Русские Aриадны : сестры Бакунины в истории западничества

2009
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dc.abstract.enWomen had always played a significant role in the history of Russian culture but at the age of Romanticism it considerably increased. The influence of women who had been grown up in the spirit of West-European Romantic culture, especialy its German variant, was of particular importance; they were also influenced by the character and thoughts of Stankevich's Circle members who, later, in the nineteen-forties laid the foundations od occidentalism. The humanistic principle of the individual's independence which had initially faced great difficulties in adaptation to Orthodox Russia, in the end becamne the foundation stone of Modernity. Educated women who can be called the guardians of Russian Europeanism, among thers - four Bakunin sisters, had a strong influence on the future belevers of Occidentalism stance becausew of their personalities which transfixed with spiritual richness, manifested themselves in sophisticated verbal and emotional forms of expression and, first of all, were an example of mature individualism. It was confirmed by personal relationships between sisters Lyubov and Barbara Bakunin and Nikolay Stankevich, between their younger sister Alexandra and Vissarion Belinsky, and between Tatiana Bakunin and Ivan Turgenev- a future chronicler of Russian Occidentakism and authior of outstanding atmospheric prose which became a part of all-European intellectual and aesthetic trends.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Filologiczny : Instytut Filologii Wschodniosłowiańskiejpl
dc.contributor.authorSzczukin, Wasilij - 132221 pl
dc.contributor.editorStankeviča, Annapl
dc.contributor.editorŠvarcband, Samuil Moiseevičpl
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dc.identifier.urihttp://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/21090
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dc.pubinfoDaugavpils : Daugavpils Universitātes Akadēmiskais apgāds "Saule"pl
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dc.titleРусские Aриадны : сестры Бакунины в истории западничестваpl
dc.title.alternativeRusskie Ariadny : sestry Bakuniny v istorii zapadničestvapl
dc.title.alternativeRosyjskie Ariadny : siostry Bakuniny w historii okcydentalizmupl
dc.title.alternativeRussian Ariadnes : Bakunin sisters in the history of Occidentalismpl
dc.title.containerConsortium omnis vitae : сборник статей к 70-летию профессора Ф. П. Федорова = sbornik statej k 70-letiû professora F. P. Fedorovapl
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Women had always played a significant role in the history of Russian culture but at the age of Romanticism it considerably increased. The influence of women who had been grown up in the spirit of West-European Romantic culture, especialy its German variant, was of particular importance; they were also influenced by the character and thoughts of Stankevich's Circle members who, later, in the nineteen-forties laid the foundations od occidentalism. The humanistic principle of the individual's independence which had initially faced great difficulties in adaptation to Orthodox Russia, in the end becamne the foundation stone of Modernity. Educated women who can be called the guardians of Russian Europeanism, among thers - four Bakunin sisters, had a strong influence on the future belevers of Occidentalism stance becausew of their personalities which transfixed with spiritual richness, manifested themselves in sophisticated verbal and emotional forms of expression and, first of all, were an example of mature individualism. It was confirmed by personal relationships between sisters Lyubov and Barbara Bakunin and Nikolay Stankevich, between their younger sister Alexandra and Vissarion Belinsky, and between Tatiana Bakunin and Ivan Turgenev- a future chronicler of Russian Occidentakism and authior of outstanding atmospheric prose which became a part of all-European intellectual and aesthetic trends.
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Wydział Filologiczny : Instytut Filologii Wschodniosłowiańskiej
dc.contributor.authorpl
Szczukin, Wasilij - 132221
dc.contributor.editorpl
Stankeviča, Anna
dc.contributor.editorpl
Švarcband, Samuil Moiseevič
dc.date.accessioned
2016-02-18T11:20:46Z
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2016-02-18T11:20:46Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2009
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Bibliogr. s. 120
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110-121
dc.description.publicationpl
0,54
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978-9984-14-464-1
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http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/21090
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rus
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Daugavpils : Daugavpils Universitātes Akadēmiskais apgāds "Saule"
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Русские Aриадны : сестры Бакунины в истории западничества
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Russkie Ariadny : sestry Bakuniny v istorii zapadničestva
dc.title.alternativepl
Rosyjskie Ariadny : siostry Bakuniny w historii okcydentalizmu
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Russian Ariadnes : Bakunin sisters in the history of Occidentalism
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Consortium omnis vitae : сборник статей к 70-летию профессора Ф. П. Федорова = sbornik statej k 70-letiû professora F. P. Fedorova
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