Spivachuk. The Specificity of the Plot-building of P. Romanov‚Äôs Short Stories
Submitted on: Mar 12, 2017, 08:33:16
Literature / Fiction / Short stories
Description: The article deals with the features of the plot organization in the writer‚Eôs works and their role in the formation of the Romanov artistic conception of the world and man. In P. Romanov‚Eôs short stories there is a wide range of using of techniques of composition and plot. This indicates that the categories ‚Eúplot‚EĚ and ‚Eúcomposition‚EĚ occupied an important place in the artistic consciousness of the writer. Unlike many modernist and avant-garde writers of the 20th century, P. Romanov did not particularly desire to "get rid of the plot." The plot and its composition gave P. Romanov inexhaustible possibilities for creative solutions. All his stories are extremely story-telling. A sharp, peripetetic plot became the main and leading element of the Romanov story. The story of P. Romanov is represented as a result of a peculiar symbiosis of concrete facts of objective reality (the storyline event) and their subject-composition realization. However, despite possible expectations, the graphic, descriptive beginning in P. Romanov's stories gives way to the conflictuality of the plot.
The abstract of this article will be published in the March 2017 issue of "Intellectual Archive Bulletin", ISSN 1929-1329.
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