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Author: Pavel A. Ivanov
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11th grade student, Velikij Novgorod

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Ivanov P.A. The Color in F.M. Dostoevsky’s Novel Netochka Nezvanova. Dostoevsky and World Culture, Philological journal, 2019, No 3(7), pp. 157-161

Issue: 2019 № 3(7)
Department: “YOUNG REDINGS” IN STARAYA RUSSA
Pages: 157-161
DOI: 10.22455/2619-0311-2019-3-157-161
UDK: 82+821.161.1
BBK: 83+83.3(2=411.2)
Keywords: color, iconography, Dostoevsky, Netochka Nezvanova

Abstract: The article concerns colors and their role in Dostoevsky's novel Netochka Nezvanova. Different colors of characters or objects are often noticed by the author. Every color has its unique significance, meaning, so its analysis in different contexts is required for entire understanding of the author’s position.

 

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