Ironic writing in creation of a new version of autobiographism in J. Ruo’s trilogy “Fields of Glory”, “Celebrities”, and “World out of focus”

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The article analises the role of irony in creation of a new version of autobiographism in J. Ruo’ trilogy “Fields of Glory”, “Celebrities”, and “World out of focus”. Irony mingles with the author's style. J. Ruo's approach to narrate tragic moments in household and communal history distorts conventional pathetic and nostalgic canons; the images of the heroes and the narrator are based on the principle of the caricature hypostasis. With the help of irony Ruo creates a specific way of writing which helps him to get over death and mourning.

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U A Kosova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

The department of foreign languages

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