2023 Vol. 8, №2


Literary theory


Mikhail G. Pavlovets.
Russian Poetic Neo-avant-garde of the 2nd Half of the 20th Century: On Issue of the Term’s Use Boundaries

10 - 31

World literature


Ekaterina N. Buzurnyuk.
The Joke in Aristophanes’ Assemblywomen (v. 21–23)

32 - 47

Natalia M. Dolgorukova.
“Intertextuality” in the 12th Century: Marie de France and Chrétien de Troyes

48 - 67

Alyona V. Khokhlova.
Hunting Birds in German Epic and Courtly Romance

68 - 85

Maria Yu. Ignatieva (Oganissian).
Spanish Mystic of the 16th Century and the “Spiritual Canticle” of Saint John of the Cross

86 - 107
Maria R. Nenarokova.
John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress: From Emblem to Comics
108 - 139

Russian Literature


Kristina V. Sarycheva.
Evolution of Female Images in the I.A. Grinevskaya’s Works of the 1890s–1900s.

140 - 161

Maxim V. Skorokhodov.
Esenin’s Poem “Us”: Materials for Historical and Literary Commentary

162 - 181

Svetlana D. Titarenko.
The Metamorphosis of Mannerism in Russian Poetry at the Turn of the 19th–20th Centuries: Valery Bryusov and Nikolay Gumilev

182 - 199

Olga A. Bogdanova.
The “Dacha Myth” in Russian Literature of the Turn of the 20th–21st Centuries: The Case of Yuri Mamleev

200 - 219
Elizaveta B. Dzaparova.
Poem by A.A. Akhmatova “Requiem” in the Dialogue of Cultures: Problems of Translation into Ossetian
220 - 241

Folklore Studies


Olha M. Humeniuk.
Genre and Style Structure of Expatriate Folklore Lyrics by Crimean Tatars (“The Song of Cool Water”)

242 - 267
Andrey L. Toporkov.
“Dream of the Virgin” in Russian Handwritten and Folklore Traditions (17th – the Beginning of the 21st Century)
268 - 287

Textology. Materials


Natalia V. Pak.
The Panegyric on Nicholas Kochanov, a Fool for Christ of Novgorod: Literary Sources

288 - 315
Elena A. Andrushchenko.
Sainte-Beuve vs Eckermann, or How the First Russian Translation of “Conversations with Goethe” Was Made
316 - 333
Lyubov V. Khachaturian.
“Big Data” of the Digital Archive: A Dialogue with a Raster Manuscript
334 - 349



Nellya M. Shchedrina.
The Artistic Embodiment of the Historiosophical Concept in the D.S. Merezhkovsky’s Novels

350 - 359