Poetics of accidentality and tragicalness in Dina Rubina’s short stories

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Bezrukov A. N.

The poetic categories of accidentality and the tragicalness are some markers of Russian literature. Dina Rubina’s texts confirm the author’s desire to verify the main classics qualification – freedom of choice. Modern literature allows the reader to self-identify with aesthetic extremes, to identify options that are significant in an aesthetic sense, to find an inner desire to move towards an informal-objective ideal.

Keywords: modern Russian literature, Dina Rubina, short story, tragic, occasion, dialogue, comparative studies.

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