This article reveals the literary hoaxes in the works of N.V. Gogol on the example of his works “Dead Souls”, “Viy”, “Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka”. The images and quotes of his works are given, and the peculiarities of poetics in the aspect of typological correspondences are noted, the motives of the dual world are revealed, which are the source of the plot for a number of works of the Russian writer.
Keywords: Gogol, literary mystification, dual world, motive, opposition of chronotopes
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Information about the authors:
Aisulu V. Laumulina (Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan) – PhD. Student of the the Gumilev Eurasian National University (010008, Nur-Sultan, Kanysh Satpayev street, 2). She has published 6 articles. Fields of research: Grammatical difficulties in simultaneous translation, intercultural communication, theory of English, Kazakh and Russian literature.
Zhainagul S.Beisenova (Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan) – Doctor of Philology, professor at the Russian Philology Department of the Gumilev Eurasian National University (010008, Nur-Sultan, Kanysh Satpayev street, 2). She has more than 200 publications. Fields of research: terminology, lexicology, cognitive linguistics, intercultural communication, modern Russian language, semiotics, cultural anthropology.
For citation: Laumulina A.V., Beissenova Zh.S., (2021).
Literery Hoaxes in Gogol’s Work. Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science, Vol.6, Issue 1 (2021), pp. 14-21 (in USA).