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Daria Chekhonadskikh
The concepts of unreal presented in Russian literature of late XX - XXI century
Journalism
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This work presents the research of the concepts of unreal in Russian fiction literature based on the pieces included in "Noon, XXI century" almanac. The overview of existing approaches to identifying the definition of genre, destinguishing the unreal as a genre cathegory and research of the latter is described in the first chapter. The second chapter is dedicated to the classification of concept-forming types of the unreal, illustrated with analysis of fiction literature works.

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