PARABLE STRATEGY OF THE AUTHOR'S DISCOURSE IN THE NOVEL "THE GAMBLER" BY DOSTOEVSKY
Author(s)Gabdullina V. I.
motif of temptation
the Prodigal Son
Slavic languages. Baltic languages. Albanian languages
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AbstractThe Parable strategy of the author's discourse in the novel The Gambler is depicted in the motif of temptation and moral enslavement by passions of the main character, who broke with the Home. In the context of ideas of pochvennichestvo Dostoevsky's novel The Gambler is considered an artistic metaphor, enclosing the author's view on the problem of "the foreign Russians" and in the context of the wider extent – on the problem "Russia – Europe".