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London Text of Russian Literature in the Second Half of the XIXth century

Student: Anna Shantsyna

Supervisor: Irina Lagutina

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Cultural Studies (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

In our days our literature devotes a large amount of attention to research urban text. Already there are works such as text Crimea, Moscow text, but the text of the London Russian literature of the second half of the XIX century, has not been studied yet. The structure of work. The work has three chapters. In the first chapter, the creators of the London text, I present a list of writers and journalists whose works have been used for my research. In the second chapter, the London text to sketch Fyodor Dostoevsky "Winter Notes on Summer Impressions", I explain why I chose it for its analysis of this essay, and what is its significance for the study. In this chapter, I highlight three of London's code text: the mythological, biblical and social. Figure Baal also plays an important role in the preparation of this chapter. I also denotes the main dominant. In an essay F.M. Dostoevsky they are Vaytchapel, Guy-Market, Crystal Palace, the crowd, the poisoned Thames and reveal two kinds of dialogism in the essay "Winter Notes on Summer Impressions" London-Paris and London Night - London Day. In the third, the last chapter, I highlight four main leitmotif: the spatial leitmotif, pragmatic leitmotif, leitmotiv of social and national leitmotif. The spatial structure of the keynote I open the natural-climatic motifs and images of the main components, the Thames, the fog, and a garden. Social leitmotif is divided into an economic motive, motive of madness, suicide and criminal motive motive. The aim of the present study analyzes the text of the London Russian literature of the second half of the XIX century. The object of study - I used the product of this period.

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