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Its eighteenth-century court- and service-oriented elite, dearth of publication venues, and the virtual impracticability of writing as a profession, that is, are gradually supplanted in the early nineteenth century by a culture featuring a more diverse readership, intel- ligentsia circles increasingly independent and sometimes critical of the court, a grow- ing number of literary periodicals and publishing houses, and the figure of professional writer embodied first and foremost by Pushkin himself.
This culture receives different texts in different languages and through inter- mediaries whose loyalty to the original is questionable, but rarely questioned with any rigour. Russian for friends and close acquaintances, and French for women and fig- ures of authority? Most crucially, how might a poet whose avowed ambition is to enliven, and even create, Russian literature and secular literary language work in the context of heated debates over the very existence of such a literature, on the one hand, and a consciousness of robust foreign literary traditions and creative idioms, on the other?
Byronism and historicism. Kniga pervaia, —9. Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, , 56— The final line, suffused with anx- ious irresolution, avoids making a choice between the two cynosures, girl and literary idol: Nemirovskii, Tvorchestvo Pushkina i problema publichnogo povedeniia poeta St Petersburg: Giperion, , 19— The conflicted heroes of these narratives are subject to various thraldoms, both spiritual and physical; attempting to escape the confining monotony of their habits, they are consumed by passions that ultimately find no satisfying outlet, a recurring predicament lapidarily summarized in the coda to The Gypsies: Kniga vtoraia Moscow and Leningrad: Thus, the eponymous Prisoner of the Caucasus flees his Russian past to seek liberty in the wild Caucasian terrain, but spends the entire poem in chains until his final escape with the help of a young Circassian maid who falls in love with him.
In The Gypsies, the protagonist Aleko, led by his lover Zemfira to join a band of Gypsies roaming the Bessarabian steppes, temporarily escapes the European civilization that had reared him, but this upbringing exercises its fatal grip on his character when, con- sumed with jealousy, he slays both Zemfira and her new lover, thus proving himself una- ble to live by the Gypsy codes of complete personal including amatory freedom. Fitzroy Dearborn, , i.
Falen Carbondale, Ill.: Starting with its very title, Eugene Onegin is a novel that is quite obviously focused on and through its protagonist. Is his essential emptiness only poorly masked by fashionable posturing? Does he harbour an unspoken plenitude and depth, persisting despite a modish pretence that threatens to utterly externalize the character, to disperse him into a series of carefully crafted poses?
What was he then? An imitation? McGann, Byron and Romanticism Cambridge: In the preface, Karamzin envisioned for his History a dual Russian and European reader- ship, the former enthusing over their national history with sentimental patriotism, the latter finally brought to acknowledge the vast Russian Empire as a historical nation.
Karamzin, Istoriia gosudarstva Rossiiskogo St Petersburg: Izdanie Evg. Evdokimova, , I, pp. Writing about modern history, we could thus speculate, was always already a meta-reflective exercise on being a writer in Russia.
The famous narrative poem The Bronze Horseman is emblematic in this regard: In fact, we find Pushkin engaging both the Aesopian and archeological modes of historical writing.
CUP, , — The publication history of Boris Godunov provides a fitting illustration for this clus- ter of concerns. The Tsar thus appears to ignore the peculiar congruence of the disjointed dramatic form—focused neither on any particular protagonist nor any individual plotline—and the partial, contradictory knowledge of the actual circum- stances of regicide, betrayal, and imposture held by participants and later interpreters alike.
Without the expounding of an authoritative history-teller, the play left this question muddled.
CUP, , 57—74; see also her Boris Godunov: Transpositions of a Russian Theme Bloomington, Ind.: Pushkin adopts European historical-narrative templates precisely as hermeneutic tools. The interpretive insight afforded by these borrowed patterns derives as much from their opportune fit with the new material they are brought to shape as from the disso- nances born of fitting one to the other. Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, , — Thus, the rift between gentry and peasantry is fleetingly mitigated in scenes of rapprochement between fictional nobleman Grinev and historical peasant Pugachev, but the two pro- tagonists are ultimately revealed to inhabit discrepant ethical and stylistic spaces.
Though certainly reminiscent of Scott as well as other fiction of the period, this fabricated provenance markedly directs the reader to inquire beyond the fictitious story of individual adventure, and to bear in mind not only the History of the Pugachev Uprising published some two years earlier, but also the existence of material potentially illuminating this episode that never saw the light of print.
Iskusstvo-SPb, , — The Scottian historical novel imbues local history and landscape—especially of the unspec- tacular, even dreary, sort that early nineteenth-century Russian intellectuals decried at every turn—with the thrill of adventure and emplotment and the comforting prospect of settlement, but at the same time obscures the precarious rhythms and tensions of the native past.
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Debreczeny, Paul, The Other Pushkin: Cambridge University Press, , — Dolinin, A. Dolinin, Pushkin i Angliia: Tsikl statei Moscow: Dostoevskii, F.
Dostoevskii, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii v tridt- sati tomakh Leningrad: Emerson, Caryl, Boris Godunov: Transposition of a Russian Theme Bloomington, Ind.: Greenleaf, Monika, Pushkin and Romantic Fashion: Gukovskii, G. Vremennik Pushkinskoi komissii, 4 5 , — John Constable.
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