Mythopoetical space in the novel “The night inside” by P. Krusanov

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The article presents the analysis of mythopoetical space in the novel “The night inside” by P. Krusanov. The aim is to show that the spatial structure of the work “The night inide” is a mythological character. Analysis of structure-semantic components (images, motifs, spatial oppositions) found that the basis of the work laid the eschatological myth organizes family space, the main features of which are the separation and alienation. The author concluded that the specificity of modern mythmaking writer is striving to create a new reality, which is modeled in accordance with the proposed law archaic consciousness.

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A S Torosyan

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: hphilosophy@mail.ru

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