AESTHETICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FAIRY CHARACTERS IN NOVELS BY ELIN PELIN
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Fairies are ambivalent (malignant-benevolent) mythological female creatures connected with nature. Their ambivalent character relates to men’s equivocal relationship toward nature, which is closely linked to female archetype. The paper deals with the ideological and aesthetical aspect of fairycharacters in two novels by Elin Pelin which share the same title – Fairy – and their role in his conceptualization of the clash between culture and nature, as well as the clash between rural and urban, which is closely linked with this.
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