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23 April 2014 16:00

Series and Systems: Russian and American Dystopian Satires of the Cold War

Филологический факультет СПбГУ
Санкт-Петербург, Университетская наб., 11

Lecture by Derek Maus, SUNY College at Potsdam, the USA. SPbGU, School of Philology, room 201.

One of most striking aspects of literature written during the Cold War is the prevalence of dystopian and/or anti-utopian work, a trait that is a parodic-satirical response intended to subvert the rampant utopian mindsets of both the superpowers during the Cold War.


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