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What happened to the Russian literature in the post Soviet era? Popov in the Anting hotel most people are not familiar with Russian classical literature, Pushkin, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on, such as: Gogol, Chekhov, Golgi, and so on, and so on, and so on…… Some of their works were even recited by the majority of the students. But when it comes to contemporary Russian writers, few people know. The Shanghai book fair in August to the Russian writer Mikhail · Popov, he brought his masterpiece "Moscow Yankees" (Bevan force translation), "Yijieya" (translated by Li Hongmei), "red monkey" (Zhang Hongyu translation). Popov was born on 1957 in Kharkov (now in Ukraine), is a Ukrainian father, grew up in the Russian culture environment, but also sad love Ukraine in Ukraine, in Russia Ukraine conflict – dialogue, which he created the "Moscow" Yankee book as the background, a "successor" of the story however, the "successor" is a middle-aged bad "Uncle", identity is Moscow construction tycoon brother. As one of the representative works of Russian contemporary literature, "the Moscow guy", the Chinese version of the Chinese version of the book, also throws a question to Chinese readers Around this problem, in September 26th, a number of experts and scholars gathered in Russian literature, history, contemporary Russian literature translation research seminar held in East China Normal University. "Fire red monkey" Sino Russian literature when out? China’s literary lovers were once closely related to Russian literature. When did we get out of touch with the Russian culture? Dean of East China Normal University Institute of international relations and development area, the Russian Research Center Director Feng Shaolei believes that this should be traced back to the former Soviet Union, the former Soviet Union to Russia’s last century in 60s and 70s the most critical, "it is because of the history, culture and development of us and the former Soviet Union almost completely out of touch, only by very limited channels. And then the makeup, can capture the general context. However, the lack of cultural exchanges, brought a lot of deviation. Despite the rapid rebound in the mid 1990s, but we can still feel the same as in the last century in 50s. After the 50s Sino Russian relations between the two countries to recover, as elite communication carrier, after 90s, engaged in border trade and some businessmen rushed in the first line, when the communication quality is completely different. With the development of the country, the relationship has been deepened and promoted, and the level of the participants of the communication has been improved. But then there was a gap in our political, economic, and security on these issues more research, compared with the development of the humanities in proportion." Feng Shaolei cited a researcher’s point of view, that the political, economic, sociological, comparable to the humanities, because the humanities are penetrating the human mind. On the contrary we did not predict the collapse of the Soviet Union, it is the humanities research field to be more close to the field, it is because there is a characteristic of humanities research, not only is the function, and its endowment determines it to look deeper and farther." The Moscow guy"相关的主题文章:

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