Некоторые социальные и культурные корни платоновской антиутопии
Some social and cultural roots of Platonov’s anti-Utopia
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The author of this article analyses the socio-cultural basis which shows the unique of an artistic world in the novel Tchevengur written by A. Platonov. The splitting of „un-fortunate personality”, Utopian dreams, barbarisation of culture, chaos, eschatology of the way of thinking, as well as emotions and feelings; all of these are reflected to a considerable degree on the pages of the analysed piece of work. „Double-belief” of the Russian mockery culture, Slavonic mythology, polemic about N. Fiodorov’s ideas, a dialogue with Rosanov’s philosophy of gender characterizes this literary work which is regarded as a significant monument of the epoch’s awareness.
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