Changing semantics of the plot-situation ,,a Russian and a Pole’s encounter

Изменение семантики сюжетной ситуации встречи русского и польки в русской прозе второй половины XX века
Changing semantics of the plot-situation ,,a Russian and a Pole’s encounter" in the Russian prose of the second half of the XXth century

Author(s): Tatyana Rybal'chenko
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature, Philology
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warmińsko-Mazurskiego w Olsztynie
Keywords: Russian prose of the second half of the XXth century;V.Bogomolov;Bulat Okudzhava;E. Radzinski;A. Utkin;J. Bujda;Russian literature;

Summary/Abstract: The article explores the change of the representation of the Russian and the Pole’s encounter and love as the metaphor of the social, national and existential choice.The author reveals how the conception of man and the picture of the world changes on the example of the Russian Prose of the second half of the XXth Century (V. Bogomolov’s Zosia, L. Zorin’s The Warsaw’s Melody, E. Radzinski’s Lunin, or Jack’s Death, B. Okudzhava’s The Travel o f Dilettanti, A. Utkin’s Round Dance (Khorovod), J. Bujda’s Boris and Gleb).

  • Issue Year: 2008
  • Issue No: XIII
  • Page Range: 145-168
  • Page Count: 24
  • Language: Russian