Nichiporov I.B. The Author’s Voice and Voices of the Time in I. Shmelev’s “The Sun of the Dead”
The article discusses polyphonic voices in I. Shmelev’s novel “The Sun of the Dead”: the narrator’s voice, discursive styles of characters, voices of nature, and voices of the post-revolutionary time. The narrator reproduces and stores in his memory voices of many people, combines them with delicate commentaries, and shares his stoic experiences in confessional monologues.
Shmelev, revolution, modernity, author’s voice, voices of characters