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The First Comprehensive Study of the Thanatological Discourse of Russian Literature 31

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Sukina L.B.
Doctor of History, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Training of Highly Qualified Personnel, The Program Systems Institute of RAS, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7692-2085
e-mail: lbsukina@gmail.com

Abstract
The article is a review of the collective monograph "Thanatological Theme in Russian Literature of the 11th-21th centuries", prepared by well-known experts in the field of Russian literature V.A. Voropaev, I.V. Dergacheva, E.L. Konyavskaya and V.V. Milkov. The peer-reviewed book publishes the results of a comprehensive study of ideas about death and posthumous life based on data from Old Russian written monuments and the most significant works of Russian fiction of the 18th-21th centuries. According to the authors of the book, the basis of literary thanatology in Russian culture was the Christian doctrine. But it also absorbed elements of autochthonous pre-Christian views on the afterlife and external impulses that came in the process of intercultural communication with Byzantium and the countries of Europe.

Keywords: comprehensive study, thanatological theme, ancient Russian book culture, Russian classical literature, modern Russian literature.

Column: Chronicles of Scientific Life

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/langt.2021080310

Received: 01.09.2021

Accepted: 15.09.2021

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