By Michael Kirkwood

ISBN-10: 1349124834

ISBN-13: 9781349124831

ISBN-10: 1349124850

ISBN-13: 9781349124855

Zinoviev's dual subject matters are the character of Soviet communist society and the West's lack of ability to appreciate it. it's the objective of this publication to track the advance of his considering through a chronological research of his most crucial works.

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He had lived according to an honourable code, had been an exemplary teacher and had been extremely popular with his students. Vet he had not been accepted as fully 'sound' by his colleagues or by the authorities. Although he was invited many times to attend seminars and conferences abroad, he was always refused permission to go. ) Finally he had had enough. He would set down his thoughts about his society on paper. Ziiaushchie vysoty in its original form comprises some 560 pages of smaller than average print.

Livel) , Katastroika. Povest' 0 perestroike v Partgrade (Katastroika - A Tale of Perestroika in Partgrad) . It should be remembered, however, that such a segmentation of Zinoviev's ongoing output is at least partly a result of pragmatic factors relating to the 'juridical and institutional' systems (Foucault, 1988:205) within which Zinoviev has had to operate. ZINOVIEV'S USE OF lANGUAGE We noted above that one of the features of a Zinoviev text is its relatively restricted lexis. In a sense it is easy to account for this phenomenon.

A theory of language which is useful for our purposes posits levels of language in ascending order of complexity: word, phrase, clause, sentence. Each of these levels can fulfil various speech functions. ' are examples of 'speech' making use of 'language' at the level of the word 'silence'. The functions thereby fulfilled are respectively 'exclarnation', 'question' and 'statement'. Zinoviev's use of language can be analysed at all four levels, although we shall limit ourselves to three, namely the levels ofword, phrase and sentence.

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