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Fri Mar 21 17:03:21 2014 UTClccn-n791059230.50Energy of delusion : a book on plot /0.720.98Drugai︠a︡ nauka : Russkie formalisty v poiskakh biografii /108303033Viktor_Shklovskyn 79105923337924Chklovski, V. (Victor)Chklovski, VictorChklovski, Victor, 1893-Chklovski, Victor, 1893-1983Chklovski, Victor, 1893-1984Chklovski, ViktorChklovski Viktor Borisovitch 1893-1984Chklovski, Viktor Borissovitch (1893-1984).Chklovskii, VictorChklovskii, Viktor BorisovitchChklovskiĭ Viktor Borisovitch 1893-1984Schklovsky, V. 1893-1984Schklowkij, Viktor 1893-1984Schklowski, V., 1893-1984Schklowski, V. (Viktor), 1893-Schklowski, Victor Borisovič, 1893-1984Schklowski, Viktor, 1893-1983Schklowski, Viktor, 1893-1984Schklowski, Wiktor B. 1893-1984Schklowskij, Viktor.Schklowskij, Viktor, 1893-1983Schklowskij, Viktor, 1893-1984Schklowskij, Viktor BorissowitschShklovski, V., 1893-1984Shklovski, Victor 1893-1984Shklovski, Viktor 1893-1984Shklovski, Viktor B. 1893-1984Shklovskiĭ, V. 1893-1984Shklovskiĭ, V. (Viktor), 1893-1984S̆hklovskiĭ, Victor Borisovich, 1893-1984Shklovskiĭ, Viktor 1893-1984Shklovskii, Viktor Borisovich, 1893-1983Shklovskiĭ, Viktor Borisovich 1893-1984Shklovskij, Viktor BorisovichShklovsky, VictorShklovsky, Victor, 1893-Shklovsky, Victor, 1893-1983Shklovsky, Victor, 1893-1984Shklovsky, Viktor, 1893-Shklovsky, Viktor, 1893-1983Shklovsky, Viktor, 1893-1984Shklovsky, Viktor BorisovichSjklovski, Viktor, 1893-1983Sjklovski, Viktor, 1893-1984Sjklovskij, Viktor, 1893-1983Sjklovskij, Viktor, 1893-1984Sjklowskij, Wiktor, 1893-1984Sklốp-xki, Vich-to, 1893-1984Sklôpxki, Vich-to 1893-1984Šklovski, Víctor, 1893-1984Šklovski, ViktorŠklovskii, Viktor Borisovič 1893-1984Šklovskij, V.Šklovskij, V. 1893-1984Šklovskij, Viktor.S̆klovskij, Viktor, 1893-Šklovskij, Viktor, 1893-1984S̆klovskij, Viktor B. (Viktor Borisovich), 1893-Šklovskij, Viktor BorisovičŠklovskij, Viktor Borisovič 1893-1984Šklovskis, V. (Viktors), 1893-1984Šklovskis, Viktors, 1893-1984Szkłowski, Wiktor.Szkłowski, Wiktor, 1893-1984Шкловский, В.Б. (Виктор Борисович), 1893-1984Шкловский, В. (Виктор), 1893-1984Шкловский, В. (Виктор Борисович), 1893-1984Шкловский, Виктор, 1893-1984.Шкловский, Виктор БорисовичШкловский, Виктор Борисович, 1893-1984シクロフスキイシクロフスキイ, ヴィクトルlccn-n79068416Tolstoy, Leograf1828-1910dtelccn-n81030310Sheldon, Richard(Richard Robert)auicomtrledtlccn-n79021383Маяковский, Владимир1893-1930lccn-n81151199Robinson, Douglas1954-lccn-n79018801Brecht, Bertolt1898-1956lccn-n88150625Sher, Benjamintrlnc-ecole superieure sacre coeur sorel queÉcole supérieure Sacré-Coeur, Sorel, Quelccn-n2006076194Avagyan, Shushantrllccn-n80131345RussiaАрмияlccn-n80036579Пушкин, Александр Сергеевич1799-1837Shklovskiĭ, Viktor1893-1984Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives‡vRussianPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceInterviewsExperimental fictionShklovskiĭ, Viktor,Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Prose literatureSoviet UnionWorld War (1914-1918)Authors, RussianProse literature--TechniqueRussia (Federation)CriticismGermanyBrecht, Bertolt,Alienation (Social psychology) in literatureMayakovsky, Vladimir,FriendshipLiterature, ModernNovelists, RussianRussian literatureSoldiersMotion pictures and literatureRussia.--Armii︠a︡Formalism (Literary analysis)FictionVoĭna i mir (Tolstoy, Leo, graf)Motion picturesPushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich,Art criticismCinematographyChaplin, Charlie,Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,Eisenstein, Sergei,Russian prose literatureĖĭkhenbaum, B.