Solovyov’s Followers: Virtual Love after Andrey Bely
AbstractThis article is dedicated to one of the spiritual inheritors of V. Solovyov – the great litterateur and thinker Andrey Bely. In the article the authors have shown peculiar to sym-bolists erasure of boundaries between theory, literature and life. In this case it is a mixture of symbolic philosophy of love with the embodiment of this philosophy in literary text and with the real practice of erotic relationship.
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