Dialectics of Sin: snokhachestvo Incest in Maxim Gorky's Fiction (2021)
My present investigation focuses on the work of another celebrated classic of Russian literature, Maxim Gorky (1868-1936), whose contribution to thinking about sin/crime in relation to the workings of the Russian family has not been fully explored.
CitationMondry H (2021). Dialectics of Sin: snokhachestvo Incest in Maxim Gorky's Fiction. Continental Thought and Theory. 3(2). 123-142.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research20 - Language, Communication and Culture::2005 - Literary Studies::200509 - Central and Eastern European Literature (incl. Russian)
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