«РОМАН ОДНОЙ ЖИЗНИ» В.С. БАЕВСКОГО – ЛИРИЗМ ПОВЕСТВОВАНИЯ В МЕМУАРНОМ РОМАНЕ
The memoir novel by V. S. Baevsky has incorporated previously published autobiographical stories and essays. At the same time, the “Novel of One Life” is a single mnemonic narrative, in the center of which is the image of a scientist. “The Novel of one Life” is an autobiographical narrative, the unifying core of which is the image of the narrator and his story. The autobiographical narrator connects all levels of the mnemonic text, as it combines a specific author, narrator, and hero. The narrative of the memoir novel implements the narrative strategy of life description, and the probabilistic picture of the world is formed from the description of real historical events and the trials that the hero overcomes. The novel creates a time of memory, where the past is not only inextricably linked with the present, but also continues in it. The center of the narrative strategy is the narrator. The memoirist in the image narratora combined category of a particular author, the “I” – telling me –and telling. In “The Novel of One Life” the story and image of the narrator are formed on the basis of personal documents: the author's diary and correspondence with poets and scientists. The author's attitude to the documentality of history also testifies to the objectification of the narrative. Despite the autobiography, stylistically, the narrative is based on distancing the narrator from the specific author. One of the most important components of the image of the narrator in the “The Novel of One Life” is an attempt to escape from the egocentric narrative characteristic of autobiography. The dominant feature of the narrator is the lyrical beginning, the feeling of being a lyric poet.