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|Title:||Il sogno in M.A. Bulgakov: un punto di contatto con la dimesione ultraterrena|
|Publisher:||Padova, Editoriale Programma|
|Abstract:||Dreams in literature play an important role. The different meanings they convey depend not only on the particular conception of dreaming predominant when the literary work is written, but also on the personal philosophy of the author. In Bulgakov's works they are used as a stylistic device, but, what is more significant, also as a point of connection with the 'unknown' dimension. Through dreams his characters go beyond reality to come in touch with that part of natural life that cannot be perceived sensibly, but that can be felt unconsciously. Aleksej Turbin's dream in The White Guard taking place in heaven, and some dreams in The Master and Margarita, are taken as the most meaningful examples,among more than forty dreams in the author's whole literary production, to demonstrate the theory.|
|Appears in Collections:||Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie occidentale|
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