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Russia Lit. Leo Tolstoy. Wrote “War and Peace” “Anna Karenina” “The Death of Ivan Ilyich ”. Rejects the mainstream self-indulgent values. Believed he had a duty to portray life honestly. Soviet Lit. Alexander Blok (revolutionary poet)

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Wrote

  • “War and Peace”
  • “Anna Karenina”
  • “The Death of Ivan Ilyich”
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Alexander Blok (revolutionary poet)

  • Wrote- “The Twelve”; embraced the revolutionary ideas
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Vladimir mayakousky

  • Wrote- “Americans Wonder”
    • Forced people to notice the events taking place around them
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“socialist realism” idolizes socialism + Marxist-Leninist views; capitalism=evil; praised family ideals, loyalty to the revolution, and importance of hard work

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Authors’ works censored, forced to remove parts of stories/poems that criticized the czar in any way, so they hid the criticism in the story plots

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“In the struggle against lies, art has always won and always will. Lies can stand up against much in the world, but not against art.”

    • Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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“The Song of Prince Igor’s Campaign”- written in 1190’s, most famous of early writings

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(writer) Alexander Solzhenitsyn: “One day in the Life of Ivan Denisouich” (criticized Stalin’s government)

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  • Boris Pasternak (writer)
  • Could not publish novel “Dr. Zhivago”
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Way of avoiding censorship

  • System of published work in secret (smuggled works out of the country to be published else where)
  • For writers who criticized government