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Author: Lesley Milne
ISBN: 1843311194
Language: English
Pages: 238 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Anthem Press (September 29, 2004)
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Lesley Milne has published widely in the field of Russian humour and satire. Laughter and War: Humorous-Satirical Magazines in Britain, France, Germany and Russia 1914-1918 Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Reflective Laughter: Aspects of Humour in Russian Culture Anthem Press.

Reflective Laughter' is the first book devoted to an overview of this subject. In doing so, it explores how our understanding remains distorted by the polarization of the East and West during the Cold War. Bringing together contributions from a number of distinguished scholars from Russia, Europe and North America, this volume ranges from the classics of nineteenth-century literature through to the intellectual and popular comedic culture, both state-sponsored and official, of the twentieth-century, taking in journalism, propaganda, scholarly discourse, jokes, films and television.

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As with any other culture's humour, its vast scope ranges from lewd jokes and wordplay to political satire. According to Dmitry Likhachov, Russian comedy traditions in literature could be traced back to Praying of Daniel the Immured by Daniil Zatochnik, a Pereyaslavl-born lower class writer who lived between the 12th and 13th centuries

The end of the Cold War brought new opportunities to explore the long tradition and myriad uses of humour through over two centuries of Russian literature and culture. 'Reflective Laughter' is the first book devoted to an overview of this subject. Bringing together contributions from a number of distinguished scholars from Russia, Europe and North America, this volume ranges from the classics of nineteenth-century literature through to the intellectual and popular comedic culture, both state-sponsored and official, of the twentieth-century, taking in journalism, propaganda, scholarly discourse, jokes, films and television. In doing so, it explores how our understanding remains distorted by the polarization of the East and West during the Cold War.