“WE ARE LIKE HOAH’S CHILDREN’: RELIGIOUS MOTIFS WORKS DURING THE “PEER CENTURY”

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The article reveals the religious motifs works during the “Peer century”; its loyalty is about revolution ideology, which was declared consistently in all program documents. It is shown that the overall aesthetic paradigm of the “Perevaltsy” (Commonwealth’ writers The Pass”), represents almost all the social groups of Russian society , for instance the Russian - German’son Nikolai Zarudin (Eyhelman ), Ivan Kataev which father was a Russian history professor, priest’ son Nicholas Kolokolov and Andrei Platonov which was considered the closest writer to the proletarian origin and spirit.For example, the creation key of the Writers “Pereval” (“The Pass”) words / motives “ honey”, “blood”, “apple”, “grain”, “milk”, “bread”, “heart” acquire in such works additional fabrics association, for the first time the Christian subtext was analyzed according to the realization of the “The Perevaltsy’s prose”.

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A Yu Ovcharenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Miklukho-Maklaya str., 10/2, Moscow, Russia, 117198

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