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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 7. Part 1. P. 105-108.
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ON THE CHILDREN'S TRAVELOGUE IN THE RUSSIAN SOVIET LITERATURE OF THE 1920-1930S

Kuvshinov Feliks Vladimirovich
Belgorod University of Cooperation, Economics and Law (Branch) in Lipetsk


Abstract. The article deals with the children's travelogue of the Russian literature of the 1920-1930s through the prism of the Soviet everyday life. The author describes the specific features of children's travel literature such as convention, banality, following the ideological guidelines, low informativeness of the text, and lack of real knowledge about foreign countries of the authors. Made for young readers, such literature was devoid of analytical element and at the same time was a convenient base for solutions of non-standard creative problems.
Key words and phrases: советская повседневность, жанр травелога, детский травелог, литература путешествий, цензурное давление, Soviet everyday life, genre of travelogue, children's travelogue, travel literature, censorship pressure.
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