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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 11. Part 1. P. 206-208.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN THE NOVEL BY R. P. WARREN "A PLACE TO COME TO"

Shutova Sof'ya Aleksandrovna
Voronezh State University


Abstract. The article examines the novel by R. P. Warren "A Place to Come to" (1977). It is noted that the writer addressed the theme of the Second World War to understand the American reality of the postwar period and the life of a generation who couldn’t "because of the war to reach a consensus with the life". Introduced by R. P. Warren "stone and hare" conception shows the tragic consequences of a fascist regime and ideology.
Key words and phrases: американская литература, Р. П. Уоррен, литература о войне, гуманистические ценности, тема смерти, анималистические метафоры, American literature, R. P. Warren, war literature, humanistic values, theme of death, animalistic metaphors.
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