On the Reception of I. S. Turgenev by Austrian Writers of the XIX–XX centuries
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Abstract: Austrian prose (novels “Venus in Furs” (1870) by L. von Sacher-Masoch, “Dissonances” (1901) and “Ginevra” (1892) by F. von Saar, as well as the novel by M. von Ebner-Esсhenbach “Fritzens Ball” (1910)) with Turgenev’s novels and novels “Spring Water”, “Notes of a Hunter”, “Fathers and Sons”, etc. Genre comparison of the German short story and the Turgenev story is of no small importance in it. The monograph of L. N. Poluboyarinova also traces thematic (themes of hunting, nature, love), typological (Schopenhauerianism, steppe discourse) and genetic convergence (reminiscences, adaptations, variations, paraphrases) of Turgenev’s prose and texts of Austrian writers.
Key words: AUSTRIAN LITERATURE; AUSTRIAN WRITERS; LITERARY CREATION; RUSSIAN WRITERS; INTERTEXTUAL COMMUNICATIONS.
Andreiushkina, T. N. (2020). On the Reception of I. S. Turgenev by Austrian Writers of the XIX–XX centuries: about the Book of L. N. Pleboyarinova “Now More and Turgenes!”: Origins, Bases and Key Parameters of Reception of the Russian Classic in Austria. Saint Petersburg: Publishing House of St. Petersburg University, 2018. 248 p.. In Philological Class. 2020. Vol. 25 ⋅ №2. P. 280-285. DOI 10.26170/FK20-02-25.