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|Title:||Women in Gorky's Prose Fiction 1892 - 1911|
|Authors:||Hnatiw, Maria Chrystyna|
|Advisor:||G., C. J.|
|Keywords:||Russian;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures|
|Abstract:||<p>An analysis of the portrayal of women in Maxim Gorky's short stories of 1892 - 1899 and some of the novels of 1899 - 1911.<br />The thesis contains a preface and four chapters. The preface gives a brief introductory sketch of the image of Maxim Gorky presented by Soviet literary criticism. The first chapter discusses some of the female characters in Gorky's early short stories. Chapter II deals with some of the women portrayed in his novels: Foma' Gordeev (1899), Troe (1900-1901), and Zhizn' Matveya Kazhemyakina (1911). The third chapter discusses the female personages in his novel Mat' (1907) and Chapter VI summarizes my main findings.</p>|
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