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The Poetics of History in the Collection of Vladimir Narbut \"V Ognennykh Stolbakh\" (1920)

Student: Aleksandra Melnikova

Supervisor: Pavel Uspensky

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This work is devoted to the consideration of the poetics of history in the collection "V Ognennykh Stolbakh" by Vladimir Narbut which was published in 1920 (initial edition). The study focuses on the Revolution of 1917 and the Civil war. To achieve this goal, the collection "V Ognennykh Stolbakh" (1920) was analyzed and the main themes, motives and images were revealed. Special attention is paid to historical images and motives. Moreover, the researcher tries to characterize the literary tradition that influenced on the literary work of Narbut. In view of this, the poems of such poets as Alexander Blok, Vladimir Solovyov, Maximilian Voloshin were analyzed.

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