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Russian Formalism | The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism

@inproceedings{Margolin2011RussianF,
  title={Russian Formalism | The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism},
  author={Uri Margolin},
  year={2011}
}
Russian Formalism is the name for a group of literary scholars and linguists who between 1916 and 1929, while most were still in their twenties, developed a series of innovative theoretical concepts, claims, models, and methodological norms concerning various aspects of the literary system and its study. The group had two centers: the Moscow Linguistic Circle and OPOYAZ (the Society for the Study of Poetic Language) in St. Petersburg, oriented more toward literary history. The leading members… 
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