Ostranenie and Genre: Semiotic Subversions in The Crying of Lot 49 and 'Death and the Compass.'
Viktor Shklovsky’s Heritage in Literature, Arts, and Philosophy Edited by Slav N. Gratchev and Howard Mancing - Introduction by Irina Evdokimova - Contributions by Michael Eskin; Michael Everson; Victor Fet; Norbert Francis; Melissa Garr; David Gorman; Slav N. Gratchev; Grant Hamilton; Ilya Kalinin; Basil Lvoff; Alexander Markov; Steven Mills; Eric Naiman; Annie Van den Oever; Serguei Oushakine; Holger Pötzsch and Rachel Schmidt This book examines the heritage of Victor Shklovsky in a variety of disciplines. To achieve this end, Slav N. Gratchev and Howard Mancing draw upon colleagues from eight different countries across the world—the United States, Canada, Russia, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, Norway, and China—in order to bring the widest variety of points of view on the subject. Viktor Shklovsky’s Heritage in Literature, Arts, and Philosophy is more than just another collection of essays of literary criticism: the editors invited scholars from different disciplines—literature, cinematography, and philosophy—who have dealt with Shklovsky’s heritage and saw its practical application in their fields. Therefore, all of these essays are written in a variety of humanist academic and scholarly styles, all engaging and dynamic.
"Ostranenie and Genre: Semiotic Subversions in The Crying of Lot 49 and 'Death and the Compass.'” Shklovsky's Heritage in Literature, Arts and Philosophy. Slav Gratchev, ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2019. 79-92.