Three Odysseys in Russian Literature
Three Odysseys in Russian Literature: "Dead Souls", "Who Should Live Well in Russia" and "Moscow - Petushki"
Let's start Protected content a free and very interesting lecture by Maxim Antopolsky, PhD, in Protected content
The lecture examines and follows the similarities of the plot lines of
three great novels/ poems in Russian literature (N. Gogol - "Dead Souls", N. Nekrasov - "Who Should Live Well in Russia" and V. Erofeev - "Moscow –Petushki ") in comparison to the "Odyssey" by Homer. The hero characters in these novels/ poems, their adventures and end goals are revealed and characterized in relation to the reality about life during the first and the second half of the 19th century and the end of the 20th century.
Lecture starts at 18.00!! It will be held in English.
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