Moscow and St. Petersburg in Russia's Silver Age

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The twilight of Imperial Russia witnessed a sudden renaissance that left a profound imprint on the visual, literary and performing arts: here was a Silver Age as luminous perhaps as the Golden Age of Russian literature many decades before. Advancing in roughly chronological sequence, Moscow and St Petersburg in Russia's Silver Age highlights the essential social and political developments of this turbulent era, which painting, poetry, music and dance both reflected and affected. The book carries a rich repertoire of artistic images and vintage documentary photographs, many of which have not been published before. With a clear narrative and comprehensive bibliography, this volume will appeal to both the specialist and the general student of Russian history and culture.

Author/Artist/Designer

John E. Bowlt

Pages

396

Dimensions

16.1cm x 3.7cm x 23.8cm

ISBN

9780500295649

Product code

162314

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