Politics and Literary Tradition: The Development of Russian-Georgian Literary Relations Since Perestroika

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  • Year: 2021
  • Language: Russian
  • Publisher: New Literary Observer
  • ISBN: 9785444807750
  • Page: 416
  • Cover: hardcover
  • About the Book

The literary life in Russia and Georgia has been closely intertwined for several centuries. During the Soviet period, cultural coexistence was established by the myth of "friendship between peoples"; It was maintained not least with economic, political and military pressure. With the end of this coercive community in 1991, the new or re-emerged nations are politically and culturally completely new to each other, there is, at least in the tendency, an unbundling, a cultural diversion instead. This process will be examined in the project based on the Georgian-Russian literature relations since the Perestroika. We want to find out how Russian or Georgian writers relate to the literary tradition, what motives and narratives they find for each other. In this way, we want to draw conclusions about the functioning of the relationship between rule and literature in this specific post-Soviet space.

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