Dutch Contributions to the Twelfth International Congress of Slavists: Literature : Kraków, August 26-September 3, 1998

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Willem G. Weststeijn
Rodopi, 1999 - 239 pages
From the contents: The world is vast (Bulgarian exile writers between two cultures) (Elka Agoston-Nikolova). - The charge against Andrej Sinjavskij (Martine Artz). - Some remarks on Valerij Brjusov's reputation as a 'poet without poetry' (Otto Boele). - Visions and hallucinations in Elena Guro's Bednyj rycar' (M.G. de Bruin). - Idalia's role in the semiotic space of Slowacki's Fantazy (A.G.F. van Holk). - Politika partii v oblasti literatury v SSSR (1934-1982) (Marina Konstantinova).

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Marina Konstantinova
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