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«Гамлет» и «Дон-Кихот» в рамках интертекстуальной поэтики романа И. С. Тургенева «Рудин»

Kroó, Katalin (2003) «Гамлет» и «Дон-Кихот» в рамках интертекстуальной поэтики романа И. С. Тургенева «Рудин». Studia Slavica, 48 (1-3). pp. 153-166. ISSN 0039-3363

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Abstract

The paper, as its title-Hamlet and Don Quixote in the intertextual poetic world of Turgenev's novel, Rudin-suggests, attempts at elucidating the Hamlet and Don Quixote problematics from a poetic point of view. This approach refuses to rely on the analysis of Turgenev's interpretation of the figures of Hamlet and Don Quixote as presented in the writer's essay Hamlet and Don Quixote. Instead, it proposes a close reading of the Rudin-Hamlet and Rudin-Don Quixote intertexts evolving in the Turgenevian novel under scrutiny, with special attention to the common aspects of their poetic formulation. These poetic analogues lead to a parallel intertextual portraying of Hamlet and Don Quixote as semantically attached to the figure of Rudin. The interpretation of the Hamlet-intertext places at center stage the Mouse-trap scene in its relation to the descriptions of the appearance of the Ghost at the beginning of the play and Hamlets's revenge at its end, with the semantic implications of their motifs of word and deed. The analysis gets to the conclusion of a semantic kinship between Rudin-Hamlet and Rudin-Quixote formed in the two entwined intertexts with a dominance of the motif of the freedom of artistic creation. The theoretical dimension of the reading touches upon the problematics of mirroring, reflecting and-in a broader sense-representation.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: P Language and Literature / nyelvészet és irodalom > PG Slavic, Baltic, Albanian languages and literature / szláv, balti, albán nyelvek és irodalom
Depositing User: Endre Sarvay
Date Deposited: 11 May 2018 09:01
Last Modified: 11 May 2018 09:01
URI: http://real.mtak.hu/id/eprint/79628

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