Jakobsonian Poetics and Slavic Narrative: From Pushkin to Solzhenitsyn by Krystyna Pomorska
Krystyna Pomorska (1928–1986), a noted specialist of Slavic literature and literary theory, is best known for her pioneering work in applying Roman Jakobson's theories of poetics to prose narratives. This collection draws together and makes accessible her writings over two decades (among them articles appearing in English for the first time), and treats a wide range of Slavic literary works, including Pushkin, Tolstoy, Pasternak, Chekov, and Solzhenitsyn, as well as examples from Polish and Ukrainian literature and folklore.
Duke University Press Books, 1992.
ISBN: 9780822312338. 323 pp.
Hardcover. Fine in a fine jacket.