1st Edition

Soviet Literature in the Sixties

Edited By Max Hayward, Edward L. Crowley Copyright 1964
    234 Pages
    by Routledge

    Soviet Literature in the Sixties (1965) examines the Soviet literary scene and its changes following the death of Stalin. Not least among these changes was the increasing freedom given to writers to protest against the injustices of Soviet life and to question the consistency of socialist realism.

    1. The Novel in Russia and the West Rufus Mathewson  2. The Decade Since Stalin A. Gaev  3. The New Idiom Leonid D. Rzhevsky  4. Highlights of the 1962–1963 Thaw Burton Rubin  5. The Non-Russians Anthony Adamovich  6. Soviet Literature in Perspective Gleb Struve  7. Literary Output: 1956–1962 Maurice Friedberg  8. The Political Aspect Peter Benno  9. Epilogue Max Hayward

    Biography

    Max Hayward and Edward L. Crowley