"The Tale of Igor's Campaign" and "The Song of Roland": from the experience of parallel reading during the classes literature
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Abstract: The author offers a summary of the final lesson in "The Tale of Igor's Campaign", which was built on a comparison of "The Tale..." with the phenomenon of Western European literature of the Middle Ages - "The Song of Roland." During the lesson it was planned to detect echoes of the two texts at different levels, such as selection of important material (topic, problem, conflict), the principles of creating heroes' images, the author's assessment, and ways of its expression.
Key words: TEACHING OF THE MIDDLE AGES LITERATURE, TYPOLOGICAL AFFINITY OF "THE TALE OF IGOR'S CAMPAIGN" AND "THE SONG OF ROLAND, TYPOLOGICAL CONTEXT, DIALOGUE OF CULTURES, METHOD OF A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Tolstykh, N. A. "The Tale of Igor's Campaign" and "The Song of Roland": from the experience of parallel reading during the classes literature / N. A. Tolstykh // Philological Class. – 2008. – №2 (20). – P. 52-54.