2 edition of Soviet criticism of American literature in the sixties found in the catalog.
Soviet criticism of American literature in the sixties
Carl R. Proffer
Written in English
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Free shipping for many products. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Proffer, Carl R. Soviet criticism of American literature in the sixties. entirely representative) Soviet criticism of American writing published in the s is now available in English.3 By and large, a Soviet reader's access is limited to Soviet evaluations of American literature, although 1.
The overall problem is discussed in detail in this writer's forthcoming book A Decade. ihe USSR more restricted, but the tone of Soviet criticism to wards those works is more hostile than before.1 It would not be correct to say, however, that there was little or no American literature being published in the Soviet Union today.
InSoviet journals listed more than a dozen. The iconoclastic literary criticism of Leslie Fiedler, as, for example, Love and Death in the American Novel (), was marked by its provocative application of Freudian ideas to American literature. In his later work he turned to popular culture as a source of revealing social and psychological patterns.
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Officially approved writing (the only kind that could be published) by and large sank to a subliterary level. The literature reflected what was happening in America on the social and political arena in the sixties.
Authors wrote about gender, race, homosexuality, feminism and war, and they criticized society, just like the youth generation did.
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