Literary Theory

Nina F. Shcherbak
Contemporary Scottish and Irish Women’s Writing: Tradition and Innovation
2021 Vol. 6, №4
Kazbek K. Sultanov
Re-discovering Evolution: A National Literature between Tautology and Renewal
2021 Vol. 6, №4
Elena A. Takho-Godi
Russian Literature and Philosophy: Problems of Study and Preliminary Results
2021 Vol. 6, №4
Diana A. Molchanova
On the Nature of Polytextual Complexes in Literature
2021 Vol. 6, №3
Sergey N. Zenkin
The Mask of the Muse. Visuality and Narrative in Richard Le Gallienne’s The Worshiper of the Image
2021 Vol. 6, №3
Natalia N. Smirnova
On the Fragmentation in Literature
2021 Vol. 6, №1
Valery I. Tyupa
The Pivotal Narratological Category in Historical Perspective
2021 Vol. 6, №1
Zs. Kalavszky
A.P. Urakova
Exploring the Boundaries of Texts and Literary Cults
2020 Vol. 5, №4
S.V. Fedotova
Mapping out Methodological Approaches to Russian Symbolism (on the Example of Vyacheslav Ivanov)
2020 Vol. 5, №4
T.G. Chesnokova
The Taming of the Shrew by A.N. Ostrovsky: some aspects of reception and the principles of translation of Shakespeare’s comedy
2020 Vol. 5, №4
E.B. Kriukova
O.А. Koval
Six Thinkers in Search of the Author
2020 Vol. 5, №3
K.K. Sultanov
Tradition in the Post-Traditional World: National Literature as Experience of Prolongation
2020 Vol. 5, №3
A.E. Makhov
The Category of Verisimilitude in the Literary Theory of French Classicism
2020 Vol. 5, №2
A.E. Kozlov
“The Right to Biography” and Literary Memories of the 19th Century
2020 Vol. 5, №2
M.L. Andreev
Goldoni in the Translation of Amfiteatrov’s Family
2020 Vol. 5, №2
N.A. Drovaleva
Visualization of the Character's Appearance in Fiction
2020 Vol. 5, №1
G. Rimondi
On the Role of Musical Ekphrasis in A.F. Losev’s Novel Tchaikovsky Trio
2020 Vol. 5, №1
Veronika B. Zuseva-Özkan
Prefix “Neo” in the Cultural and Scientific Reflection
2019 Vol. 4, №4
T.G. Magaril-Ilyaeva
The Single Text: on the History of the Term and its Role in Dostoevsky Studies
2019 Vol. 4, №4
Oxana A. Koval
Ekaterina B. Kriukova
Gottfried Benn and Martin Heidegger on the Essence of Poetry. The Story of a Might-Have-Been Meeting
2019 Vol. 4, №3