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Rhythmic Aspect of the Farewell Motif in Ivan Goncharov's Oblomov and Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard: Experience of a New Interpretation
Abstract.The article is devoted to the farewell motif that plays a rhythm-making role in Ivan Goncharov's novel Oblomov and Anton Chekhov's play The Cherry Orchard. The fact that there are similar methods of rhythmic organisation of narration in Ivan Goncharov's and Anton Chekhov's creative writing allow to make analytical parallels between these two masterpieces of different literary genres. The subject under analysis is a ninefold retranslation of the signalling word 'farewell' in the novel Oblomov, artistic meaning of that rhythmic repetition and comparison it to the structure of motifs in The Cherry Orchard. The main method used by the author of the article is the method of the motif analysis combined with the rhythmic interpretation of literary text. For the first time in the studies of Goncharov and Chekhov nine variants of farewell as they are given in the novel Oblomov are compared to nine variants of farewell in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. This compaison opens a new page in a creative dialogue between these two classical authors of Russian literature and allows to 'hear' new 'overtones' of these authors' message and intonation.
Keywords: creative dialogue, archetonics, expositional model, awakening motif, poetics, entanglement image, farewell motif, prose rhythm, Chekhov, Goncharov
Article was received:14-06-2017
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .