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The creative work of R.M. Akulshin (Berezov): soviet period (1925-1940)

Student: Andrey Kositsin

Supervisor: Konstantin M. Polivanov

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Contemporary Philology in Literature Instruction at Secondary Schools (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The work is devoted to the Soviet period of creativity of Rodion Mikhailovich Akulshin (Berezov) – a writer who participated in the domestic literary process of 1920-1930, the author of works about village life and collective farms, a collector of ditties. It shows how the creative interests of the young Soviet writer were formed, where he started, where he moved, what is the artistic world that he embodied in the pages of his works, and how his works reflected the modern era. The involvement of a wide range of sources – including previously unpublished archival materials (personal files, documents, letters, reviews) – made it possible to cover a significant part of the writer's legacy during the formation of his artistic interests, to address those problems of his biography and creativity that were previously outside the area of research attention.

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