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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2021. № 7. P. 2058-2062.
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Continuity between Thomas Hardy and Edward Thomas as Representatives of the "English Line" of Poets

Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
Samara University of Public Administration "International Market Institute"

Submitted: 24.06.2021
Abstract. The purpose of the study is to show that the British poets of the early XX century, T. Hardy and E. Thomas, belong to the tradition of the English poetry that was based on the authentic, native principle and is opposed to cosmopolitan modernism, as well as to identify certain continuity between their works. Scientific novelty of the paper lies in the fact that their poetry has not been considered in that light in Russia, where Hardy is not well known as a poet and Thomas’s creative work is relatively unknown. As a result, it is shown that both the poets based their creative work on the native and familiar, although they did not directly oppose themselves to modernism, with Hardy’s poetry potentially serving in some ways as an example for his younger contemporary.
Key words and phrases: Томас Харди, Эдвард Томас, английская поэзия начала XX века, "английская линия" поэтов, "English line" of poets, Thomas Hardy, Edward Thomas, English poetry of the early XX century
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