2020
DOI: 10.25136/2409-8698.2020.9.33771
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А Е Харитонова

Abstract: This article reviews the type of hero typical to the literature of the turn of the XIX – XX centuries and refers to a little-studied storyline from the history of Russian-European ties of this period. In the center of author’s attention are two literary works: the novel by the Polish classic G. Sienkiewicz “Without Dogma” (1890) and the novella “Confessions of Mytishchev” (1901) by almost forgotten Russian writer M. V. Krestovskaya, who was greatly …

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