Stanford University Press (2001)

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This book completes the author's study of the sociology of the literary process in Soviet Russia, begun in The Making of the State Reader: Social and Aesthetic Contexts of the Reception of Soviet Literature . The author demonstrates that Socialist Realism is not so much directed as it is self-directed; the transformation of the author into his own censor is the true history of Soviet literature.
Keywords Russian literature   Soviet literature   Aesthetics, Russian   Socialism and literature
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