2 edition of Unity and diversity in the early harlequin poetry of Blok and Belyi found in the catalog.
Unity and diversity in the early harlequin poetry of Blok and Belyi
Written in English
D.Phil. 2000. BLDSC DXN041210.
|Statement||[by] Olga Sobolev.|
|Series||Sussex theses ; S 5039|
The aim of this collection is to investigate the state of the Russian twentieth-century poetic canon in the context of socio-political changes triggered by the collapse of the Soviet Union in This introductory essay sets out the larger context of cultural evolution in which the alterations to the poetry canon, to be discussed in the chapters that follow, took place. this unity and diversity of policy, it seems best to discuss first the distributive impli-cations of their common ideological reference, i.e. Marxist-Leninist doctrine.' Distributive Strategy and Tactics Both the Russians and the Chinese deal with any human action as a process of.
The 26 essays in this book address some of these manifold and diverse topics. In addition to essays on theory of society, the collection contains essays on political and legal philosophy, metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics, modernist culture, traditions of memory and remembrance, and philosophy of pedagogy. This important and much acclaimed book rapidly became a classic on first publication. In it, Bhikhu Parekh shows that the Western tradition of political philosophy has very limited theoretical resources to cope with cultural diversity. He then discusses how it can be revised and what new conceptual tools are needed. The core of the book addresses the important theoretical questions raised by.
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Unity and diversity in the early harlequin poetry of Blok and Belyi. Author: Sobolev, Olga. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Sussex Current Institution: University of Sussex Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.
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