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ISBN:
0813015618
Author:
Brett Cooke
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
University Press of Florida; 1st edition (March 28, 1998)
Pages:
192 pages
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This work tests the notion that artists have a special understanding of creativity, one that allows them to manipulate their psyche to productive ends. Brett Cooke identifies the theme of creativity in the world of Alexander Pushkin, Russia's national poet, and then demonstrates that Pushkin's insights clearly anticipate modern studies of creativity.

Volume 58, Issue 2 (Special Issue: Aleksandr Pushkin 1799-1999). Summer 1999, pp. 454-456. Pushkin and the Creative Process. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998. xi, 180 pp. Appendix.

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First page Exposition . ushkin‘s life and creative work. The father and mother, carried away by high society‘s life, paid little attention to their children, only three of which grew un: the eldest daughter Olga and the sons Alexander and Leo. The other children died in childhood. Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) The exposition acquaints visitors with main phases of the poet‘s life and creative work. Alexander Pushkin was born on 6 June, 1799 in Moscow. Their upbringing was committed to foreign tutors that often changed one another and left in A. Pushkin unpleasant memories.

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"Offers new insights on the creative process in general. . . . New and refreshing readings of several of Pushkin's central works. . . . [Cooke's] inquiry extends beyond both formalism and psychoanalysis, while using insights from both. . . . Should appeal to those studying the psychology of creation or analyzing the question in the work of other poets."--J. Douglas Clayton, University of Texas, Austin

Pushkin and the Creative Process tests the notion that artists have a special understanding of creativity, one that allows them to manipulate their psyche to productive ends.  Brett Cooke identifies the theme of creativity in the work of Alexander Pushkin, Russia’s national poet, and then demonstrates that Pushkin's insights clearly anticipate modern studies of creativity. Pushkin's grasp of the psychology of creativity may be gleaned from eyewitness accounts and from essays, letters, conversations, and his artistic writings--particularly "The Poet," "Autumn," "Conversation of a Bookseller with a Poet," "Verses Composed at Night during Insomnia," and The Egyptian Nights.  Maintaining that Pushkin developed his greatest insights while writing poetry--indeed, that he had to be inspired to gain insight into the subject of inspiration--he argues that evidence exists to suggest that Pushkin did not even understand what he was writing unless he was engaged in the act of writing. As Pushkin became increasingly interested in his own struggles with his muse, Cooke says, creativity became more and more a token of valuation for his characters, which makes his failure to complete The Egyptian Nights all the more poignant. 

Brett Cooke, associate professor of Russian at Texas A & M University, is the author of numerous articles in publications such as Russian Language Journal, Russian Literature, Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis, and Human Nature.