The Poetics And Ideology Of War In The Russian Poetry Of 1904-6
The Russo-Japanese war, the first war for Russia after almost three peaceful decades and the first major conflict to begin in the 20th century was in many ways a precursor to its two great wars. The article is to show the way the Russo-Japanese War is represented in the verse of 1904-6, exploring different poetic devices used to bring war back home and juxtaposing poetics and ideology. It focuses on such constitutive features of the war as geography and technology and traces their poetic projections in a wide range of the verse coming from different sources
|Date of creation:||2014|
|Publication status:||Published in WP BRP Series: Literary Studies / LS, December 2014, pages 1-22|
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