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The Pushkinian Theme in Montserrat Roig's Writings
Volkhovskaia Anna

post-graduate student of the Department of the History of Foreign Literature of Faculty of philology at Lomonosov Moscow State University

119034, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Prechistenka, 12/2

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Abstract.

In her article Volkhovskaya analyzes the book 'Golden Spire' written by the Catalonian writer Montserrat Roig and devoted to the biography and creative writing of Alexander Pushkin. The book was published in Barcelona in 1985 and included the main materials collected by Montserrat Roig about the Russian poet. The author of the article tries to trace back the process of Montserrat Roig's developing her interest in Alexander Pushkin as well as to view new aspects of the Spanish writer's perception of Pushkin's creative writing which she added to those that already existed at the moment. In the course of writing her book, Montserrat Roig has used Henri Troyat's research 'Pushkin' as well as translations of Pushkin's works into the Spanish language. All quotations from Montserrat Roig's book are given by the author of the article in Spanish. The article is based on the analysis of two works written by Montserrat Roig, Golden Spire and 'My Travel to Blockade' in which she studied and described Pushkin's biography and creative life. Volkhovskaya also considers the cultural and historical background of these works, the moments the writer focused on, and the choice of literary and other sources that she used to write her work. According to the author, the following aspects of Montserrat Roig's writings should be noted: - Montserrat Roig makes the reader to create an association link between the image of Pushkin and the image of St. Petersburg; - for the first time in the history of Spanish studies of Pushkin, Alexander Pushkin's creative works are perceived from the point of view of realism; - Montserrat Roig analyzes the poet's relations with his wife from the point of view of feminist ideology.

Keywords: Mozart and Salieri, Natalia Goncharova, feminism, realism, catalan literature, Russian literature, Spanish literature, Montserrat Roig, Alexander Pushkin, Golden spire

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8698.2018.4.27011

Article was received:

12-08-2018


Review date:

31-07-2018


Publish date:

14-08-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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