Libertinage in Russian Culture and Literature: A Bio-History of Sexualities at the Threshold of Modernity

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BRILL, 9 sept. 2011 - 291 pages
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Russian literature, Russian Silver Age, erotic writing, sex, Russian modernity and modernization, pornography in literature, literary libertinage, carnality and corporeality in literature, utopianism/anti-utopianism in Russian literary history
 

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Approaching Russian Silences and Burlesques
1
Toward a Genealogy of a Discourse of Silence
23
Russian Anxieties of the Body and Sexuality from Gogol to Chekhov
59
Corporeality Sensuality and Pornography in Russian Literature of the Silver Age
119
The Evolution of Discourses of Carnality and Eroticism in PreRevolutionary Russian Literature and in Émigré Writing
173
Silver Age Roots and Sexuality in the Novel
219
Sexual and Erotic Themes in his Poetry
253
Russias Threshold of Modernity and Literary Representations of Sexuality in the Era of Biopower
271
Bibliography
277
Index of Names
287
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Alexei Lalo, Ph.D. (2010) in Comparative Literature, University of Texas at Austin, teaches Russian literature at UT-Austin. He has published extensively on North American and Russian literature and culture, including a book on Thomas Pynchon (Minsk, 2001).

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