Границы между вымыслом и реальностью: документальный модернизм в романе Генри Грина "Пойманные"
The theoretical framework of the article is “documentary modernism” which as a literary phenomenon appeared in the English prose of the 1930s and as a notion is being conceptualized in contemporary criticism. This concept serves as a pivotal point of investigation of a novel by Henry Green, a late modernist who remains virtually unknown for the Russian scholars of literature. Written in the context of increasing interest in journalism, “Caught” is analyzed in the process of its narrative transgression of memoir and autobiography forms as well as the loss of determinacy between its narrative subjects. This may be an evidence of the postmodernist trend gradually emerging in the English novel. «Caught»’s transgression of documentalism is investigated from the outside (Green’s own autobiography, influence of Proust’s memoirs) as well as from the inside of fictitious reality (relations between the author, the narrator, the character and the reader).