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2008 | 17 | 1 | 93-102
Article title

CENSORSHIP WITHOUT CENSORSHIP. PARTICULARITIES OF THE LITERARY LIFE OF THE RUSSIAN PARIS (Cenzura bez cenzury. Osobitosti literarneho zivota ruskeho Pariza)

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Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
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The political control of the literary activities in the former Soviet Union was a sad reality but not even the literary work of the emigrants could avoid the censorship. The author was allowed to create - but the necessity of publishing in emigrant press and earning his living by literature, similarly to the situation in the USSR, brought to him some creative restrictions, including those ideological. As a pars pro toto the author of the study deals with the case of the Parisian emigrant magazine 'Sovremennye zapiski' published by the SR members, in which among others appeared such personalities as Bunin, Gippius, Nabokov, Tsvetaeva, Merezhkovsky, Shmelov. Not even these great names, however, were able to avoid the restrictions, which the advisory board could afford because of political reasons. The autor on the basis of several literary documents, diaries and memories reconstructs the image of the contemporary functioning of the magazine 'Sovremennye zapiski'
Year
Volume
17
Issue
1
Pages
93-102
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Jurii A. Azarov, Institut mirovoi literatury, im. A. M. Gorkogo RAN, Povarskaya 25A, Moskva, Russian Federation, www.slovakreview.sav.sk
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
09SKAAAA06058
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.402f1d61-beaa-37c7-80d9-78bd9d2c7f68
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