Другое настоящее. Время и безвременье в ранней неподцензурной поэзии
The article substantiates the prospects of a temporal approach to the poetics of the Soviet underground and analyses samples of the early underground poetry of the late 1930s and the first half of the 1950s. Already in the works of Alik Rivin, Gennady Gor, Jan Satunovsky and Roald Mandelstam an image of the other, non-modern present, is formed, opposed to the dominant Soviet temporal mode. First of all, this present is characterized by the rejection of historicism in favour of the idea of "timelessness", which each author interprets in his own way. Some of these models of representation of the broken time were in demand in later uncensored poetry. In general, the Soviet poetic underground as a systemic phenomenon can be considered through the prism of compensation theory.