Article 4217

Title of the article

THE PHENOMENON OF PERCEPTION OF THE REVOLUTION OF 1917 IN THE USA (1917–1933) 

Authors

Karmanova Maria Olegovna, Postgraduate student, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (10/2 MiklukhoMaklaya street, Moscow, Russia), mashelsie@inbox.ru

Index UDK

94(47).084

DOI

10.21685/2072-3024-2017-2-4

Abstract

Background. The purpose of the research is to compare the images of the 1917 revolution, and its consequences in the American press, and in the emigre prose published in the US in the period from 1917 to 1933.
Materials and methods. To achieve this goal a variety of materials of the Russian and foreign researchers were used, the works of famous American journalist George Reed, A. R. Williams, T. Dreiser and F. Della and novels by A. Rand were examined. The main research method was comparative analysis, which included the principles of historicism, objectivity and consistency, revealed the content side of the issue and the scientific approach to sources.
Results. The study of the works by Russian emigrant A. Rand and American journalists, materials of socio-political daily newspapers “New York Evening Post” and “New York Times”, “Vanity Fair” magazine and “The Saturday Evening Post” made it possible to trace the specifics of the formation of the image of Russia in the United States after the 1917 revolution.
Conclusions. The sources allow us to trace the process of formation of Russia’s image in the United States in the period from 1917 to 1933, to identify the reasons why the American public took the revolution of 1917 and its aftermath positively.

Key words

Revolution of 1917, United States, socialism, communism, American literature, emigrant prose

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