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were still taking an active part in literary life. The conditions of émigré life in this second stage present special difficulties for beginning writers, for example, Gaito Gazdanov, Iurii Fel'zen, and Vladimir Nabokov, all of whom became adults in Europe. As discussed above, émigré critics were troubled by the weakened ties with the Russian language and the Russian literary tradition that came about in the absence of any dialogue with Russia since the late 1920s. It was during this period thatdoi:10.1515/9781618116994-011 fatcat:364jj77zn5apjmagl73si3wm3u