Трагедия и пасторальная драма
The volume is a collection of essays on early modern prose and poetry written in Ancient Greek.
The novel of Elsa Morante «History» (1974) is studied. Elsa Morante is a prominent Italian writer of the XX-th century. The genre characteristics, the features of historical novel and connections with classical French and Russian literatures are analyzed. The novel relates to the Second World War, it is based on the narration of stories of lives of simple people, and the influence of macro-history to the micro-history is shown. In the conclusion it is revealed that the novel «History» is a manifest against violence in general. «History» is a chronicle, based on different testimonies and on the life experience of the author. The language and the style completely correspond to the genre of chronicle.
In the paper the works of Elsa Morante are analyzed. The analysis is based on four novels of the Italian authoress (“House of Liars”, “Arturo’s Island”, “History”, “Aracoeli”). Although Morante didn’t consider herself a feminist writer feministic features of novels are revealed.
Der vorliegende Band sammelt, typologisiert und kommentiert schriftliche Quellen, die im Zeitraum um 1500 an Hof und Residenz entstanden sind oder sich auf diese beziehen. So werden z.B. Akten, Amtsbücher, Auto-Biographien, Empfehlungsschreiben und Atteste, Festbeschreibungen, Futterzettel und Lehnbücher vorgestellt und durch ein Sachregister, eine chronologische Liste der vorgestellten Quellen sowie Querverweise erschlossen. Einführende Beiträge behandeln die Kommunikation bei Hofe und legen die Entstehung und Veränderung, Kontinuität und Wandel der einzelnen Textsorten dar..
The article "Russian Intelligentsia as a Historical and Social Phenomenon" is dedicated to the problems of the disappearance of the so called "intelligentsia" in the post-soviet society and the need to recreate it under new living and cultural conditions. The main purpose of the article is to make a careful and thorough analysis of the term "intelligentsia" not only from a strictly historical and social point of view, but, most important, from the standpoint of philosophy. The author arrives at a conclusion that intelligentsia should not be understood simply as a social group, but as a way of perceiving the reality and one's role on the stage of Russian society. The article is based upon a number of social studies published in professional journals over the last decade.