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A hunt for optimism

作者: Viktor Shklovskiĭ; Shushan Avagyan
出版商: Champaign ; Dublin ; London : Dalkey Archive Press, [2012]
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This book circles obsessively around a single scene of interrogation in which a writer is subjected to a show trial for his unorthodoxy. Using multiple perspectives, fragments, and aphorisms, and bearing the vulnerability of both the Russian Jewry and the anti-Bolshevik intelligentsia-who had unwittingly become the enemies of the people. This book satirizes Soviet censorship and the ineptitude of Soviet leaders with  再讀一些...
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類型/形式: Historical fiction
Fiction
資料類型: 小說
文件類型 圖書
所有的作者/貢獻者: Viktor Shklovskiĭ; Shushan Avagyan
ISBN: 9781564787903 1564787907
OCLC系統控制編碼: 783162453
語言註釋: Translated from the Russian.
描述: vi, 175 pages ; 21 cm
内容: Part 1 Titled "Everything as it Should Be," with an Epigraph 7 --
Part 2 Which Is of No Particular Importance 41 --
Part 3 The Middle of the Book or Thereabouts 69 --
Part 4 Titled "The Trumpet of the Martians" 93 --
Part 5 The End of A Hunt for Optimism 135.
其他題名: Poiski optimizma.
責任: Viktor Shklovsky ; translated by Shushan Avagyan.

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This book circles obsessively around a single scene of interrogation in which a writer is subjected to a show trial for his unorthodoxy. Using multiple perspectives, fragments, and aphorisms, and bearing the vulnerability of both the Russian Jewry and the anti-Bolshevik intelligentsia-who had unwittingly become the enemies of the people. This book satirizes Soviet censorship and the ineptitude of Soviet leaders with acerbic panache.

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