Mythological Basis of Lesya Ukrainka’s Female Images
AbstractThis article considers the mythological basis of the main female images of Lesya Ukrainka’s drama fairy tale The Forest Song and drama poem Vila Posestra. It is shown that the neo-romantic artistic concept in the writer’s dramatic works is established by means of mythology.Key words: mythological basis, female image, Mavka, Vila
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