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His first book, The Battle for Childhood. Creation of a Russian Myth (Stanford UP, 1990) examined the ways in which the Russian understanding of childhood grew out of a series of founding literary texts. In An Obsession with History. Russian Writers Confront the Past (Stanford UP, 1994) he considered the inter-generic dialogue between fictional and historical texts in writers from Karamzin to Solzhenitsyn.
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Bibliographic Details . He then investigates the mechanisms by which these personal, literary myths were canonized over the course of a half-century in Russian autobiographies.
Bibliographic Details Publisher: Stanford Univ Pr. Publication Date: 1990. Finally, the author shows how three significant es of the early twentieth century (by Gorky, Belyi, and Bunin) illustrate how the theme of childhood was reintegrated into Russian literature. William Mills Todd III, Harvard University.
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The battle for childhood. creation of a Russian myth. Published 1990 by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif.