Kanon kobiecości w rozumieniu Antona Czechowa

  1. Andrzej Ksenicz

Abstract

The essence of femininity according to Anton Chekhov

 

In the present paper, the author endeavours to explain the role of a woman’s beauty and female body in the artistic code of the writer’s works. Even in Chekhov’s early literary texts, there can be found examples of the use of woman’s portrait as a component of his main characters, both men and women contribute in a peculiar way to the overall psychological portrayal of a human being. This extraordinary pictorial device employed by the author of The Bride determines, to a large extent, the specific character of his literary output.

 

 

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Slavica Wratislaviensia

153, 2011

Pages from 271 to 278

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