shadow.

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Book Description: Andrei Sinyavsky wroteStrolls with Pushkinwhile confined to Dubrovlag, a Soviet labor camp, smuggling the pages out a few at a time to his dam-projects.com irreverent portrait of Pushkin outraged émigrés and Soviet scholars alike, yet his "disrespect" was meant only to rescue Pushkin from the stifling cult of personality that had risen up around him.

The title Strolls with Pushkin symbolizes not simply a figurative walk with the famous Russian poet (as though an arm-in-arm companionable jaunt) but more a free-spirited ramble along unexpected. Mar 10,  · This is the first English translation of a work which caused a scandal in Russia when it originally appeared.

Sinyavksy wrote “Strolls with Pushkin” while he was imprisoned for his writings in a Soviet labour camp, smuggled it out in letters to his wife, and published it in emigration in 14 years later, the first excerpt was published in Russia.

May 16,  · Andrei Sinyavsky wrote Strolls with Pushkin while confined to Dubrovlag, a Soviet labor camp, smuggling the pages out a few at a time to his wife.

His irreverent portrait of Pushkin outraged emigres and Soviet scholars alike, yet his "disrespect" was meant only to rescue Pushkin from the stifling cult of personality that had risen up around him.4/5(21).

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Andrei Sinyavsky wrote Strolls with Pushkin while confined to Dubrovlag, a Soviet labor camp, smuggling the pages out a few at a time to his wife. His irreverent portrait of Pushkin outraged émigrés and Soviet scholars alike, yet his “disrespect" was meant only to rescue Pushkin from the stifling cult of personality that had risen up around him.

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Alexander Pushkin’s most popular book. BOOK REVIEW / Striptease of a Russian icon: 'Strolls with Pushkin' - Abram Tertz, trs Catherine Nepomnyashchy & Slava Ystremski: Yale, pounds Strolls with Pushkin was written in a camp. Oct 17,  · Alexander Pushkin was mortally wounded in a duel on the afternoon of January 27,at Chernaya Rechka, just outside Petersburg.

“It is thus that the figure of Pushkin remains in our memory—with a pistol,” Andrei Sinyavsky wrote in Strolls with Pushkin.* “Little Pushkin with a big pistol.

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Edited by Robert Chandler, translated by Catherine Theimer Nepomnyashchy and. INTRODUCTION. o the Western reader, Andrei Sinyavsky’s—or, more accurately, Abram Tertz’s—Strolls with Pushkin must seem an unlikely contender for the title of most controversial book.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Read more about this on Questia. Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin (pŏŏsh´kĬn, Rus. əlyĬksän´dər syĬrgā´yəvĬch pōōsh´kĬn), –, Russian poet and prose writer, among the foremost figures in Russian dam-projects.com was born in Moscow of an old noble family; his mother's grandfather was Abram Hannibal, the black general of Peter the Great.

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