• Puškin’s ‘Virtual Scene. Some Aspects of Puškin’s Historiography. Boris Godunov as the Trivium on the Way to the Polyphonic Novel

    Author(s):
    Miklos Mezosi (see profile)
    Date:
    2003
    Subject(s):
    19th-century Russian literature, Genre theory, Poetics, Pushkin
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Genre poetics, Russian drama
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/mfrm-5m83
    Abstract:
    In this paper I aim at drawing attention to one of the specific characteristics of Puškinian dramaturgy encountered in the poet’s ‘romantic tragedy’, Boris Godunov. By doing so, not only shall we be able to come across new points for the interpretation of the play or gain further insight into its genesis but we will also be able to get nearer to answering some of the questions about the after-life of Boris Godunov. This is likely to help us localize the Puškinian ‘historical drama’ in the chronotopics of literary history.
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