Philosophy of images of nature in the “eastern” poems of G.G. Byron and “southern” poems of A.S. Pushkin :: IKBFU's united scientific journal editorial office

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Philosophy of images of nature in the “eastern” poems of G.G. Byron and “southern” poems of A.S. Pushkin

Author Shumakova M.
Pages 51-55
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Ключевые слова Byron, Pushkin, images of nature, “eastern” poems, “southern” poems, Romanticism, literary comparative studies, philosophy
Abstract (summary) The images of nature in the poems of the two national geniuses are considered within the opposition of the horizontal/vertical, which is laden with philosophical and metaphorical semantics. Both poets show that, in the absence of spirituality, the true internal freedom sought by the main characters cannot be attained
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