The literary discourse of Russian history in Dmitry Galkovsky’s novel “The infinite deadlock”

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The article is devoted to the problem of reading and understanding History as a literary text in Dmitry Galkovsky’s novel “The Infinite Deadlock”. The main attention is paid to the mobility of the boundaries between historical fact and literary text. The study reveals the interaction of historical and aesthetic elements in the versions of Russian History presented in the novel.

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O I Zolotukhina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: Olga.zolotukhina@hotmail.com

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