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The First Epoch: The Eighteenth Century and the Russian Cultural Imagination (Wisconsin Center for Pushkin Studies) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Juli 2014


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"Originally conceived and brilliantly executed. "The First Epoch" is full of incisive observations and exceedingly clever and useful asides."--Irina Reyfman, author of "Rank and Style: Russians in State Service, Life, and Literature"


Originally conceived and brilliantly executed. "The First Epoch" is full of incisive observations and exceedingly clever and useful asides. Irina Reyfman, author of "Rank and Style: Russians in State Service, Life, and Literature"
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A delight to read. Few people in Russian or English have produced readings of this caliber of the eighteenth-century poets. Luba Golburt brings to life material that has been frozen in a philological vault. Andrew Kahn, author of Pushkin's Lyric Intelligence
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Originally conceived and brilliantly executed. The First Epoch is full of incisive observations and exceedingly clever and useful asides. Irina Reyfman, author of Rank and Style: Russians in State Service, Life, and Literature
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A remarkable book, both because of the originality of its subject and for the scope of genres, authors and problems involved. . . . Golburt demonstrates extraordinary powers of interpretation, providing many brilliant readings. . . . [She] demonstrates the centrality of the eighteenth century in Russian thought and culture, and in so doing argues strongly for the importance of eighteenth-century studies. A book to be treasured and studied. Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies Association"

A welcome addition to the literature on a period that is all too frequently overlooked in Russian studies. Recommended. Choice
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Luba Golburt sets herself a difficult and complex task: to consider the fate of the Russian eighteenth century in the subsequent Russian literary tradition. She succeeds with astonishing ease and analytical subtlety. Slavic Review
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For Golburt, the eighteenth century is not a stable historical period whose putative terminal point is to be endlessly debated . . . rather, it comes to represent a style, an aesthetic, even an ideology, all of which can be repeatedly discussed, debated, lamented, and/or parodied in the period(s) that followed it. . . . Lucidly and bracingly written, The First Epoch deserves to be widely read and reread. The Russian Review
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Golburt s impressively rich and elegantly written book tackles the paradoxes of the status of the eighteenth century in the Russian cultural imagination . . . the beginning of Russian modernity and Russia s secular literary tradition, on the one hand; and, on the other hand, its perception, already in the early nineteenth century, as an outdated, archaic, and irrelevant era. Eighteenth-Century Fiction"

"A delight to read. Few people in Russian or English have produced readings of this caliber of the eighteenth-century poets. Luba Golburt brings to life material that has been frozen in a philological vault."--Andrew Kahn, author of Pushkin's Lyric Intelligence


"Originally conceived and brilliantly executed. The First Epoch is full of incisive observations and exceedingly clever and useful asides."--Irina Reyfman, author of Rank and Style: Russians in State Service, Life, and Literature


"A remarkable book, both because of the originality of its subject and for the scope of genres, authors and problems involved. . . . Golburt demonstrates extraordinary powers of interpretation, providing many brilliant readings. . . . [She] demonstrates the centrality of the eighteenth century in Russian thought and culture, and in so doing argues strongly for the importance of eighteenth-century studies. A book to be treasured and studied."--Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies Association

"A welcome addition to the literature on a period that is all too frequently overlooked in Russian studies. Recommended."--Choice


"Luba Golburt sets herself a difficult and complex task: to consider the fate of the Russian eighteenth century in the subsequent Russian literary tradition. She succeeds with astonishing ease and analytical subtlety."--Slavic Review


"For Golburt, the eighteenth century is not a stable historical period whose putative terminal point is to be endlessly debated . . . rather, it comes to represent a style, an aesthetic, even an ideology, all of which can be repeatedly discussed, debated, lamented, and/or parodied in the period(s) that followed it. . . . Lucidly and bracingly written, The First Epoch deserves to be widely read--and reread."--The Russian Review


"Golburt's impressively rich and elegantly written book tackles the paradoxes of the status of the eighteenth century in the Russian cultural imagination . . . the beginning of Russian modernity and Russia's secular literary tradition, on the one hand; and, on the other hand, its perception, already in the early nineteenth century, as an outdated, archaic, and irrelevant era."--Eighteenth-Century Fiction

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Luba Golburt is an associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley, where she teaches nineteenth-century Russian literature in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.

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