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Self-identification in Veniamin Kaverin's Late Memoire Prose

Student: Georgy Tatevosov

Supervisor: Mikhail Sverdlov

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This article tries to reveal several significant qualities of V.Kaverin's late memoir prose that weren't studied previously. The goal of the article is to show how Kaverin's novels such as "Dva kapitana" and "Otkrytaya kniga" influensed his memoir writing "Osveschennye okna"; to cast a doubt upon the unity of "Osveschennye okna" and "Epilog"; to put "Epilog" into a context of other memoirs written in the 70s; to reveal some pragmatic aspects of Kaverin's writing of "Epilog"

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