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by A. Mandelker

eBook The Supernatural in Slavic and Baltic literature: Essays in honor of Victor Terras ePub
Author: A. Mandelker
Language: English
ISBN: 089357192X
ISBN13: 978-0893571924
Publisher: Slavica Publishers (1988)
Pages: 402
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 287
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ePub file: 1489 kb
Fb2 file: 1826 kb

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New York: Basic Books. Maiakovskii, Vladimir. Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis: Four Modes of Intersection. The Supernatural in Slavic and Baltic Literature: Essays in Honor of Victor Terras. Columbus: Slavica, 261–74. Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1–38. Slavic and East European Journal 34, 523–24. Tolstoy’s Pierre Bezukhov: A Psychoanalytic Study. Irène Masing-Delic, Amy Mandelker, Roberta Faye Reeder. A Painted Lady: Ekphrasis in Anna Karenina.

The Supernatural in Slavic and Baltic Literature: Essays in Honor of Victor Terras. Lermontov’s Farewell to Unwashed Russia: A Study in Narcissistic Rage. Slavic and East European Journal 37, 293–304. The Couvade of Peter the Great: A Psychoanalytic Aspect of The Bronze Horseman.

Perlina, ‘Travels in the Land of Cockaigne, Sluggards’ Land, and Dikana: Mythological Roots of Gogol’s Carnival Poetics’, in A. Mandelker and R. Reeder, ed. The Supernatural in Slavic and Baltic Literature: Essays in Honour of Victor Terras (Salvica Publishers, Columbus, 1988), pp. 57–71, at p. 6. oogle Scholar. That number includes 41 poems, 5 novels and short stories, 3 plays, 10 essays, one tale, one literary discourse, and one autobiography. Ed. by Amy Mandelker and Roberta Reeder. Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, 1988. The article provides a bibliographic survey of these works.

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