Listomania, Or Catalog as Technique (With Examples from Poetry and Prose, Classical and Modern, Western and Russian)

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Alexander Konstantinovich Zholkovsky

University of Southern California

taught at Cornell University (1980-1983) and is a Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature (USC, Los Angeles). A graduate of MGU (1959), he holds a PhD in African linguistics (1970) Los Angeles, CA, USA


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