Igor' Narskij, Natal'ja Narskaja

One Hundred Years in the Russian Kaleidoscope. Images of the October Revolution

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Keywords: Revolution; Collective Memory; Myth; Image.

The images that had witnesses and protagonists of the Russian Revolution of 1917 changed to become unrecognizable when they were still alive; the elaboration of the revolutionary past is still continuing today, decades away from the death of winners and winners. Who and for what purpose did he need to produce new images of past events? What stages did they cross their production? How was it possible to replace the immediate impressions of revolutionary witnesses with revolutionary myths? Which factors accelerated or channeled memory and collective oblivion? How did this affect the creation of images of the revolution? These are the questions addressed in the text.

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