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Deploying analytical tools drawn from anthropology, history, and literary theory, Katerina Clark's pathbreaking study explores the evolution of the socialist realist novel as a myth-like genre. Blending intellectual and literary history, Clark traces the development of the novel's master plot from its origin in the mid-19th century to its end at the close of the 20th.…mehr

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Deploying analytical tools drawn from anthropology, history, and literary theory, Katerina Clark's pathbreaking study explores the evolution of the socialist realist novel as a myth-like genre. Blending intellectual and literary history, Clark traces the development of the novel's master plot from its origin in the mid-19th century to its end at the close of the 20th.
Autorenporträt
Katerina Clark is Professor of Comparative Literature at Yale University. She is author of Petersburg, Crucible of Cultural Revolution and coauthor (with Michael Holquist of Mikhail Bakhtin.