Voicing the Distant: Shakespeare and Russian Modernist Poetry

Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2004 - 149 sidor
"The study aims to show that, within Russian cultural context, all functions of the Shakespearean text came to full actualization only at the time of literary modernism. In Russian modernist poetry, Shakespearean themes and images broke out beyond the constraints of the plot, gained a personal immediacy, and reached the level of a linguistic system capable of generating potentially endless meanings. The semiotic character of the Shakespearean text, brought to the foreground by Russian modernists, was conducive to generic, cultural, and stylistic transpositions (from the tragic to the lyric, from the social to the personal, the from the plot to the word) taking place in Russian poetry of the period.

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