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Antinomy pagan and christian in the novel B.A. Pilnyak “Naked Year”

L.A. Trubina, I.S. Uryupin
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.6-19.096

 

Trubina Lyudmila A.,

Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Russian Literature

of the XX–XXI centuries Department of the Institute of Philology

Moscow Pedagogical State University

 

Uryupin Igor S.,

Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Russian Literature

of the XX–XXI centuries Department of the Institute of Philology

Moscow Pedagogical State University

e-mail: isuryupin78@mail.ru

 

In article in a wide historical and literary and cultural and philosophical context motive and figurative structure of the novel of B.A. Pilnyak “Naked year” is investigated, the ontologic basis of the art world of the writer comes to light. The historiosophical concept of B.A. Pilnyak who reflected in the work antinomic communication pagan and Christian began in the Russian national character, for the first time in literary criticism corresponds to moral and ethical searches of thinkers of the Russian religious Renaissance (N.A. Berdyaev, V.V. Rozanov, etc.). The phenomenon of the Russian revolution which is metaphorically embodied by the artist in the novel “Naked Year” is considered through a prism of the Christian and pagan mythological consciousnesswhich defined special vision of the world of the Russian person, his belief in social harmony as a bytiyny constant. Pagan and Christian began the dialectician, become “pulse” of the Russian history, in the novel by B.A. Pilnyak “Naked year” is shown in a system the forming a plot of motives of sanctity and sinfulness, devout religiousness and godlessness, humility and rebelliousness, the antinomichnykh in essence.

Keywords: B.A. Pilnyak, “Naked year”, antinomy, paganism, Christianity, historiosophy, Russian national character, revolution.

 

  

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