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From Orientalism to Cultural Capital [electronic resource]: The Myth of Russia in British Literature of the 1920s

Soboleva, Olga; Wrenn, Angus; OAPEN; KU Select 2016
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
Bern 9 : Peter Lang April 2017
Edition
New Edition
Language
English
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9783034322034, 3034322038 (Trade Paper)
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Scholarly & Professional
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    a| Annotation b| From Orientalism to Cultural Capital presents a fascinating account of the wave of Russophilia that pervaded British literary culture in the early twentieth century. The authors bring a new approach to the study of this period, exploring the literary phenomenon through two theoretical models from the social sciences: Orientalism and the notion of cultural capital associated with Pierre Bourdieu. Examining the responses of leading literary practitioners who had a significant impact on the institutional transmission of Russian culture, they reassess the mechanics of cultural dialogism, mediation and exchange, casting new light on British perceptions of modernism as a transcultural artistic movement and the ways in which the literary interaction with the myth of Russia shaped and intensified these cultural views.
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