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In the works of literary critics from Great Britain, Russia, the USA and France, a variety of themes and motives are considered that unite three great writers of different nations: the genius of Christianity and demons of nationalism, a huge city and squalid corners, a dreamer flaneur and an underground spiteful critic, prophetic birds and poor people, psychopathies and sociopathy, etc.

Poe, Baudelaire, Dostoevsky: Splendor and Poverty of a National Genius

  • 9780262085007

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