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Pushkin’s Monument and Allusion is the first aesthetic analysis of Russia’s most famous monument to its greatest poet, Alexander Pushkin.
Sidney Eric Dement is an assistant professor in the Department of German and Russian Studies at Binghamton University.
Angela Brintlinger, Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, The Ohio State University:
"Pushkin’s Monument and Allusion encourages the reader to think about the multi-dimensional relationship – text, statue, performance – between allusion and space."
Alexandra Smith, Department of European Languages and Cultures, The University of Edinburgh:
"Pushkin’s Monument and Allusion is meticulously researched, well focused, and thought provoking."
Emily Johnson, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma:
"This book makes a superb addition to literature both on Pushkin as a mythic figure in Russian culture and also on Moscow as a city."
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