Польша в русскоязычной фантастике: „чужой” cреди „своих”

  1. Сергей Легеза ORCiD: 0000-0003-3767-5848

Abstract

Poland in Russian-language fantastic fiction: The “other” among us

The article is devoted to the reception of the “Polish” in the Russian-language fiction. It indicates the sources of “background knowledge” of Poland from the authors and readers. The article deals with of images of Poland from the Soviet era to the present. Here are presented the schemes of  work with the Polish material in the Soviet and post-Soviet fiction. Among them are: 1) the use  of the Slavic (and Polish) material to provide the reader with a distance; 2) the use of “Polishness” as a mirror for self-examination of Russian culture; 3) the game with the Polish in the context of revenge models in the alternative stories (Poland as an “internal” and “external” enemy).

 

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Literatura i Kultura Popularna

23, 2017

Pages from 25 to 38

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