Бесы Ф.М. Достоевского как роман-медиа
Dostoevsky's Demons as a "Novel-Media"
Demons is a theatrical novel. Today, in the first quarter of the twentieth century, a definition of the genre could be proposed as "novel-media". The goal of the author is to reveal the essential aspects of Dostoevsky's theatrical (syncretic) thinking. According to Dostoevsky, drama is not a mere dialog, but a different and independent work, pursuing tasks that do not coincide with those of the novel, and existing on a much broader communication field. "Dramatic situation" is a concept of authenticity in Dostoevsky's artistic thinking, which he maintains literally until the last days of his life.
Keywords: Dostoevsky and Drama; Novel-Media; Theatre and Novel; dramatic situation; Demons
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