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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2014. 8. Part 1. P. 139-142.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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"GREEN SPIT" AND "HUNTING DRAMA" BY A. P. CHEKHOV: FEATURES OF COMPOSITION AND NARRATIVE STRUCTURE

Overina Kseniya Sergeevna
Saint Petersburg State University


Abstract. The article considers the problem of narrative in early Chekhovs prose. Two large Chekhovs texts were selected as the material for analysis - an idyllic in tone story "Green Spit" (1882) and "a criminal novel" "Hunting Drama" (1884). The comparison of works allows concluding that, using the same techniques, Chekhov changes their role in forming the narrative structure and thus transforms the impression that the work should leave.
Key words and phrases: . . , , , , , A. P. Chekhov, history of the Russian literature, literary theory, narrative, mass literature.
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