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|Title:||The Nature of the Hero in Fedin' s Works.|
|Advisor:||Shein, L. J.|
|Keywords:||Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures|
|Abstract:||<p>An analysis of the nature of the hero in Fedin's early stories and in his seven novels. Contains a preface and four chapters. Chapter I sketches Fedin's life and outlines his early stories: Anna Timofevna, A Tale of One morning, The Chief Gunner, The Orchard. Chapter II deals with the novels: Cities and Years, The Brothers, The Rape of Europe, Arctur Sanatorium, and with a story Transvaal. Chapter II analyses the trilogy: The Early Joys, An Extraordinary Summer, Conflagration. Chapter IV summerizes some of the findings.</p>|
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