Article 8210

Title of the article

     “THE RUSSIAN THEME” IN ALFRED TENNYSON’S LITERARY WORKS IN THE CONTEXT OF RUSSIAN-BRITISH            SOCIAL AND LITERARY CONNECTIONS OF THE 19TH CENTURY                 

Authors

Chernin Vladimir Konstantinovich, Candidate of pedagogic sciences, associate professor, sub-department of methods of primary education, Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University after I. N. Ulyanov, filoloc@yandex.ru
Zhatkin Dmitry Nikolaevich, Doctor of philological sciences, professor, head of sub-department of interpretation and translation science, Penza State Technological Academy, fellow of the International Academy of sciences of the pedagogical education, Russian Writers’ Union member, Russian Journalists’ Union member, ivb40@yandex.ru 

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Abstract

The article notes an outstanding English poet of the Victorian epoch Alfred Tennyson’s constant negative attitude to Russia as the country of wild customs, inimical to European values of humanism. Tennyson had no clear view of the history of Russia and peculiarities of its geographical position, the evidence of what is a number of inaccurate facts and even mistakes in his literary works, however he kept up with social and political processes, taking place in the far country, strengthening of Russia’s role on the world arena, considered it a rival while dividing spheres of political influence by world powers. 

Key words

Alfred Tennyson, intercultural communication, Russian-English literary and historical-cultural relations, reception, tradition, literary detail. 

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