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THE EVOLUTION OF PORTRAIT VISION IN GERTRUDE STEIN’S LITERARY PORTRAITS
Morzhenkova Natalya Viktorovna, Candidate of philological sciences, associate professor, sub-department of West-European languages and translation science, Moscow city Teachers’ Training University, email@example.com
The article examines the development of portrait concept in Gertrude Stein’s literary portraits of different periods, demonstrating gradual decrease in referentiality. Focusing on the close reading of particular portraits the paper prompts reflections on the nature of Gertrude Stein’s avant-garde portrait vision. The author demonstrates how Stein’s portrait techniques develop from «readable» portraits of early period to her most hermetic third-phase portraits.
Gertrude Stein, literary portrait, avant-garde portrait vision, decrease in referentiality.
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