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Student
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Natalia Glukhikh
Comparative Analysis of the Concept of a Night in Russian Romantic and Symbolic Poetry
Philology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
This work is devoted to a comparative analysis of the semantic meaning of the concept of night in Russian poetry of two movements: romanticism of the beginning of the 19th century and symbolism of the beginning of the 20th century.

Romanticism was the main source of Russian symbolism. Symbolism is a sort of continuation and completion of the romanticism of the beginning of the 19th century. In view of this, it is especially interesting to compare the system of concepts of two literary movements and make an attempt to identify some similarities and differences in the use of individual images and concepts.

It is undeniable that romanticism and symbolism have been examined in depth separately, but not in relationship with each other. Therefore, this kind of research will help to shed light on the little-studied issues of the artistic heritage of both literary movements.

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