Образы детства в романе «Приключения Оливера Твиста» Ч. Диккенса и в повести «Детство» М. Горького
The article shows, that in "Christmas Carol in Prose", "Hauted", "Little Dorrit" and others works by Charles Dickens the most important element of the human soul is the memory, and the most important form of the human existence is the time. The renunciation from the memory is connected with the falling out of time and causes the poverty of love.
The collection contains scientific articles and messages reflecting a wide range of problems of modern Russian study of life and creative works of Dickens: Dickens and the Victorian age, "Russian Dickens", the new in Russian Dickensiana, Dickens and problems of translation.
Abstract: the article addresses the interrelations between Wyndham Lewis’s notion of the visual in literature and the poetics of his novel, “Tarr” (1918). Commonly accepted definition of visuality in Lewis’s literary texts as analogy between their certain poetic characteristics and the features of modern painting is supplemented by an analysis of the author’s philosophical criticism of the 1920–1930s concerning “philosophy of the eye” and “external method” in literature. Considering surface poetics in “Tarr” and its main artist-character’s representation in the view of visual philosophy allows to define the relationship between the novel as a unity and Lewis’s artistic theory as deeply problematic and one far from being an illustration.
The article analyzes how modernism is represented in two Wyndham Lewis’s autobiographies, «Blasting and Bombardiering» (1937) and «Rude Assignment» (1950). The author’s reflection on modernism is considered within the context of his critical attitude towards the autobiographical in modernist novel and taking into account the changes in his autobiographical intentions from one book to the other. The article concludes that in Lewis’s far from experimental use of autobiography the latter acts as a means of definition, popularization and justification of his conception of modernism considered to be, just as his autobiographies, an act of detachment rather than exploration of subjectivity.