“LETTERS OF THE RUSSIAN TRAVELLER” BY N.M. KARAMZIN IN HISTORICAL AND LITERARY DISCOURSETO THE 250-TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WRITER

Abstract


In the article we deal with the collection of the “Leters…” by N.M. Karamzin analyzing them in context of the Russian and world literary genre tradition. The mentioned collection is thought of as some source of motivation inspiring the writer in his work with “The History of the Russian State”. A special attention is paid not only to the connection of Karamzin’s letters with epistolary intercourse by Sh.M. Djupati, but also with the narrative by K.F. Moriz and the Russian national tradition, the dawn of which is connected with the figure of D.I. Fonvizin and which was accepted as naitive one and greatly enriched by F.M. Dostoevsky. The author comes to the conclusion that international and inter-state relations is a topic which has become eternal in the sphere of art by the XXI-st century and which will always be up-to-date; a special portrait painting technology including the usage of national and comparative characteristics, the wide and multifunctional colour range as well as the symbiosis of various genre form does underline the importance of the “Leters…” by N.M. Karamzin in the development not only Russian, but world literature as well. The polymorphic and regional character of the named collection inspires the usage of the philological regionalistics methodology and all of its possibilities while analyzing “local images” in the mentioned literary work

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L V Polyakova

Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin

International str., 33, Tambov, Russia, 392000

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