--(Boris),LiteraturePolo, Marco,History in literatureBiography in literatureTravelVoyages and travelsAsiaGeography, MedievalTravelersItalyPoeticsFuturism (Literary movement)Motion picture producers and directorsBeckett, Samuel,Pudovkin, Vsevolod Illarionovich,Motion picture actors and actressesScreenwritersKeaton, Buster,1893198419001914191919211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193619371938193919401944194519471948194919501951195319551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013145366011749BPG3476.S488ocn673846585ocn805044581ocn676251501ocn805044571ocn767067481ocn816507123ocn822811675ocn693959148ocn073878944ocn813635937ocn755137846ocn443324153ocn185182772ocn439222238ocn663086230ocn079400256ocn185467306ocn645014810ocn023313468ocn692041746ocn856814103ocn4417292046989ocn000163821book19710.56Shklovskiĭ, ViktorZoo; or, Letters not about loveHistoryExperimental fiction"While living in exile in Berlin, Viktor Shklovsky fell in love with Elsa Triolet (the "Alya" of this novel). Shklovsky was in the habit of sending Elsa several letters a day, a situation she accepted under one condition: he was forbidden to write about love. Zoo, or Letters Not about Love is an epistolary novel born of this constraint, and although the brilliant and playful letters contained here cover everything from observations about contemporary German and Russian life to theories of art and literature, nonetheless every one of them is indirectly dedicated to the one topic they are all required to avoid: their author's own unrequited love."--BOOK JACKET+-+666832910657314ocn020993365book19900.59Shklovskiĭ, ViktorTheory of proseCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+891830164556416ocn000583920book19720.53Shklovskiĭ, ViktorMayakovsky and his circleBiography43745ocn010853015book19250.92Shklovskiĭ, ViktorO teorii prozyCriticism, interpretation, etc36531ocn001873468book19630.81Shklovskiĭ, ViktorLev TolstoĭBiography28114ocn004955996book19780.76Shklovskiĭ, ViktorLev TolstoyBiography2366ocn071842783book20070.50Shklovskiĭ, ViktorEnergy of delusion : a book on plotCriticism, interpretation, etc"Energy of Delusion is a seminal work by one of the leading figures of Russian Formalism. Started in 1969 and completed in 1981 (when Viktor Shklovsky was 88), it mixes biography with literary theory in an expansive study of the novel form, encompassing the works of Tolstoy, Boccaccio, Cervantes, Pushkin, Chekhov, Dostoyevski, Sterne, Twain, and many others."--BOOK JACKET+-+117932910620829ocn000845753book19280.92Shklovskiĭ, ViktorMaterʹi︠a︡l i stilʹ v romane Lʹva Tolstogo "Voĭna i mir."1958ocn004358710book19660.90Shklovskiĭ, ViktorPovesti o proze; razmyshlenii︠a︡ i razboryCriticism, interpretation, etc1864ocn049977296book19770.70Shklovskiĭ, ViktorThird factory+-+52683291061785ocn057124568book20050.81Shklovskiĭ, ViktorKnight's moveCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+003832910617728ocn030890954book19380.73Shklovskiĭ, ViktorLe Voyage de Marco PoloBiographyNé dans une famille de riches marchands dans la toute puissante Venise du XIII siècle ; Marco Polo s'embarque à dix-sept ans, avec son père et son oncle, pour un voyage qui lui fera traverser l'Asie. Il apprend la langue mongole et séjourne en Chine pendant seize ans, durant lesquels il est chargé de nombreuses missions dans le pays1733ocn176649040book20080.86Shklovskiĭ, ViktorLiterature and cinematographyHistoryIn this essay, a leading figure of the Russian Formalist movement of the 1910s and 1920s enunciates the function of the arts: what they are and, more importantly, what they are not. His views of the other arts lead him into speculations about cinematography, which was just emerging at the time of writing, 1923+-+27393291061708ocn007482882book19590.95Shklovskiĭ, ViktorKhudozhestvennai︠a︡ proza : razmyshlenii︠a︡ i razboryCriticism, interpretation, etc16611ocn000669977book19230.93Tomashevskiĭ, B. VOcherki po poėtike PushkinaCriticism, interpretation, etc15013ocn002887533book19570.90Shklovskiĭ, ViktorZa i protiv : zametki o Dostoevskom15023ocn006281710book19720.86Shklovskiĭ, ViktorĖĭzenshteĭnBiography14615ocn003172331book19530.86Shklovskiĭ, ViktorZametki o proze russkikh klassikov; o proizvedenii︠a︡kh Pushkina, Gogoli︠a︡, Lermontova, Turgeneva, Goncharova, Tolstogo, ChekhovaCriticism, interpretation, etc14412ocn000485647book19660.70Shklovskiĭ, ViktorTheorie der ProsaCriticism, interpretation, etc13927ocn015310885book19280.93Shklovskiĭ, ViktorGamburgskiĭ schetHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc8947ocn000052299book19700.59Shklovskiĭ, ViktorA sentimental journey; memoirs, 1917-1922HistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Russian"Viktor Shklovsky's A Sentimental Journey, which borrows its title from Laurence Sterne, describes the travels of a bewildered intellectual through Russia, Persia, the Ukraine, and the Caucasus during the period of the Russian Revolution. Valuable as a historical document for its first-hand account of the events during the period of 1917-1922, A Sentimental Journey is also an important experimental literary work - a memoir in the form of a novel." "At times lyrical, disturbing, ironic, and erudite, A Sentimental Journey is a singular book from one of the most recognizable and influential voices of twentieth- century Russian literature."