About ex. editor:
Yuri Ya. Barabash
Yuri Ya. Barabash, DSc in Philology, Professor, Honorary Doctor of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of Research, А.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Povarskaya 25 a, 121069 Moscow, Russia.
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8938-9408
The book continues a series of works devoted to the problems of studying the literary abroad of the peoples of the Russian Federation, the CIS countries and other neighboring states. The focus of the authors of this issue is the literature of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Armenian, Abkhaz, Ingush abroad, the history and modern problems of the literary process in the conditions of national diasporas and emigration. The internal heterogeneity of the literary diaspora and emigration, its chronological framework, ideological and aesthetic features are considered; the integrity of national literature is studied as a dialectical, contradictory phenomenon.
The work is intended for specialists in philology, readers interested in the fate of national cultures.
Keywords: literary abroad, national literature, emigration, literary diaspora.
Yuri A. Azarov.
Yuliy Aikhenwald: from Impressionism to Historicism
Burastan S. Zulumyan.
Western Armenian Poetry of the Early 20th Century: in Anticipation of Disaster
Lyubov N. Turbina.
Holding Back the Storms. “Confession” by Larisa Genyush
Vyacheslav A. Biguaa.
The Life and Work of Omar Beiguaa (New Materials for Biography, Letters, Poetry)
Alexei I. Chagin.
The Muse of Russian Helsingfors (The Poetry by Vera Bulich)
Alexander V. Ledenev.
Sensory Reactivity as a Property of Michail Shishkin's Poetics
Rukiyat Kh. Ugurchieva.
Turkish Period of Creativity of Vassan-Girey Dzhabagiyev (Strokes to the Portrait)