Codes of Pushkin's literary communication (periodical press — conversation of a poet with a bookseller/a censor — pseudonyms) Cover Image

Коды литературной коммуникации Пушкина (периодика — разговоры поэта с книгопродавцем/цензором — псевдонимы)
Codes of Pushkin's literary communication (periodical press — conversation of a poet with a bookseller/a censor — pseudonyms)

Author(s): Lyudmil Dimitrov
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature
Published by: Polskie Towarzystwo Rusycytyczne
Keywords: Pushkin; literary codes; communication codes; ludism; censorship; freedom

Summary/Abstract: This article is about how Pushkin overcomes the censorship, about the freedom of speech and the original artistic method of the first poet of Russia. Pushkin has to deal with the censorship, with the limitations of freedom — personal and public, more than once. He writes literature all his life, but is also interested in the problems of publication — in the periodicals and his books. In this sense, the controversies in his poetry, his essays and his personal correspondence are very interesting. Pushkin’s “codified” messages, his pseudonyms and hidden hints are very interesting because of the appearances of ludism in his communication with those in power

  • Issue Year: 3/2016
  • Issue No: 155
  • Page Range: 21-30
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Russian