Ruský exilový časopis Sintaksis (1978 – 2001, Paříž) a pluralismus Andreje Siňavského
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|The Russian exile literary journal Sintaksis (1978 – 2001, Paris) and Andrey Sinyavskiy’s pluralism
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|The subject of this research paper is Sintaksis (1978-2001, Paris), a Russian exile literary journal. The journal, founded in 1978 Paris by Andrey Sinyavskiy (1925-1997) and his wife Maria Rozanova (1929), shaped fundamentally the intellectual life and literary culture of the so-called third-wave emigration in the 1970s and 1980s. Andrey Sinyavskiy´s essays published in Sintaksis during this period play central role in the research. An analysis of his work in a wider context of third-wave emigration reveals Sinyavskiy´s attitude to principal questions regarding the role of Soviet dissent and the future of Russia as well as its relationship with Western countries. On this background, Andrey Sinyavskiy´s pluralist concept is presented.