--BOOK JACKET+-+09083291067023ocn609271430file20080.59Robinson, DouglasEstrangement and the somatics of literature Tolstoy, Shklovsky, BrechtHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+31423365353112ocn003076532book19770.70Shklovskiĭ, ViktorThird factory2332ocn003075493book19770.86Sheldon, RichardViktor Shklovsky : an international bibliography of works by and about himBibliography1202ocn008318247book19660.92Shklovskiĭ, ViktorZhili-byli; vospominanii︠a︡, memuarnye zapisi, povesti o vremeni: s kont︠s︡a xix v. po 1964 gRecords and correspondence1162ocn002613080book19640.92Shklovskiĭ, ViktorZhili-byli; vospominanii︠a︡, memuarnye zapisi, povesti o vremeni: s kont︠s︡a xix v. po 1962 g1071ocn783161382book20120.66Shklovskiĭ, ViktorShklovsky : witness to an eraInterviews771ocn018043658book19870.88Dohrn, VerenaDie Literaturfabrik : die frühe autobiographische Prosa V.B. Šklovskijs : ein Versuch zur Bewältigung der Krise der AvantgardeCriticism, interpretation, etc722ocn652540944book20100.93Finer, EmilyTurning into Sterne : Viktor Shklovskii and literary receptionCriticism, interpretation, etc"Viktor Shklovskii (1893-1984) is best known as an inventor of Russian Formalism, the literary theorist responsible for ostranenie, defamiliarisation. Just after the 1917 Revolution, Shklovskii claimed Tristram Shandy to be 'the most typical novel in world literature'; he then proceeded to theorise Sterne's formal experiments with plot; to chronicle his own wartime exploits in an autobiographical 'Sentimental Journey'; and to promote Tristram Shandy as a prototype for the new Soviet novel. His reading of Tristram Shandy and his lifelong relationship with its author, Laurence Sterne (1713-1769), were of enormous importance to Shklovskii, whose theory of prose remains current in Western academia. As Finer shows, they can tell us much not only about Shklovskii but also the extended, tangled ways of literary reception, and translation."--Publisher's website+-+6005901546552ocn024779866book19900.93Shklovskiĭ, ViktorSentimentalʹnoe puteshestvieHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Russian523ocn054629862book20030.97Levchenko, JanIstorii︠a︡ i fikt︠s︡ii︠a︡ v tekstakh V. Shklovskogo i B. Ėĭkhenbauma v 1920-e gg.Criticism, interpretation, etc512ocn052961847book20020.70Shklovskiĭ, Viktor"Eshche nichego ne konchilosʹ--"Biography405ocn015370237book19670.94Shklovskiĭ, ViktorSentimental'noe puteshestvīe : vospominanīi︠a︡, 1917-1922HistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Russian301ocn794175798book20120.98Levchenko, JanDrugai︠a︡ nauka : Russkie formalisty v poiskakh biografiiCriticism, interpretation, etc241ocn001734885book19730.90Shklovskiĭ, ViktorLa marche du cheval162ocn038108613book19940.63Jonscher, BeateViktor S̆klovskij : Leben und Werk bis zum Beginn der dreissiger Jahre unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Verfremdungsbegriffes und seiner EntwicklungCriticism, interpretation, etc122ocn042462044book19970.86Panchenko, OlʹgaViktor Shklovskiĭ : tekst--mif--realʹnostʹ : k probleme literaturnoĭ i i︠a︡zykovoĭ lichnostiCriticism, interpretation, etc123ocn009745716book19660.94Sheldon, RichardViktor Borisovič Shklovsky literary theory and practice, 1914-1930Criticism, interpretation, etc101ocn018660405book19260.84Shklovskiĭ, ViktorVoyage sentimentalHistoryPersonal narratives Russian101ocn057713475book20040.97De Benedictis, MaurizioImmagini parallele : due uomini e un film : Ejzenštejn e Šklovskij, Ejzenštejn e Pudovkin, Beckett e Keaton+-+1179329106+-+1179329106Fri Mar 21 15:42:42 EDT 2014batch50603