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RUSS0152

Russian Modernism

Russian Literature's "Bloody Age": Twentieth-Century Literature and Society (in English)
Writers die for literature in Russia. This course is a survey of Russian literature from before the Revolution to the present. Beginning with Chekhov's stories, we will read supernatural tales, futurist utopias, and harrowing realistic accounts of life in the prison camps of Siberia. Official, émigré, and underground literature will be read to show the complex role of literature in Russian life and politics. 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Russian
Department:
Russian
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
EUR LIT
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2010

RUSS0152A-F10 Lecture (Beyer)
RUSS0152B-F10 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2008

RUSS0152A-F08 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2008

RUSS0152A-S08 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2007

RUSS0152A-S07 Lecture (Davydov)

Spring 2006

RUSS0152A-S06 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2005

RUSS0152A-S05 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2004

RUSS0152A-S04 Lecture (Davydov)