VALERY BRUSOV AND VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY: THE HISTORY OF AN ARGUMENT BETWEEN SYMBOLISTS AND FUTURISTS

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ALEXANDER AKHSAKHALYAN

Abstract

The individual aspect of young Valery Brusov's project is decisive for the formation of the Russian Symbolist Movement. The specificity of Russian Futurism is indeed conditioned by the collective dimension of experience and an artistic expression in which the use of coarse parody often hides the subtle interplay of literary allusions. The reflexion hinges upon the image of poet Brusov who is caricatured in the founding article of Russian Futurism «A Slap in the Face of Public Taste».

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AKHSAKHALYAN, A. “VALERY BRUSOV AND VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY: THE HISTORY OF AN ARGUMENT BETWEEN SYMBOLISTS AND FUTURISTS”. Brusov Readings, Nov. 2018, pp. 149-58, doi:10.31377/brus.v0i0.240.
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