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Goncharov in the Twenty-First Century

Зубков К. Ю., Guskov S., Балакин А. Ю. et al.

Academic Studies Press, 2021.

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Poselyagin N.

In bk.: The Companion to Juri Lotman: A Semiotic Theory of Culture. L.; NY; Dublin: Bloomsbury, 2022. Ch. 16. P. 225-233.

Working paper
Language and Cultural Contacts in the Russian-Nordic Borderlands: Change and Continuity

Vlakhov A., Deresh A., Mironova E. et al.

Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2021. No. 108.

Rethinking Dickens in the light of Osip Mandelstam’s case

New article by Elena Penskaya, the head of the School of Philolohy, in the Italian academic journal "Enthymema".

The Russian presence of Dickens can generally be reduced to several types: first, he is a “teacher” admired at the national level, the creator of the “Christmas narrative canon”; second, a mythological figure, his texts being the source of parables and anecdotes; finally, his name has turned into a common thing, an object of everyday life, a symbol in the representative list of European writers. Mandelstams' poem “Dombey and son” is a pattern of Russian Dickensian.

The full text can be found here.