2017/3(29)

Contents

Cultural Theory

Ilyin N.

Cultural History

Pustovoit Yul.

Humanities

Chernova A.

Shapinskaya E.

Kuzina N.

Applied Research

Priyatkina N.

Glembotskaya Ya.

 
Kuzina N.
Transformation of the Christian and folk mythopoetic tradition in themes, images and motifs of A.Tvardovsky's creativity (the story ‘Kostya’)

Abstract. Using the example of the military story ‘Kostya’, adjacent to the book of «Homeland and foreign land» the article regards the question of the peculiarities of existence in the author's mind and the ways of actualization of the archetypal layer of topics, images and motifs referring to Russian religious and mythopoetic traditions in his artistic texts.

Key words: the Second World War, guerrilla movement, military prose, archetype, folk and Christian holidays of the spring-summer cycle, Russian iconography.

Kuzina Natalia Vladimirovna,
Ph in Philology,
Russian Scientific Research Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage named after D.Likhachev (Moscow),
е-mail: nvkuzina@mail.ru

 

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

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

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date: 03.09.2014

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