Die neuen "Russophilen": Robert Müller, Heimito von Doderer, Joseph Roth und ihre Auseinandersetzung mit Russland

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Abstract

This paper discusses the so called “neue Russophilie” among Austrian authors in the 1920s taking into account three representative figures: Robert Müller, Joseph Roth and Heimito von Doderer. Even based on different cultural experiences and types of contact with the country in question, Austrian “images of Russia” contain quite stable and similar patterns in the perception of the Other. Attention will especially be drawn on von Doderer for whom the Russian ‘experience’ (as a prisoner of war in Siberia) had an important initial impact and significance for his later writings and poetological approaches.
Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationDer lange Schatten des “Roten Oktober”
Subtitle of host publicationZur Relevanz und Rezeption sowjetrussischer Kunst, Kultur und Literatur in Österreich 1918-1938
EditorsPrimus-Heinz Kucher, Rebecca Unterberger
Place of PublicationБерлин
PublisherPeter Lang
Pages51-64
ISBN (Electronic)9783631782002, 9783631781999
ISBN (Print)9783631766415
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameWechselwirkungen
Volume22
ISSN (Print)1424-7674

Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

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Belobratow, A. W. (2019). Die neuen "Russophilen": Robert Müller, Heimito von Doderer, Joseph Roth und ihre Auseinandersetzung mit Russland. In P-H. Kucher, & R. Unterberger (Eds.), Der lange Schatten des “Roten Oktober” : Zur Relevanz und Rezeption sowjetrussischer Kunst, Kultur und Literatur in Österreich 1918-1938 (pp. 51-64). (Wechselwirkungen; Vol. 22). Берлин: Peter Lang.