LOGiN PANeL

«    July 2024    »
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031 
PoLL





eBooks Tutorials Templates Plugins Scripts Applications GFX Collections SCRiPTMAFiA.ORG
Support SCRiPTMAFiA.ORG
Support SCRiPTMAFiA.ORG
LaST oN NULLeD.org
Rainbow Light Overlays - 5U32M2W Rainbow Light Overlays - 5U32M2W JPG | 89 mb
Flintlock The Siege of Dawn-RUNE Flintlock The Siege of Dawn-RUNE Genre: Action, Adventure, RPG Developer: A44 Games Publisher: Kepler Interactive ...
Rustic Holiday Lightroom Presets Dekstop Mobile - 2KX5B3T Rustic Holiday Lightroom Presets Dekstop Mobile - 2KX5B3T XMP DNG | 1 mb
BluffTitler 16.6.0.3 (x64) Multilingual BluffTitler 16.6.0.3 (x64) Multilingual File Size: 51.6 MB
Wondershare Repairit 5.6.0.20 Multilingual Wondershare Repairit 5.6.0.20 Multilingual Windows x64 | File size: 193.55 MB
FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate 8.9 (x64) Multilingual FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate 8.9 (x64) Multilingual File size: 108 MB

RSS
RSS

FRiENDS
Nulled.org Software 8TM URL Shortener




Imagining Nabokov Russia Between Art and Politics

Category: eBooks


Imagining Nabokov Russia Between Art and Politics
Imagining Nabokov: Russia Between Art and Politics by Nina L. Khrushcheva
English | January 9, 2008 | ISBN: 0300108869, 0300207328 | True EPUB | 256 pages | 2.1 MB
Vladimir Nabokov's "Western choice"-his exile to the West after the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution-allowed him to take a crucial literary journey, leaving the closed nineteenth-century Russian culture behind and arriving in the extreme openness of twentieth-century America. In Imagining Nabokov: Russia Between Art and Politics, Nina L. Khrushcheva offers the novel hypothesis that because of this journey, the works of Russian-turned-American Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977) are highly relevant to the political transformation under way in Russia today. Khrushcheva, a Russian living in America, finds in Nabokov's novels a useful guide for Russia's integration into the globalized world. Now one of Nabokov's "Western" characters herself, she discusses the cultural and social realities of contemporary Russia that he foresaw a half-century earlier.


In Pale Fire; Ada, or Ardor; Pnin; and other works, Nabokov reinterpreted the traditions of Russian fiction, shifting emphasis from personal misery and communal life to the notion of forging one's own "happy" destiny. In the twenty-first century Russia faces a similar challenge, Khrushcheva contends, and Nabokov's work reveals how skills may be acquired to cope with the advent of democracy, capitalism, and open borders.

DOWNLOAD LINK


Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction


   
   
   




We need your support!
Make a donation to help us stay online
        
Bitcoin (BTC)
bc1q08g9d22cxkawsjlf8etuek2pc9n2a3hs4cdrld
	
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
qqvwexzhvgauxq2apgc4j0ewvcak6hh6lsnzmvtkem

Ethereum (ETH)
0xb55513D2c91A6e3c497621644ec99e206CDaf239

Litecoin (LTC)
ltc1qt6g2trfv9tjs4qj68sqc4uf0ukvc9jpnsyt59u

USDT (ERC20)
0xb55513D2c91A6e3c497621644ec99e206CDaf239

USDT (TRC20)
TYdPNrz7v1P9riWBWZ317oBgJueheGjATm




Related news:

 

Information

 
  Users of GUESTS are not allowed to comment this publication.