Ruský exilový časopis Sintaksis (1978–2001, Paříž) a pluralismus Andreje Siňavského

Title in English A Russian exile periodical Sintaksis (1978–2001, Paris) and Andrey Sinyavsky's pluralism


Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Slovanský literární svě t: kontexty a konfrontace IV
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Keywords Russian emigration; literary journal; Andrey Sinyavskiy; pluralism
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Description 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.
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