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La reprise du dialogue avec la slavistique occidentale après la mort de Stalin. L’exemple de Julian Grigorevič Oksman (1894/95-1970)

  • Catherine Depretto

Prominent historian of Russian literature, one of the best pushkinists of his time, Ju. Oksman was sent to a camp in Kolyma in 1936. Upon his release in 1947, he found a position at Saratov University, then he moved to the Institute of World Literature a decade later. Because of his anti-stalinism, he was fired from his academic positions in 1964 and until the perestroika it was forbidden to write about him in USSR. His letters to Ludwig Domherr or Gleb Struve provide a rich material of the scholar’s determination to revive the dialogue with the West and a testimony of his courageous position.

  • Keywords:
  • Julian Oksman,
  • Gleb Struve,
  • Ludwig Domherr,
  • Destalinization,
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Catherine Depretto

Sorbonne University, France - ORCID: 0000-0003-4732-6051

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Chapter Title

La reprise du dialogue avec la slavistique occidentale après la mort de Stalin. L’exemple de Julian Grigorevič Oksman (1894/95-1970)

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Catherine Depretto

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10.36253/978-88-6453-507-4.23

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Russia, Oriente slavo e Occidente europeo. Fratture e integrazioni nella storia e nella civiltà letteraria

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Fratture e integrazioni nella storia e nella civiltà letteraria

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Claudia Pieralli, Claire Delaunay, Eugène Priadko

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