LITTRANS 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Tatyana Tolstaya, Russian Literature, Utopia

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Littrans 204 - lecture 28 - tolstaya"s stories (4/14) With start of jewish immigration from soviet union, the borders were opened to many soviets in the 60"s. Contributed to the growth of russian cultural production in various places in different parts of the world. If you wanted to lead an autonomous life and not be part of state sponsored cultural production, you can do something else. Published her own first story in 1983. When her collection first appeared in1987 in russian, irina was our age and she was surprised about the subject matter. Her work exemplified a focus on the form of the text. Her subject matter uses a private individual as an protagonist and examines their private universe. The looming idea of the state or oppression is always there in other russian literature. She used the private individual and she doesn"t right about the subjects that usually come up such as the state.

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