By Omry Ronen
During this examine, Ronen severely examines the time period "Silver Age", which through the years has won such extensive forex between historians and connoisseurs of twentieth century Russian tradition. the writer strains the beginning and the arguable improvement of what he condemns as an influential misnomer. Ronen units out to debunk the parable that attributes invention of the time period to Nikolai Berdiaev, and in flip lines this frequent catchword within the severe idiom from an abscure, avante-garde manifesto to the current day. He lays to leisure using the time period which he sees because the so much deceptive constituent of Russia's modern cultural self-awareness and self-assessment.
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12, Paris, 1928), wrote: “XX contra XIX. The twentieth century versus the 22 OMRY RONEN nineteenth, the dates of which are: 1789–1914” (Fedotov 1967: 198). In Poèma bez geroia, too, the “real twentieth century” would begin a year after the events described, in 1914: A po naberezhnoi legendarnoi Priblizhalsia ne kalendarnyi— Nastoiashchii Dvadtsatyi Vek. ” Skazal v telefon. Skoree, skoree— Konchaetsia srok: “Variag” i “Koreets” Poshli na vostok… Tam lastochkoi reet Staraia bol’… A dal’she temneet Fort Shabrol’, Kak proshlogo veka Razrushennyi sklep, Gde staryi kaleka Oglokh i oslep.
That literature is the greatest monument of the Russian spirit; it has attained a universal significance. But for our theme concerning the sources of Russian communism one of its features is of importance, which constitutes its most remarkable distinguishing trait. Russian literature is the most prophetic in the world; it is full of forebodings and predictions; its innate quality is the anxiety about the impending catastrophe. […] Russian literature of that age was not a Renaissance one in its spirit.
Following this pattern, the age of Nicholas I is that of Nikolai Gogol’, whose bizarre interpretation of Pushkin’s poem “K N**” seems to be an evidence of the possibility of such an association on the part of Gogol’ himself (Gogol’ 1952:253–255; see also: Kallash 1909; Vatsuro 1991). The last reign is identified with Nikolai Gumilev, who shared the lot of his sovereign Nicholas II; Vladimir Maiakovskii was a namesake of Lenin; Osip [Iosif] Mandel’shtam projected some of his own attributes upon Iosif Stalin, and vice versa (“I am myself like that,” he wrote in his poem about the six-fingered injustice) (see: Ronen 1983:86–87).
Fallacy of the Silver Age in Twentieth-Century Russian Literature (Sign Text Culture: Studies in Slavic and Comparative Semioti) by Omry Ronen