During the period of Khrushchev's power there was a considerable
amount of writing and discussion about young people, their attitudes and
problems. This interest in the situation and attitudes of the young
spread over several dominant themes, and since, in most cases, the prose
dealing with this subject contained a great deal of critical comment,
often of matters that had hitherto been excluded from discussion, it drew
upon itself the fire of orthodox literary critics and officialdom....[Show more]
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