DREAM IN THE POETICS OF F.M. DOSTOEVSKY AND A.A. KONDRATIEV

Marianna A. Dudareva, Vlada V. Nikitina

Resumen


The article analyzes the poetics of F.M. Dostoevsky and A. Kondratiev, a symbolist writer of the early 20th century. The object of the research is the two works “The Dream of a Ridiculous Man” by Dostoevsky and the novel “Dreams” by Kondratiev. A great deal of attention is paid to dream as a literary device and the spatial movements of heroes who receive sacred knowledge through sleep and are attached to metaphysical reality. Both writers in the work of reality is closely connected with the space, and this determines the nature of spatial models in poetics. Sleep is equal to temporary death and allows the main characters to go beyond the ordinary, profane. The article used the typological method and folklore commenting. It draws parallels with Eastern philosophy, where there is a unity of man and nature, man and the cosmos.

Palabras clave


Dostoevsky, dream, space, poetics, Kondratiev, symbol.

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