Semiotics of Russian Culture

Editor(s): Lotman, J.M. and Uspenskij, B.A.

The-Semiotics-of-Russian-Culture

Description:

The Role of Dual Models in the Dynamics of Russian Culture;
New Aspects in the Study of Early Russian Culture;
Echoes of the Notion “Moscow as the Third Rome”;
The Decembrist in Everyday Life;
“Agreement” and “Self-Giving” as Archetypal Models of Culture;
The Theater and Theatricality;
The Stage and Painting as Code Mechanisms;
The Pragmatics of Literary Character;
Reconstruction of the Plan and Ideo-Compositional Function;
The Poetics of Everyday Behavior;
Tsar and Pretender;
Why Should the Devil Speak Syriac? On the Origin of Russian Obscenities



Publication Information:

Publisher: Michigan Slavic Publications

Year of Publication: 1984

Location: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor




Additional Information:

Price: $15.00

ISBN: 0-960042-56-5

Out Of Print: Yes

Format: Paperback

Series Name / Number: Michigan Slavic Contributions [MSC] / 11