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The Reception of East Slavic Literatures in the West and the East

  • Edited by:
  • Shin’ichi Murata,
  • Stefano Aloe,

This volume, edited by scholars from diverse backgrounds, stems from the original convergence of various geo-cultural viewpoints on the reception of East Slavic cultures and literatures (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarussian, Soviet): European viewpoints are juxtaposed with those of the Japanese, Chinese, Israeli areas. The volume offers a broad look at the history of the perception of these literatures in Europe, Italy, and East Asia (with special attention to their reception in Japan and China). Contacts, influences, meditations, and difficulties in the perception of literary and cultural phenomena are the subject of original comparative analyses. The vitality with which Slavic-Eastern literatures have found echoes in very distant environments, but also the evolution of the self-perception of Ukrainian literature over time, are among the topics.

  • Keywords:
  • East Slavic Literatures,
  • Reception of Russian literature,
  • Reception of Ukrainian literature,
  • Reception of Belarusian literature,
  • Comparative studies,
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Shin’ichi Murata

University of Tokyo, Japan - ORCID: 0009-0008-1888-5202

Stefano Aloe

University of Verona, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-1117-4423

Shin’ichi Murata, professor, dean of the Graduate School of Languages and Linguistic at Sophia University (Tokyo), honorary professor of the Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University and of the Classic Private University (Zaporizzhja), president of the Japanese National Committee of the MKS, president of the Japanese Association of Slavists. Author of scientific publications on Slavic literatures and comparative theatre studies.

Stefano Aloe (PhD), associate professor at the University of Verona, is a historian of Russian literature and of Slavic-Italian cultural relations. President of the International Dostoevsky Society and managing editor of the journal Dostoevsky Studies, treasurer of the Italian association of Slavists. He is the author of four monographs and more than 150 scientific publications.
Part I. East Slavic Literatures from Classics to Modernism
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Part II. Soviet Encounters and Stalinist Canon: Influence and Reception
Part III. Reception of Modern East Slavonic Literatures
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pp.311-322


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Book Title

The Reception of East Slavic Literatures in the West and the East

Editors

Shin’ichi Murata, Stefano Aloe

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Number of Pages

326

Publication Year

2023

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© 2023 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/979-12-215-0238-1

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Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici

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