Women and birds in "Dead souls" (fragment analysis)
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Abstract: The contributor proves the important part of the third chapter of the poem by Gogol (Chichikov arriving at Korobochka's) for grasping the literary unity of the poem. The semantics of intertwining feminine and bird-like qualities becomes the perspective of perceiving the text of the chapter. The contributor demonstrates the ambivalence of the feminine and the bird motives expressing the constructive principle of the literary unity of the entire work.
Key words: ANALYZING A FRAGMENT OF THE LITERARY UNIT, FEMININE MOTIVES IN THE POEM "DEAD SOULS", THE SEMANTICS OF "THE FEMININE", AMBIVALENCE OF "THE FEMININE"
Tyupa, V. I. Women and birds in "Dead souls" (fragment analysis) / V. I. Tyupa // Philological Class. – 2008. – №1 (19). – P. 57-60.