The research focuses on the complex situation concerning the rigid definition of national cultural identities in the post-Soviet space. In contemporary Ukraine the conflict between alternative cultural models reflects social and political struggles. The contemporary Ukrainian literature in Russian represents a productive field of research in order to analyze the post-Soviet national context. Such a literary phenomenon rises in the interstitial passage between Ukrainian fixed opposite identifications: we deal with a proper hybrid phenomenon which grows out of the passage from the Soviet domination to the national independence.

Scritture ibride post-sovietiche. Per una letteratura ucraina di lingua russa / Marco Puleri. - (2015).

Scritture ibride post-sovietiche. Per una letteratura ucraina di lingua russa

PULERI, MARCO
2015

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The research focuses on the complex situation concerning the rigid definition of national cultural identities in the post-Soviet space. In contemporary Ukraine the conflict between alternative cultural models reflects social and political struggles. The contemporary Ukrainian literature in Russian represents a productive field of research in order to analyze the post-Soviet national context. Such a literary phenomenon rises in the interstitial passage between Ukrainian fixed opposite identifications: we deal with a proper hybrid phenomenon which grows out of the passage from the Soviet domination to the national independence.
Marcello Garzaniti
ITALIA
Marco Puleri
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