A Cult Poet vs. The Cult Of A Poet. Shevchenko’s Portrait In Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s “My Stumbling Speech In Kyiv”.

Jewhenia Wołoszczuk
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The paper focuses on the essay “My Stumbling Speech in Kyiv” by Friedrich Dürrenmatt which hitherto has been on the sidelines of Dürrenmatt studies. The literary portrait of a well-known Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko as a cultural “Other” and the self-projection of the essay’s author have been analyzed here in their interrelations with various cultural and political contexts.


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