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Title: Čelovek v futljare - futljar v čeloveke (analiz rasskaza A.P.Čechova)
Authors: Szeredás, Lörinc
Keywords: Chekhov
The Man in a Case
myth-poetical analysis
semantics and narration
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Lörinc Szeredás, "Čelovek v futljare - futljar v čeloveke (analiz rasskaza A.P.Čechova)", in M. Nortman, L. Rossi, I. Verč (eds.): Slavica tergestina 2. Studia russica, Trieste, LINT, 1994, pp. 33-54
Series/Report no.: Slavica Tergestina
2 (1994)
Abstract: This article sets out to analyse the concept of “case” (futljar) in Chekhov’s story The Man in a Case. The analysis centres on the bonds between the characters and on the changes in narrative style, starting from the diversification of the narrative levels and stylistic details and from the etymology and homogeneity of the semantic fields of individual words. The second part of the article analyses the intertextual links between Chekhov’s text and the myth. The method of the myth-poetical analysis leads to the identification of a single artistic function at the levels of plot development and language.
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