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Book review: Mankieva E.Kh. Women of North Caucasus in interpretation of Russian writers of the XIX century

Z.A. Kuchukova, L.B. Berberova
80,00 Р

Mankieva E.Kh. Zhenshchiny Severnogo Kavkaza v izobrazhenii russkikh pisatelei XIX veka. Moscow: Academia, 2017. 392 s.

ISBN: 978-5-906561-19-2

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.2-19.117

 

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.2-19.117

 

Kuchukova Zukhra A.,

Doctor of PhilologY, Professor, Professor of the Russian

and Foreign Literature Department

Berbekov Kabardino-Balkarian State University

e-mail: kuchuk60@list.ru

Berberova Liana B.,

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer

of the Language Training Department

Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation

e-mail: berberova.liana@yandex.ru

 

On the material of the Caucasian works of Russian classics A.S. Pushkin, M.Yu. Lermontov, A.A. Polezhaev, A.V. Druzhinin, A.A. Bestuzhev-Marlinsky, L.N. Tolstoy the author meticulously explores the peculiarities of the female subculture of the southern Russian region during the Caucasian War of 1817–1864. The monograph examines a whole range of issues related to the formation of gender ideology in a patriarchal society, the impact of war on the construction of socially approved images of the “perfect man” and “perfect woman” and the transformation of some gender archetypes in the new time. There is difference in the interpretation of women by representatives of the romantic and realistic literary schools. The author calls the defining feature of women (both mountain women and Slavs) a total denial of war, the desire to build a cultural dialogue between Russia and the Caucasus, North and South, and Christian and Muslim worlds.

Keywords: E.Kh. Mankieva, monograph, literature, Russian writers, the North Caucasus, frontier, gender, ethnogender, gender design, peacekeeping mission.