Edited By Agnieszka Gutthy
Romantic Weltliteratur of the Western World is a collection of essays that examine Romantic literature and art from Europe and America. Since Goethe coined the concept of Weltliteratur, scholarly interest in comparative, global, and transnational literary and cultural studies has only continued to grow. Intended to complement existing scholarship, the essays in this volume offer a variety of critical approaches to Romantic literature and explore the dialogic component of different literary works as well as their transnational intertextualities.
8. The Imprint of Walter Scott on the Historical Perspective of Aleksander Pushkin and Fyodor Dostoevsky (Mabel Greta Velis Blinova)
8. The Imprint of Walter Scott on the Historical Perspective of Aleksander Pushkin and Fyodor Dostoevsky
Mabel Greta Velis Blinova
Нет, я не Байрон, я другой,
Еще неведомый избранник,
Как он, гонимый миром странник,
Но только с русскою душой.
(No, I’m not Byron; I am, yet,
Another choice for the sacred dole,
Like him—a persecuted soul,
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