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by Anastasya Verbitskaya,Helena Goscilo,Beth Holmgren

  • ISBN: 0253212995
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Anastasya Verbitskaya,Helena Goscilo,Beth Holmgren
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (May 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1890 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1629 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Keys to Happiness: A Novel, Beth Holmgren, Helena Goscilo, Indiana University Press, May 1, 1999. a b c Article on Verbitskaya from As. om.

Keys to Happiness: A Novel, Beth Holmgren, Helena Goscilo, Indiana University Press, May 1, 1999. 2010, The Gale Group, Inc. ^ a b c Article on Verbitskaya from As. a b c, Introduction to Keys to Happiness: A Novel, Beth Holmgren, Helena Goscilo, Indiana University Press, May 1, 1999. St. Petersburg: A Cultural History by Solomon Volkov, tr. Antonina W. Bouis, Free Press, 1997.

Keys to Happiness : A Novel Paperback – Abridged, May 22, 1999

Keys to Happiness : A Novel Paperback – Abridged, May 22, 1999. by Anastasya Verbitskaya (Author), Beth Holmgren (Translator). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Holmgren and Goscilo provide a valuable backward glance and new point of reference for the recent revision of Russian literary history in the form of a serviceable translation of Verbitskaia's blockbuster novel of the early 1900s. Few prose works by women from this period have been translated, making this book a precious contribution.

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Keys to Happiness : A Novel. Narrative summaries by the translators bridge omissions in the text.

This volume examines areas of cultural production that have offered Russian women new freedoms and have opened commercial and artistic possibilities to them since the 19th century.

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"This release is an important contribution to the literary discourse about women’s lives, sexuality, politics and popular culture in early 20th-century Russia." —Publishers Weekly

One of the most sensationally popular and influential of all pre-Revolutionary novels, Keys to Happiness is set against a panorama of Russian society on the eve of World War I. It tells the stormy tale of Manya Yeltsova, a Russian "new woman" who pursues her dreams and passions as a dancer and free spirit who captivates, among others, a Jewish socialist tycoon and a reactionary Russian nobleman. At the time of its publication, the novel crossed the boundaries of both gender and class to define a new type of literature in Russian society. The editors’ informative introduction places the novel within its cultural, political, and social context and makes clear for today’s readers its literary and historical importance.