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Lyrics to Friends in a Literary Group 'The Moscow Time'
Poletaeva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna

post-graduate student of the Department of the History of Russian Literature at Moscow State University

117418, Russia, Moskovskaya oblast', g. Moscow, ul. Novocheremushkinskaya, 48, korpus 2, kvartira 67

epaterina@gmail.com

 

 

Abstract.

The subject of the research is the main trends in lyrics to friends created by a literary group The Moscow Time. The object of the research is the poems written by the poets who were the members of The Moscow Time devoted to friends or related to friendship. Lyrics to friends of The Moscow Time writers have never been a matter of special research in literary studies before. The aim of the research is to demonstrate the main patterns discovered in the poems devoted by The Moscow Time poets to their friends. The researcher focuses on intertextual references as part of friendship lyrics created by the literary group. The research is based on the comparative historical and analytical methyods. The author has also used theoretical provisions of L. Ginzburg's researches. The singularity of The Moscow Time group is their desire to unite and create the image of a fellowship like Pushkin's circle or Duma's three musketeers. The features of their fellowship is the opposition to the other world, jokes, friendly notes, discussions of politics, religion and philosophy. The poets also share memories about their young years spent together and commemorate dead friends. 

Keywords: epistle to friends, lyrics to friends, Poletaeva, Tsvetkov, Soprovsky, Kenjeev, Gandlevsky, The Moscow Time, unofficial literature, uncensored literature

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8698.2019.2.29294

Article was received:

22-03-2019


Review date:

22-03-2019


Publish date:

18-06-2019


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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