UDC 82-31

IMAGE OF PRE-REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA IN GASTON LEROUX’NOVEL “DARK WOMEN”

Chekalov Kirill Aleksandrovich
Gorky Institute of World Literature
Moscow, Director of the Classical Literature of the West and Comparative Literature Department

Abstract
Examining one later work of the famous French writer Gaston Leroux – the novel «Black Woman», dedicated to the events in Russia in 1916. The author shares the typical of paraliterature treatment of Rasputin myth but accentuates sentimental motifs (not politics).

Keywords: Decembrists, Grigori Rasputin, Nicholas II, novel, paraliterature, revolutionary movement


Category: Literature

Article reference:
Image of pre-revolutionary Russia in Gaston Leroux’novel “Dark women” // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 9 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/09/16286

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