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David M. Bethea

Full Name: David M. Bethea
Number of Works: 8
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ISBN: 0691065594, 9780691065595
Keywords: art, life, khodasevich
Pages: 408
Published: 1983
  • Rating: 100%
ISBN: 0299159701, 9780299159702
Keywords: life, poet, pushkin, alexander, metaphors, realizing
Pages: 262
Published: 1998
  • Rating: 80%

    Readers often have regarded with curiosity the creative life of the poet. In this passionate and authoritative new study, David Bethea illustrates the relation between the art and life of nineteenth-century poet Alexander Pushkin, the central figure in Russian thought and culture. Bethea shows how Pushkin, on the eve of his two-hundredth birthday, still speaks to our time. He indicates how we as modern readers might "realize"— that is, not only grasp cognitively, but feel, experience—the promethean metaphors central to the poet's intensely "scul
ISBN: 0691067465, 9780691067469
Keywords: fiction, russian, modern, apocalypse, shape
Pages: 307
Published: 1989

David Bethea examines the distinctly Russian view of the "end" of history in five major works of modern Russian fiction.
ISBN: 0299195600, 9780299195601
Keywords: handbook, pushkin
Pages: 708
Published: 2006
ISBN: 0253311616, 9780253311610
Keywords: puskin
Pages: 276
Published: 1993

Since the nineteenth century, the great Russian writer Alexander Pushkin has been a cultural myth, a figure absolutely central to Russian culture, even to "Russianness" itself. In this volume distinguished American Slavists address Pushkin's writings from a multiplicity of contemporary literary perspectives and investigate some of the most puzzling issues in the poet's life and work.
ISBN: 0691014612, 9780691014616
Keywords: splendid
Pages: Unknown
Published: 1920