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The axiological discourse in A. Veltman’s poem The Woods of Murom

Author Zhilina N.
Pages 57-58
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Ключевые слова A. Veltman, robbers, sin, moral law, conscience, freedom
Abstract (summary) Based on the work of a famous 19th century Russian author, this article focuses on the development of the theme of robbers’ life, which was introduced by Pushkin and became central to Russian Romanticism. An analysis of the poem in the axiological aspect shows that A. Veltman – as well as other Russian poets – is interested in the moral and psychological reasons behind this phenomenon rather than social ones. The plot structure and the author’s position suggest that robbery is depicted in the poem as a cardinal sin that cannot be justified; it forces a person to abandon the moral law and leads to spiritual death.
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