Satire in Russian & Czech Literature - 01
RUS 0091 - 01
Comparative study of seminal writers and works in Russian and Czech satire primarily in the twentieth century. Emphasis on techniques, modes and styles of satire as well as their primary targets, especially Nazism and Communism. Focus on the writer as political voice and public conscience. Readings include Bulgakov, Tolstaya, Strugatsky Brothers, Capek, Kundera and others. All readings and discussions in English. No prerequisites. Cross-listed as ILVS 91-01.
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