According to the idea of the article, the phenomenon of “lost generation” in the 20th century literature can be seen as the trend of vast scale, which does not only include classical texts by E.-M. Remarque, R. Aldington and E. Hemingway, but it also contains considerable ray of texts, written by the authors, who were not the direct participants of military operations, and not did not always refer to military operations in general, and consisted of very different plots. However, they are united by the general sense of the total crisis of values, produced by the WWI. According to this approach V. Woolf’s novel “Mrs Dalloway”, D.-H. Lawrence’s novel “Lady Chatterley’s Lover”, A. Huxley’s creative activities of 1920th in general and even the story by the Russian writer L. Andreev “The Yoke of the War” (1916) can be to some extent considered as the “lateral” phenomena of the literature of “lost generation”.
|Translated title of the contribution||The Features of the Lost Generation Literature in the Work of the Writers Who Were Not Participants of World War I|
|Journal||Известия Уральского федерального университета. Серия 1: Проблемы образования, науки и культуры|
|Issue number||2 (186)|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
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