Осип Мандельштам в Воронеже. Эпизоды на стыке 1935-1936 годов
The cycle "Imitations of the Ancients" (1821) is described in the article as an episode from Batyushkov's reception-derived practices. Sources for three of the six miniatures in "Imitations" are found (fragments of Saadi's "Gulistan"as adapted by J.-H. Herder), as well as the syntactic-compositional model for another miniature ("Когда в страдании девица отойдет..."/"When the maiden, suffering, passes away..."). Analysis of how this model functions provides the basis for a hypothesis for precising the manner in which topoi in this text are linked to its plot.
Apart from the public sphere and the norms set by society, the private sphere plays an important role in the lives of the disabled, including the personal experience of disability at a micro level: in their families, everyday routines and romantic relationships. In this chapter, issues of family structure are considered using a narrative analysis of interviews with women who use wheelchairs. Various cultural, social, economic and political determinants effect the formation of certain types of family structure and attitudes towards family life. At the same time, they interrelate with biographical factors that reinforce or weaken the limits of freedom and private life. Using narrative analysis, I demonstrate what role family plays in constructing the identity of a person with a disability, and how family members act as coauthors of individual biographies. This can be seen in those dilemmas of family life associated with the feelings, sexuality and emotional stability at the micro-level of the life experience and identification of women with disabilities.
The first part of this book is a collection of essays by an international set of scholars, schedding new light on Lydia Ginzburg's contribution to Russian literature and literary studies, life-writing, subjectivity, ethics, the history of the novel and trauma studies. The second part is comprised of six works by Ginzburg that are being published for the first time in English translation.
Императора Александра I, несомненно, можно назвать самой загадочной и противоречивой фигурой среди русских государей XIX столетия. Республиканец по убеждениям, он четверть века занимал российский престол. Победитель Наполеона и освободитель Европы, он вошел в историю как Александр Благословенный - однако современники, а позднее историки и писатели обвиняли его в слабости, лицемерии и других пороках, недостойных монарха. Таинственны, наконец, обстоятельства его ухода из жизни. О загадке императора Александра рассказывает в своей книге известный писатель и публицист Александр Архангельский.
The article is a critical review of the current condition of canon formation studies in Russia in its connection to Pushkin epoch and ‘golden age’ of Russian Literature. Besides, article reviews Pushkin reading which took place at the University of Tartu
The present article continues the investigation of the Soqotri verbal system undertaken by the Russian-Soqotri fieldwork team. The article focuses on the so-called “weak” and “geminated” roots in the basic stem. The investigation is based on the analysis of full paradigms (perfect, imperfect and jussive) of more than 170 “weak” and “geminated” Soqotri verbs.