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Olʹga Freidenberg's works and days

Author: Nina Perlina
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : Slavica, 2002.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Perlina, Nina, 1939-
Olʹga Freidenberg's works and days.
Bloomington, Ind. : Slavica, 2002
(OCoLC)607258829
Named Person: O M Freĭdenberg; O M Freĭdenberg
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nina Perlina
ISBN: 0893573043 9780893573041
OCLC Number: 50511559
Description: vi, 288 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1 Elective Affinities 13 --
1. Ol'ga Freidenberg and Boris Pasternak on Their Personal Experience and on Cultural Values of Their Time 17 --
A. Recollections of Childhood and Youth: Composition of the Narrative 17 --
B. Freidenberg and Pasternak Reflect on a Common Historical and Philosophical Background 28 --
Part 2 The Years of Apprenticeship 43 --
2. At the Department of Classical Studies: A Female University Student of a New Type 45 --
A. One of the First Women Enrolled at Petersburg University 45 --
B. Studying "The Acts of Paul and Thecla" under Zhebelev's Direction 47 --
C. Tracing Similarities between the Early Christian Apocrypha and the Ancient Greek Erotic Novel 53 --
D. Freidenberg's Conflict with Her University Teachers 58 --
3. Studying under the Aegis of Nikolai Marr 69 --
A. A Foster Child or a Stepdaughter in the Marrist Family? 69 --
B. Excursus into the Japhetic Theory by Nikolai Marr 71 --
C. Meeting I.G. Frank-Kamenetskii, Life-Long Friend and Like-Minded Thinker 83 --
D. Frank-Kamenetskii and Freidenberg Assimilating Cassirer's Philosophical Principles 88 --
Part 3 Becoming a Mature Scholar 97 --
4. Ol'ga Freidenberg: A Cassirer Scholar in Marrist Garb 99 --
A. To Yield or Not to Yield to the Authority of Marrism? 99 --
B. An Attempt at Creating "Marrism with a Human Face" 106 --
5. Freidenberg's Semantic Paleontology and the History of Folklore 117 --
A. The Collective Study of the Plot of Tristan and Iseult 117 --
B. The Discussion "What is Folklore": Freidenberg, Zhirmunskii, Azadovskii 124 --
6. Freidenberg and the Formalists: The Broken Connection 131 --
A. A Similarity of Macrostructures and Dissimilarity of Microstructures 131 --
B. Factors, Facts, and Their Interaction within the Literary System, According to Freidenberg and Tynianov 136 --
C. Freidenberg and the Folklorists of the Formalist School: Vladimir Propp and Petr Bogatyrev 139 --
Part 4 Habeant sua fata libeli 149 --
7. Suppression and Release of The Poetics of Plot and Genre 151 --
A. Reopening the Department of Classical Studies in the Soviet University 151 --
B. Travels through the Labyrinths of Power: The Adventures of The Poetics of Plot and Genre 156 --
8. The Poetics of Plot and Genre: Content of the Book 165 --
A. "Dissimilarity is the Most Essential Form of Identity" 165 --
B. Shifts in Meaning/Structure and in Image/Concept Correlations as the Main Operational Principles in the Archaic Semantics 170 --
C. Further Examples of "the Heteromorphism of the Forms of Being" 175 --
D. Forms of Comedy and Tragedy in Their Dialectical Relation to the History of Communal Perceptions 177 --
Part 5 The Siege of Leningrad and Its Aftermath 181 --
9. The Siege of a Human Being and the Technique of Modern Political Myths 183 --
Part 6 Freidenberg's Last Decade: The Siege of Humanity Continues 193 --
10. Historical Aesthetics and the Socio-Historical Method in Literature 195 --
A. "I Have Looked Biology in the Eye. I Have Lived under Stalin" (11:2, 26 June 1945) 195 --
B. Ol'ga Freidenberg and Grigorii Gukovskii on Historical Poetics: The Collective Societal or the Socio-Historical Interpretation? 200 --
C. Freidenberg in the Late 1940s: "This is the Letter to the World that Never Wrote to Me" 211 --
11. Image and Concept: The Last Major Study 215 --
A. The Onset of the Anti-Marrist Campaign and Freidenberg's Retirement from the University 215 --
B. A New Formulaic Expression for the Antinomy of the Real and the Apparent 217 --
C. The Archaic Mimos and the Origin of Greek Comedy and Tragedy 221 --
D. Epic and Comedial Laughter or the Comical before Comedy 224 --
E. Freidenberg's Conception of a Pre-Aristotelian Metaphor 226 --
Part 7 A Reassessment of Freidenberg's Theories 235 --
12. Freidenberg's Semantics and the Structural Approaches to Culture 237 --
A. Semantic Paleontology and the Semiotics of Culture 237 --
B. Two Scenarios of Christ's Entering into Jerusalem 245 --
13. The Freidenberg-Bakhtin Correlation 249 --
A. Freidenberg and Bakhtin on the Role of an Individual in the Social World 249 --
B. "The Birth of the Author" and "The Prehistory of Novelistic Discourse" 252 --
C. Discussing Laughter in its Relation to Ritual 258 --
D. "Events in Life" and "Events of Life" as Two Possible Ways of Combining the Outside World with a Human Being 260.
Responsibility: Nina Perlina.

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