Eurasian Space in “Angel’s Bite”, a Novel by P. Krusanov

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The article analyzes the artistic space of the novel “Angel’s bite” by P. Krusanov in the context of Eurasianism’s ideas. A key issue in the article is opposition “Russia-East”, “Russia and the West”. Eurasians and Krusanov bring the ideas of the special status of Russia as a Eurasian country together, not European or Asian one. Also there is criticism of Russia's Europeanization in the novel “Angel’s bite”.

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A S Torosyan

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: anna-torosyan@bk.ru
Russian and Foreign Literature Department Philological Faculty

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