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Maksim Andriukhin
Conceptual Unity of Vladislav Khodasevich's Book "Heavy Lyre"
2019
The paper studies the composition of Vladislav Khodasevich's book "Heavy lyre" and its role in creating the unity of the book. The author shows how the order of poems, strongly changed by the poet at the second edition, forms the lyrical plot beginning with the first text of the collection and ending with the last. Important stages in the movement of the plot is the change of life strategies that determine the attitude of the lyrical subject to himself, to others and to historical reality. The paper discusses how the poems are grouped in cycles of expressing a particular strategy and how the strategy change on the other. Each Chapter describes the specifics of a particular cycle and its role in the overall plot of the collection.

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