Женский почерк в жанре современного русского фэнтези

Irena Hubicka

Abstract

Fantasy, legend, and myths have been an integral part of literature through the ages. From very early fantasy text such Le Morte d’Arthur by Thomas Malory to modern works like J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, writers have used fantasy in novels, poetry, and short stories. Although fantasy is often studied as a genre, especially in discussions of books that focus on science fiction, the use of the fantastic as a literary element in books, poems, and drama has been a consistent trend across many genres and over many centuries. Elements of the fantastic have been a continued presence in literature through the centuries, especially during the Romantic and Gothic eras, as well as in contemporary literature of modern writers. The fantastic was a dominant element in many works of modernist literature during the early part of the twentieth century. Fantasy originally had a reputation of being created by men for other men, though the genre had women writers. The article presents exemplifications of Russian female fantasy prose.
Author Irena Hubicka (FL/IESP)
Irena Hubicka,,
- Institute of Eastern-Slavic Philology
Other language title versionsWomen’s writers in modern Russian fantasy
Journal seriesStudia Rusycystyczne Uniwersytetu Jana Kochanowskiego, ISSN 2084-4026, (B 6 pkt)
Issue year2017
Vol25
Pages31-41
Publication size in sheets1.00
Keywords in Englishfantasy, female fiction, genre, Russian contemporary prose, novel, modern, woman writers
URL http://ifo.ujk.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/Studia-Rusycystyczne_t_25.pdf
Languageru rosyjski
LicenseOther; published final; Other open licence; with publication
Score (nominal)6
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 6.0, 28-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal
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