FAR-EASTERN POETRY ABOUT WAR:
EXISTENTIAL MEANINGS AND MORAL MEMORY
Mariya Alexeevna Manikovskaya – Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor at Far Eastern State University of Humanities.
Poets of Russia's Far East created polyphonic poetic images of outstanding power basing them on their own dramatic experience of the Great Patriotic War. Not only does their expressive artistic value set them apart from other poetic works of a similar kind, but also existential meanings and moral memory embodied in them make them unique. The article considers ontological integration of war, poetic art and memory through existential self-differentiation and, most importantly, via human experience and perception of these phenomena.
war, Far-Eastern poetry, polysemantic image, aesthetic experience, existential meanings, moral memory.