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Parks and gardens in poetic reminiscences used to deliver philosophic ideas

Journal: Studia Humanitatis (Vol.2017, No. 4)

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Page : 21-21

Keywords : park; garden; nature; landscape; epigraph; intertext; John Fowles; reminiscence; the Victorian period; Thomas Hardy; Alfred Tennyson;

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The paper focuses on analyzing the image of parks and gardens that helps to deliver philosophic ideas in fiction. The research bases on the novel “The French Lieutenant's Woman” by John Fowles. The literary hermeneutics and reception-aesthetics methods are used. The paper deals with the reminiscences from Alfred Tennyson's and Thomas Hardy's poetry. The author draws a conclusion about their meaning for understanding the sense of the novel and John Fowles's philosophic ideas as a whole.

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