THE IMAGE OF RUSSIA IN THE A.CARTER'S NOVEL "NIGHTS AT THE CIRCUS"

Abstract: 

This paper deals with the specifics of the functioning of the "travel" plot in the A.Carter’s novel "Nights at the Circus". The first item is the transformation of the "travel" genre in the literature of the late twentieth century; the second is the specific of the image of Russia in the novel. In this paper we prove simulative nature of the "national" images in the work of the writer.

Key words: 

English literature, the travel genre, the image of Russia, national problems, A.Carter.

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