Narrativization of dramatic statements in the plays of Oleg Bogayev

Abstract

The purpose of this work is, first of all, the analysis of different forms of narration in the comedy works of Oleg Bogaev. Among them, we have selected those plays that differ in a special way of organizing the narrative: Lermontov of our time, Dead Ears and Gray. The article emphasizes that although the phenomena of epization and narrativization are closely interrelated, they must be distinguished. While epization is associated with the process of creating a picture of the world and with generic transformation, the phenomenon of narrativization should be attributed to the way of presenting reality and self-presentation of the author. The conclusions explain that in modern Russian drama, the process of narrativization of a dramatic statement is primarily due to the manifestation in the poetics of the text of an epic view of the world and the view of the narrator himself. Thanks to his omniscient position, it is possible to distinguish two temporal planes in the poetics of action: the time of narration and the time of the action depicted in the play. The processes of the utterance narrativization in the analyzed plays undoubtedly broaden the spectrum of an objective view of the events presented, first of all, the events of the characters’ telling.

About the authors

Agnieshka Jukhnievich

University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland

Author for correspondence.
Email: juchniewicz.agn@wp.pl
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-2458-9780

Fourth-year doctoral student in the field of literary studies

Poland

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