Carnivalesque of images of children and adults in screenwriting of Ilya Nusinov and Semion Lungin (based on the screenplays “Bez strakha i upreka”, “Vnimaniye, cherepakha!” and “Telegramma”)

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The article finds the connection between the screenplays of Ilya Nusinov and Semion Lungin and the term “carnival”, introduced by M.M. Bakhtin. Finding the carnival features in the plots and images of the screenplays “Bez strakha i upreka”, “Vnimaniye, cherepakha!” and “Telegramma” author concludes that the screenwriters have their own individual conception of the child image and themes of childhood.

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E A Artemyeva

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Email: literatura1@mail.ru
History of Russian Literature of the XX Century Department

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