The specifics of creating an image of Belarus in literary reports on the wandering subjects of the 1920 30's

Бикова, Ольга Миколаївна (2019) The specifics of creating an image of Belarus in literary reports on the wandering subjects of the 1920 30's Інтегровані комунікації (8).

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Abstract

The article deals with the extraordinary spread of literary reporting on wandering subjects, which became a part of Ukrainian Soviet journalism during the period of national and cultural revival, named «rooting». The reports of Mykhailo Bykovets «On Red Belarus» and Arkadiy Lubchenko «The Blue-eyed Sister of Ukraine» are thoroughly analyzed. It was written after delegations of Ukrainian writers and journalists visited in the late 1920 Soviet Belarus. The object of characterization in the article was the authors' impressions of the reforms of Soviet power in the economic, political, social and cultural life of the republic. It is noted much about attention in the collections of reports focused on Ukrainian Belarusian cultural relations, establishing direct contacts between writers, the highest result of which was the publication of the almanac «New Belarus», which included works by 30 Belarusian writers in translations. Among them S. Pylypenko, P. Tychyny, V. Sosyury, I. Kulik, T. Masenko, A. Paniv and others. The main emphasis of the study is that the characteristic feature of the reports «On Red Belarus» by M. Bykovets and «The Blue-eyed Sister of Ukraine» by A. Lubchenko is an attraction to fragmentation. The text of the report «On Red Belarus» is divided into fifteen parts, but retains its integrity due to the presentation of information from 1 person. It is noted that the chronological type of composition chosen by the journalist allows not only to describe events, but also to share their own impressions and thoughts from what they saw. Traveling reports of the reporter often consist of fixing all the little things that reproduce the unique Belarusian color. It is emphasized that the language of the reports «On Red Belarus» by M. Bykovets and «Blue-eyed Sister of Ukraine» by A. Lubchenko is extremely simple, unformalized. It seems that journalists are talk to their readers and bring the necessary information to him. The authors try to make their reports as interesting as possible for the reader. That is why they introduce into the texts details that make them more interesting and on the other hand, distract readers from the monotonous and chronic description of the journey itself. The literary reports on the wandering theme of A. Lubchenko and M. Bykovets, despite the ninety years since their writing, are read with interest and are relevant today, because they are interesting, informative, fascinating, attract contemporary readers with fresh sensations, intriguing presentation of experiences and seen, and show a picture of the life of Soviet Belarus in the 1920 and 1930.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: literary reporting; journey; press.
Subjects: Статті у журналах > Статті у періодичних наукових виданнях Університету, які не включені до затвердженого Переліку МОН України (не входять до категорії Б)
Divisions: Інститути > Інститут журналістики > Кафедра журналістики та нових медіа
Depositing User: Ольга Миколаївна Бикова
Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2020 07:40
Last Modified: 03 Dec 2021 07:33
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/32946

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