Proceedings of the 2015 2nd International Conference on Education, Language, Art and Intercultural Communication

Echo of Russian Literature Following Works of Slavic Writers of the 19th Century

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Natalia Bondarenko
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Natalia Bondarenko
Available Online November 2015.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icelaic-15.2016.203How to use a DOI?
Keywords
echo; national resurgence; literary work; heroes of Russian classics of the 19th century; Slavic artists
Abstract
The Russian-Slavic interrelatedness have been in the research focus of many Slavic scholars (Marina Yu. Dostal, Natalia K. Zhakova, Igor I. Kaliganov, Lev Kishkin, Georgy P. Melnikov, Zoya S. Nenasheva and other). In the 19th century, the Slavic peoples witnessed formation of a new kind of culture with the dominant national and patriotic ideology; with addressing common Slavic traditions whereby the culture of related peoples is perceived as their own. It is no coincidence that works of the Russian literature met a broad response among the Slavs. They are reconceiving the literary works of Alexander Pushkin, Nikolai Gogol, Leo Tolstoy and others in the context of new social phenomena. The article calls attention to the fact that Slavic cultural professionals has marked the humanitarian, democratic and patriotic principles of the literature, its ideas of "all-encompassing unity" that demands no sacrifice of the national spirit of each commonwealth.
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