2 edition of Andrey Bely found in the catalog.
John David Elsworth
|Series||Russian literary profiles, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||PG3453.B84 Z617 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
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Email this Article Andrey Bely. Andrey Bely’s first novel, The Silver Dove (Serebryanyi golub’), marks his transition from the experimental symphonies to a more traditional genre.¹ More ambitious than his previous efforts, The Silver Dove was the first volume of a projected trilogy in the broad manner of Dmitry Merezhkovsky’s Christ and Antichrist, which Bely Merezhkovsky, who “stood .
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Cited by: 5. -The New York Times Book Review Considered Andrei Bely's masterpiece, Petersburg, is a pioneering modernist novel, ranked in importance alongside Ulysses, The Metamorphosis, and In Search of Lost Time, that captures Russia's capital during the short, turbulent period of the first socialist revolution in Exploring themes of history /5(33).
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orders over $ Bely's symbolist novel Petersburg (; ) is generally considered to be his masterpiece. The book employs a striking prose method in which sounds often evoke colors. The novel is set in the somewhat hysterical atmosphere of turn-of-the-century Petersburg and the Russian Revolution of To the extent that the book can be said to possess a plot, this can be.
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Best Seller. - The New York Times Book Review “This modernist novel, rightly regarded as one of the pinnacles of twentieth-century Russian literature, presents great. In his later years, when Andrei Bely was slowly going mad, he hacked his original text of Petersburg making it twice shorter and endlessly dryer in order to make it readable for proles.
I doubt that any proletarian had ever read the novel but somehow this bastardly version had found its way to English translation.4/5. Andrei Bely, whose brief biography can give only a very superficial impression of his place and significance in the general cultural context of the era, was constantly at the very center of the turbulent turbulence of Russian public life.
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Free shipping for many products. Andrei Bely's masterwork Petersburg is widely regarded as the most important Russian novel of the twentieth ir Nabokov ranked it with James Joyce's Ulysses, Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis, and Marcel Proust's In Search of Lost artistic works created before the First World War encapsulate and articulate the sensibility, ideas, phobias, and.
Andrei Bely was born Boris Nikolayevich Bugayev in Moscow in His father was a well-known mathematician. At the insistence of his father, he studied mathematics and physics and Moscow University, graduating in However, he then realised that languages were more to his interest and started studying philology but never finished his course.
Andrey Bely, pseudonym of Boris Nikolayevich Bugayev, Bugayev also spelled Bugaev, (born October 14 [Octo New Style],Moscow, Russia—died January 7,Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), leading theorist and poet of Russian Symbolism, a literary school deriving from the Modernist movement in western European art and literature and an.
Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev (26 October - 8 January ) better known by the pen name Andrei Bely or Nikolaevich Bugaev was a Russian novelist, poet, theorist, communist, and literary critic. His novel Petersburg was regarded by Vladimir Nabokov as one of the four greatest novels of the 20th century/5(2).
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Discount prices on books by Andrey Bely, including titles like The First Encounter (Princeton Legacy Library). Click here for the lowest price. Andrey Bely was born Boris Nikolayevich Bugaev in Moscow, the son of a prominent professor of mathematics, N.V. Bugaev. Before becoming "a writer by accident," he received a thoughtful education in the natural sciences at the University of Moscow, where he studied from to science, philology and philosophy.
—The New York Review of Books. This translation of Petersburg finally makes it possible to recognize Andrei Bely’s great novel of as a crucial Russian instance of European modernist fiction. —Inquiry. All people who go in for the B’s—Beckett, Brecht, Buñuel—better get hold of Bely.
He came first, and he’s still the best%(). Andrey Bely is the pseudonym of Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev (–), a. novelist, poet, theorist, and literary critic considered to have influenced several literary schools, in particular Symbolism.
His influence is often compared to that of James Joyce in the English-speaking : Indiana University Press. Andrey Bely, novelist, essayist, theoretician, critic, and poet, was a central figure in the Russian Symbolist movement of the s, the most important literary movement in Russia in this century.
Bely articulated a Symbolist aesthetic and originated a new approach to the study of Russian metrics and versification, giving rise to a new Cited by: 3. Andrey Bely, pseudonym of Boris Nikolayevich Bugaev, was a Russian poet, novelist, theorist and literary critic.
He was a leading member of Russian Symbolist movement, a literary school deriving from the Modernist movement in western European art and literature and an indigenous Eastern Orthodox spirituality, expressing mystical and abstract ideas through allegories from.
Andrei Bely (), born Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev, was a Russian novelist, poet, and literary critic. His other works include The Silver Dove and Kotik Letaev. Robert A. Maguire was the Boris Bakhmeteff Professor Emeritus of Russian and Eastern European Studies at 5/5(1).Andrei Bely's "Petersburg" is rightly praised as a masterpiece.
Knowing Bely's symbolist background, I had exepected the shimmering interlacing of symbols. Yet, while reading the book, I was surprised by the amount of historical and personal desire (and their intertwining) and the masterful way in which it was rendered/5(5).The Silver Dove, published four years before Bely's masterpiece Petersburg, is considered the first modern Russian novel.
Breaking with Russian realism, and a pioneering Symbolist work, its vividly drawn characters, elemental landscapes, and rich style make it accessible to the Western reader, and this new translation makes the complete work available in English for the first time.5/5(1).