Research on the Russian novel of the 1920s was expanding in 1978–79, when I was a guest student at the University of Ljubljana on an academic program for Slovenes from Italy to advance their studies. Dr. Aleksander Skaza intoduced his students to the analysis of artistic texts according to a strict methodological approach. Among the chapters of Russian literary studies, Iurii Tynianov's “literary evolution” occupied a special place. It was possible in light of it to analyze the role and meaning of the Dostoevskyan “tradition” in two variants of Leonid Leonov’s novel The Thief. We observed in our comparative analysis similar poetological elements in the two authors and differences between them.

Iz gradiva o mentorskem delu prof. dr. Aleksandra Skaze (Roman Tat Leonida Leonova)

VERC, IVAN
2014-01-01

Abstract

Research on the Russian novel of the 1920s was expanding in 1978–79, when I was a guest student at the University of Ljubljana on an academic program for Slovenes from Italy to advance their studies. Dr. Aleksander Skaza intoduced his students to the analysis of artistic texts according to a strict methodological approach. Among the chapters of Russian literary studies, Iurii Tynianov's “literary evolution” occupied a special place. It was possible in light of it to analyze the role and meaning of the Dostoevskyan “tradition” in two variants of Leonid Leonov’s novel The Thief. We observed in our comparative analysis similar poetological elements in the two authors and differences between them.
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