A systems approach to literature: mythopoetics of Chekhov's four major plays
This systematic approach to the study of literary works involves the search for mythological archetypes, parallels, paradigms, and motives in a literary text. In a new attempt at an integrated vision of literary works, Zubarev presents a comprehensive approach on the basis of mythopoetics. Her theory is verified through a close examination of four of Chekhov's major plays: The Seagull, Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters, and The Cherry Orchard. Zubarev presents a compelling approach to literary analysis, and explores the enigmatic roots of Chekhov's universal significance. Her mythopoetic study sheds light on why Chekhov's plays are moving in any language and in any time.
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The Iliad of Domestic Scope
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accordance Achilles Actually Agamemnon allusion analysis Andreevna Andrey Anfisa Anton Chekhov appears approach Arcadia archetypal Ariadne Ariadne's Arkadina Astrov becomes biblical character Charlotta Chekhov's Chekhovian comedy comic echo concept context critics dachnik death Dionysus disjointed incrementalism Elena Elijah farcical fire Firs Gaev Gaev's goddess Greek Helen of Troy hero heroine Hesiod humorous Indeterministic interpreted Irina Katsenelinboigen Kulygin last name literary Lopakhin Lubkov Marina Masha Maslenitsa Medvedenko monologue Moscow myth mythic mytholiterary continuum mythological mythopoetic nanny Natasha nature Nina notion paradigm pastoral Peloponnesus Pelops Perun Pishchik Pisma Plato Plato's play plot potential protagonists Protopopov PSSiP Ranevskaya rayok reveals role Russian Seagull second act Senelick Serebryakov Shamokhin Shrovetide Slavic Solyony Sonya Sour Cherry Orchard story symbol Telegin Tenepb third act Three Sisters TOJibKo Treplev Trigorin Trofimov Tuzenbach Uncle Vanya universe Vershinin Voynitsky Wandering Jew Zeus