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  1. Front Cover
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  1. Frontispiece, Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Introduction
  2. Catherine O’Neil, Nicole Bodreau, and Sarah Krive
  3. pp. vii-xii
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  1. Three Sources for Axmatova’s “Ne strašcaj menja groznoj sud’boj”
  2. pp. 13-31
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  1. Blok as Don Juan in Axmatova’s Poèma bez geroja
  2. pp. 32-49
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  1. Blok’s “Venecija” and Molnii iskusstva as Inspiration to Mandel’štam: Parallels in the Italian Materials
  2. pp. 50-65
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  1. Petersburg and the Plight of Russian Beauty: The Case of Mandel’štam’s Tristia
  2. pp. 66-90
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  1. Woods and Trees: Mandel’štam’s Use of Dante’s Inferno in “Preserve My Speech”
  2. pp. 91-102
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  1. Antimetabole in Rekviem: The Structural Disposition of Themes and Motifs
  2. pp. 103-115
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  1. Echoes of Nietzsche and Mallarméin Mandel’štam’s Metapoetic “Petersburg”
  2. pp. 116-138
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  1. Akhmatova and the Passing of the Swans: Horatian Tradition and Carskoe Selo
  2. pp. 139-160
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  1. Genre Allusions in Poèma bez geroja: Masking Tragedy and Satyric Drama
  2. pp. 161-174
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  1. Balagancik, Maskarad, and Poèma bez geroja: Mejerxol’dian Expressions of the Artist’s Crisis in Twentieth-Century Russia
  2. pp. 175-190
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  1. The Chiasmatic Structure of Deržavin’s “Bog”: Poetic Realization of the “Chain of Being”
  2. pp. 191-202
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  1. Doing Justice to Potemkin: Paradox, Oxymoron, and Two Voices in Deržavin’s “Waterfall”
  2. pp. 203-226
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  1. Deržavin’s “Bog”: The Internalization of Lomonosov’s “Božie velicestvo”
  2. pp. 227-241
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  1. “Na Sčastie” as the Undoing of “Felice”: Reflections on Deržavin’s Anti-Ode
  2. pp. 242-265
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  1. From King as Poet to Poet as King
  2. pp. 266-280
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  1. What Deržavin Heard When Puškin Read “Vospominanija v Tsarskom Sele” in 1815
  2. pp. 281-304
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  1. Excerpt from The Daring of Deržavin
  2. pp. 305-323
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780893579012
Related ISBN(s)
9780893574017
MARC Record
OCLC
1016767264
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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