"Анна Каренина. История Вронского" на Карен Шахназаров - граници на киноинтерпретацията
"Anna Karenina. The History of Vronsky" by Karen Shakhnazarov - Boundaries of the Cinematic Interpretation

Author(s): Nataliya Nyagolova
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Fine Arts / Performing Arts, Studies of Literature, Russian Literature, Film / Cinema / Cinematography
Published by: Пловдивски университет »Паисий Хилендарски«
Keywords: series; narrative; novel; poetics; history
Summary/Abstract: The article outlines the aesthetic and culturological context of the inception and functioning of the series “Anna Karenina. The History of Vronsky” (2017) by Karen Shakhnazarov. It describes the transformations of the original narrative model of L.N.Tolstoy’s novel and its relation to the structure of the parable (Gabdullina) and the parallel story structure (Nabokov). It also interprets the novel’s narrative assembly with the documentary prose of V. V. Veresaev as a model of presenting Russian history of the end of the XIX – early XX century.

  • Page Range: 273-280
  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: Bulgarian