This collection of eight essays reassess Russian literature, paying particular attention to writings by women and to popular culture, and challenge conventional readings of the Russian "great tradition". The status of the literary canon is questioned and the position of the critic re-evaluated. The radical standpoint of the eight writers takes its orientation in particular from the theories of Mikhail Bakhtin and from western feminism.
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