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Zola's "Paris Lettres" (1875-1880) or Zola vs Zola

Student: Nina Tsukerman

Supervisor: Yana Linkova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Comparative Studies: Russian Literature in Cross-cultural Perspective (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In this research I have investigated the Russian reception of «Parižskie pis'ma» by E. Zola – compilation of Zola's journalistic, theoretical and literary and fictional textes, which was edited from 1875 till 1880 in journal «Vestnik Evropy». In the first part I have analyzed two novels' fragments published over there, critical articles about them and different translations. By means I have shown, what exactly Russian public did not like in Zola's texts. In the second part I have done the same analyse of his theoretical works, which were consacred to hostory of literature. Mainly I have concentrated on the comparisson of his perception of Duma and Flaubert and the Russian one.

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