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Kotik Letaev

Andrey Bely

Kotik Letaev

by Andrey Bely

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Published by Ardis in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Soviet Union -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Translation of Kotik Letaev.

      Statement[by] Andrei Bely. Translated by Gerald Janecek.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.B8647 Ko3, PG3453.B84 Ko3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 222 p.
      Number of Pages222
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5065392M
      LC Control Number74031765

      Kotik Letaev (), Belyj's third novel, is the poetic expression of the linguistic theories described in his speculative articles.1 Unlike the earlier novels, whose metaphors are often the product of recovery, Kotik Letaev also includes metaphors for the recovery of travelingartsfiesta.com by: 1. –18 Kotik Letaev (novel based on his early childhood; pub. as book ) Christ Has Risen (poem) The First Encounter (autobiographical poem) Recollections of Blok; "Glossolalia: Poem about Sound" [8] The Moscow Eccentric (1st of trilogy of novels).

      His publications include translations of Bely's Kotik Letaev (2nd ed. Northwestern, ) and The First Encounter (Princeton, ), and the books The Look of Russian Literature (Princeton, ) and Sight & Sound Entwined: Studies of the New Russian Poetry (Berghahn, ). The beginning of Bely’s life was stamped by a profoundly traumatic experience that he himself described in an autobiographical novel, Kotik Letaev, reconstructing, with remarkable insight and precision, a child’s pitiful, amusing, helpless confusion in an unhappy world he cannot understand. His name was Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev—“Andrei.

      worked on Kotik Letaev, autobiographical novel returned to Russia without A. Turgeneva published novel Petersburg as a separate book became good friends with K. N. Vasilieva worked on Glossolalia: A Poem About Sound published Kotik Letaev and book of . Other works worthy of mention include the highly influential theoretical book of essays Symbolism (), which was instrumental in redefining the goals of the symbolist movement, and the novel Kotik Letaev (), which traces the first glimpses of consciousness in a new-born baby.


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–18 Kotik Letaev (novel based on his early childhood; pub. as book, ) Christ Has Risen (poem) The First Encounter (autobiographical poem) Recollections of Blok; "Glossolalia: Poem about Sound" The Moscow Eccentric (1st of trilogy of novels) Moscow Under Siege (2nd of trilogy of novels)Alma mater: Imperial Moscow University ().

Kotik Letaev. [Andrey Bely; Gerald Janecek] -- A Russian novel which looks at childhood. For its three-year-old narrator life becomes progressively more boring the.

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Andrei Bely (), born Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev, was a Russian novelist, poet, and literary critic. His other works include The Silver Dove and Kotik Letaev. Robert A. Maguire was the Boris Bakhmeteff Professor Emeritus of Russian and Eastern European Studies at Columbia University/5(8).

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Kotik Just an artist from Russia | Dont reblog/edit my works If you want to speak with me about partnering\commissions, you can write on my email [email protected] Recollection as Metaphor in Kotik Letaev.Oct 27,  · “Kotik Letaev” moves away from the social and revolutionary preoccupations of the first two novels into a region previously explored by Chekhov in his .