Iconic Christian Tradition in the Story “Matryona's Yard” by A. Solzhenitsyn and “The Hut” by V. Rasputin: The Problem of Copyright Dialogue
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Abstract: This article presents a comparative analysis of short stories: “Matryona's yard” by A. Solzhenitsyn and the “The Hut” by V. Rasputin. The first text marked as the beginning of the “village prose”. In this text the national archetypes, values are reviving, which are being tested in the later works of Rasputin. The story “The Hut” sums up the destinies of the heroes of ritual consciousness. In the famous old women's characters the motives of helplessness, loneliness, and quiet are amplified. The women-bogatyrshi are replacing the traditional righteous, Martyrs. They defend not so much faith as the right to life.
Key words: SOLZHENITSYN, "MATRYONA'S YARD", RASPUTIN, "THE HUT", WOMEN-BOGATYRS
Kovtun, N. V. Iconic Christian Tradition in the Story “Matryona's Yard” by A. Solzhenitsyn and “The Hut” by V. Rasputin: The Problem of Copyright Dialogue / N. V. Kovtun // Philological Class. – 2013. – №3 (33). – P. 17-25.