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The Function of the Erotic in Adamovich's Philosophical-Allegorical Novel Last Pastoral



Year of publication 2024
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description Adamovich's The Last Pastoral belongs to his late works, characterised by a parable form of narration, a universal type of characters, and an abstract chronotope, revealing deep moral and philosophical questions. In this kind of fiction allegory is widely used, and realistic episodes often have a symbolic meaning. The article analyses the role of erotic motifs in the novel. The author seeks to prove that the erotic in The Last Pastoral is connected with violence and is opposed to the Christian salvific ideal of love. The researcher also considers the erotic in the novel in the political and gender context.
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