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ПУШКИН И ЖОРЖ САНД: ТВОРЧЕСКИЙ ДИСКУРС (ФАКТЫ И ГИПОТЕЗЫ)

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Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования "Национальный исследовательский Томский государственный университет"
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  • Musicology
  • Psychology

Abstract

The article dis-cusses ideological disputes between Pushkin and George Sande over the problem of divorce. George Sande asserts the necessity of it in case woman's personality is violated in marriage. Pushkin's candid rejection of the moral pathos didn't stop him from using poetic findings of French novelists. One can see artistic links between «Dubrovsky» and George Sande's «Valentine». The latter first introduces the «homestead chronotope» and sketches the structure of the socalled «homestead story». The common for the two works are the motives of music, dance and a park pavilion as means for the main characters of the love intrigue to become closer and learn more about each other. There is also similarity in depicting psychology of a man in love

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