Бахтин в тени формализма: первые французские рецензии
The article elaborates on the concepts of narratology which has of late become extremely influental in humanitarian disciplines. In Virginia Woolf's novel "To the Lighthouse" the incorporated narrative levels are shown to be isomorphic in terms of their dialogic relations. Communication between the characters is similar to communication between narrator and narratee (as seen in the composition structure of the novel) and between implicit author and implicit reader. The dialogue in the novel relies on the word pronounced and heard. In the aspect of composition it is represented by compositional parts simultaneously taking place. When this kind of dialogue fails as miscommunication, it is replaced with onthological unity behind the physical word and directorientation towards the listener/reader. The article's innovation is analysing the novel of modernism in the light of Bakhtin's theory of dialogue.
The book review evaluates the collective work of 12 scholars which retrace and blueprint new trends in the current phenomenology, especially оn the junction between German-Austrian and Russian-Slavic cultural and intellectual areas.