The form and meaning of H. Hesse’s novel A child’s soul
The fictional world of the work is considered as one marked by binary oppositions of nature/civilisation, the world of children/adults, the ideal/the reality, the truth/a lie, fear/bravery, judgement/absolution, God/devil. The authors analyse the psychology of the novel’s main character. The central autobiographical image of the novel is interpreted in the context of religious and philosophical ideas about the duality of ...
The problem of self-identification in H. Hesse’s short novel “Klein Wagner” and M. Frisch’s novel “Stiller”
... 10. Юнг К. Г. Психология бессознательного. М., 1994.
11. Seckendorff K. Hermann Hesses propagandistische Prosa. Bonn, 1982.
Hesse, Frisch, individual, self-identification, role, mask, loneliness, fear
The problem of conflict in the works of Pyotr Kapterev
... страхе и мужестве в первоначальном воспитании. СПб.: Тип. М.
М. Стасюлевича, 1901.
Pyotr Kapterev, pedagogical conflict, history of Russian pedagogy, inner conflict, fear.