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Dostoevsky and Chekhov: Aspects of Architectonics and Poetics By Natalia Zhivolupova
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The semantic axis “Dostoevsky - Chekhov” in culture is devoid of the stable certainty of a binary opposition, since it shows a rich spectrum of meanings. The perception and artistic... More > development of the Dostoevsky phenomenon by Chekhov is a truly unlimited theme, demanding clarification of a number of key aesthetic “parameters,” which are determined in turn by the ratio of the epistemological attitudes of the writers, the principles of creative writing that they adopt, which form the problem of genre evolution (from the dominant genre of Dostoevsky’s “big novel” to the objective “antinovelism” of Chekhov’s genre system), and many others. The articles of this collection analyze the assimilation by Chekhov of the artistic “impulses” received from Dostoevsky, the origins and direction of artistic and philosophical evolution “toward Dostoevsky.”< Less
The Problem of the Author's Position in Dostoevsky's Confessional Narration of the 1860-1870s (Notes from the Underground, the Raw Youth) By Natalia Zhivolupova
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The problem of the "author's position" is analyzed in its correlation with the problem of narration, of narrative form, while the problem of narration in Russian and foreign literary... More > criticism is studied as an independent one.< Less
Interpretation of a Poetic Text By Natalia Zhivolupova
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The book is devoted to modern problems of interpretation of a poetic text, artistic functioning of its elements presented as an artistic unity. The book consists of an introduction and three... More > chapters. The introduction briefly describes the current ideas about a lyrical text, its essence and bounderies of interpretation. Part I - Interpretation of a poetic text. Analysis of a poem. Part II - The problem of semantic transformation of a lyric poem in the artistic space of a cycle. Part III - Interpretation of a lyric cycle as a semantic unity. The book offers a "universal" scheme for the analysis. The author offers her original method of attracting minimaly sufficient context for proper semantic interpretation which helps to avoid gross distortion of meaning or "hyper-interpretation". The book provides examples of artistic and philosophical interpretation of poetry.< Less
Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky and the Subgenre of "Antihero’s Confession" in Russian Literature of the Second Half of the 19th – 20th Century By Natalia Zhivolupova
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The monograph is devoted to the study of architectonics, poetics and artistic functioning of the special phenomenon in Russian literature indicated in the monograph as the subgenre of antihero's... More > confession. The first model, which became a productive model for the literary process of the second half of the 19th - 20th century became "Notes from Underground" by F. Dostoyevsky, the "genre shell" that has been reproduced over a hundred-odd years (the conventional time border of the studied texts is 1864 - 1979). The book reveals the nature of this phenomenon, determines aspects of the internal form of the subgenre (related to the specific features of otherness, body, perceiving consciousness), sets the background (artistic anthropology, a critical state of cultural awareness), the laws of poetics of the studied works. The author defines the aesthetic and semantic parameters of the subgenre emergence which provides insights into the mechanism of the subgenre formation.< Less

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