Russian Science Fiction And Fantasy
Science fiction and fantasy have been part of mainstream Russian literature since the 19th century. Russian fantasy developed from the centuries-old traditions of Russian mythology and folklore. Russian science fiction emerged in the mid-19th century and rose to its golden age during Soviet era, both in literature and cinema. With the fall of Iron Curtain, modern Russia experienced a renaissance of fantasy.
In Russian language, fantasy, science fiction, horror and all other related genres are considered a part of a larger umbrella term, fantastika (rus. фантастика), roughly equivalent to "speculative fiction", and are less divided than in the West.
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