Andrey (azangru) wrote,

By the late fifties (just about the time Benjamin was being-rediscovered) a few young Soviet literary scholars began reading Bakhtin's work with great excitement. The theory of language in the Dostoyevsky study was, perhaps, a bit more subtle than Stalin's essays on linguistics. And between the lines of Rabelais and His World, one could detect an Aesopian criticism of Soviet culture.

Ну вот так бы хоть Бахтина преподавали, через Aesopian criticism of Soviet culture. Иначе ж он совершенно невыносим!

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