In search of “the modern” (review of the collective monograph Zhurcheva T.V., Samorukova I.V., Sundukova K.A., Tyutelova L.G. «Modern as a problem in the history of literature and culture: words and boundaries of the concepts modern”, “modernism”, “postmodern”, “postmodernism”»)

Abstract

The review is devoted to the collective monograph Zhurcheva T.V., Samorukova I.V., Sundukova K.A., Tyutelova L.G. «Modern as a problem in the history of literature and culture: words and boundaries of the concepts “modern”, “modernism”, “postmodern”, “postmodernism”». The author comes to the conclusion that the book brings significant clarity to the differentiation of theoretical concepts, in particular, “modernism” and “postmodernism”, and has not only scientific, but also methodological potential.

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Sergei Lavlinsky

Russian State University for the Humanities

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Email: slavlinsky@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-6592-1431

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Theoretical and Historical Poetics

Russian Federation, 6, Miusskaya Square, Central Federal District, Moscow, 125047, Russian Federation

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