Inga Vidugirytė
Gogol and the Geographical Imagination of Romanticism

The book presents an exploration of the initial stage of the emergence and development of modern geographical imagination in Russia. It deals with a period of the intellectual life around 1830s when a new paradigm of geography that arose from German Romanticism was adopted by Russian men of letters. The book focuses on the creative work of Nikolai Gogol (1809–1852) who was the first in Russia to grasp and describe the new approach to the science of geography in his article “Some Thoughts on the Teaching of Geography to Children” (1831). The book presents the archeology of Gogol’s geographical ideas and analysis of the intertextual relations between the author’s fiction and geographical sources he used.

Spausdinta versija:

Leidykla: Akademinė leidyba ir Vilniaus universiteto leidykla
ISBN 978-609-459-945-3

Anglų kalba
Minkštas viršelis
Leidimo metai: 2018
Puslapių skaičius: 276
Aukštis 24,0 cm, plotis 17,0 cm.

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