Reinventing Soviet visual memory :a case study of Marina Goldovskaia's documentary Solovki power
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Bachelors of Arts (BA)
Frederick C. Corney
When I first decided to write about Vlast' Solovetskaia (Solovki Power), Marina Goldovskaia's 1988 documentary about the 1920's prison camp on Solovki Island in the far north of Russia, I though this project would be about Stalinist culture. However, I realized that the larger issue surrounding this film was not what it said about the camp, but rather the tension between the present and the representation of the past.
Alpert, Erin Rebecca, "Reinventing Soviet visual memory :a case study of Marina Goldovskaia's documentary Solovki power" (2007). Undergraduate Honors Theses. William & Mary. Paper 342.
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