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Russia’s Castaway Classic: Andrei Platonov
‘The power of devastation [Platonov’s texts] inflict upon their subject matter exceeds by far any demands of social criticism and should be measured in units that have very little to do with literature as such,’ wrote Joseph Brodsky. Explores key texts of Andrei Platonov, who is frequently considered the greatest Russian prose writer of the twentieth century, and covers major critical approaches to his ‘devastating’ oeuvre. The texts will be read in Russian, discussion in English.
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