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The great strength of Soviet literature and art

Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev

The great strength of Soviet literature and art

full text of the speech made by Nikita Khrushchov... to a meeting of party and government leaders with writers and artists in the Kremlin on March 8th, 1963.

by Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev

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Published by Soviet Booklets in London .
Written in English


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SeriesSoviet booklet -- 108
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The Last Years of Soviet Russian Literature: Prose Fiction Deming Bronson Brown This is the only book, Russian or Western, that provides a comprehensive survey of developments in Russian literature over the last fifteen years of the Soviet regime. Russia, an unequalled master of Russian literature, the father and initiator of Soviet literature, he is counted among us as the last and greatest of the Russian classics. The mighty progenitor of proletarian Soviet literature, he forms a link between two great cultures .

  The classicism that was so deeply rooted in Lenin acted as a bulwark to seal him from the exciting new developments in art and literature that had both preceded and accompanied the revolution. It was particularly among the industrial workers, who because of their geographic concentration possessed great political strength, that the leftist Social Democratic party found its adherents. The formal split of the party into Bolshevism and Menshevism in had crucial consequences after the outbreak of the Russian Revolution of

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The mids saw a conservative trend in official attitudes toward culture: family life was emphasized again, and divorces and abortions were made difficult to obtain; great men and events in pre Russian history were extolled in literature (e.g., in works by Aleksey N. Tolstoy) and in films (especially those of Sergei Eisenstein); and.


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