2015/3(21)

Contents

Humanities

Parkhomenko T.

Troshin A.

Literary Heritage

Frolov M.

Literary local history

Biktasheva N.

Belarev A.

Current events

Solovyeva M

Zhurbina A., Patronnikova Yu

Dovgiy O.

Reviews

Mongush M.

Rybina M.

Sanagursky D.

 
UDC 821.161.1+7.046
Solovyeva M
'Eternal' plots and images in Russian literature and art of Modernism

Abstract. International conference «”Eternal” plots and images in Russian literature and art of Modernism» has taken place in the Gorky World Literature Insitute of Russian Academy of Science (IMLI RAN) on 29–30 of April 2015. The scholars have made contributions on various aspects of reception and transformation of «eternal» plots and images in Russian literature and art of Modernism.

Key words: «eternal» plots and images, transformation of mythological images in literature and art, myth, mythological image, mythopoesis.

Solovyeva Mariya Aleksandrovna,
postgraduate,
A. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow),
e-mail: info@imli.ru

 

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  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
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  D.Likhachev

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  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
  named after 
  D.Likhachev

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date: 03.09.2014

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