The History of Russian Literature on Film (The History of World Literatures on Film)

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Unlike most previous studies of literature and film, which tend to privilege particular authors, texts, or literary periods, David Gillespie considers the multiple functions of filmed Russian literature as a cinematic subject in its own right-one reflecting the specific political and aesthetic priorities of different national and historical cinemas. In this first and only comprehensive study of cinema's various engagements of Russian literature focusing on the large period 1895-2015, The History of Russian Literature on Film highlights the ways these adaptations emerged from and continue to shape the social, artistic, and commercial aspects of film history.
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ISBN-13: 9781501316883
ISBN-10: 1501316885
Pagini: 304
Ilustrații: 80 bw illus
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Bloomsbury Academic
Seria The History of World Literatures on Film

Locul publicării: New York, United States


Included, with other books in the series, in an online comprehensive chronology of World-Lit film adaptations spanning the history of the cinema; a database to help students and scholars to quickly contextualize adaptations in film history, providing opportunities for independent research

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David Gillespie is Professor of Russian at the University of Bath, UK, where he has taught since 1985. His books include Iurii Trifonov: Unity through Time (1993), The Twentieth Century Russian Novel: An Introduction (1996), Early Soviet Cinema: Innovation, Ideology and Propaganda (2000), and Russian Cinema (2003).


1. Russian Silent Film, 1910-302. Chapaev and Socialist Realism, 1934-533. Two Films: The Lady with the Lapdog and War and Peace4. Tolstoy or Dostoevsky?5. The Late Soviet Period and Changing Times6. The Post-Soviet Period7. Foreign Adaptations of Russian LiteratureConclusionFilmographyBibliographyIndex