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Stendhal's Novel "The Red and the Black": Reception and Translations into Russian in XX Century

Student: Kristina Grigor`eva

Supervisor: Yana Linkova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This thesis is devoted to the analysis of translations and dynamics of reception of the novel "The Red and the Black" written by Frederic Stendhal in the first half of the XX century in Russia. The thesis is a continuation of the study which was started two years earlier. "The Red and the Black" is the most famous work of Stendhal, that had a huge impact on many Russian writers and became the material for its implementation in the Russian theater and cinema. The interest shown to the novel is quite high for two centuries, and the topics raised by Stendhal in his work are relevant for other countries. The aim of this work is to illustrate the image of "The Red and the Black" in Soviet Russia and to give an idea of the two translations of the novel into Russian, made in the first half of the XX century.

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