A.S. Pushkin’s Poem “Prophet” in the Space of Intercultural Communication
The article analyzes the Quranic motifs in the works of A.S. Pushkin on the material of the poem “Prophet” in the context of the axiological components of the interaction of cultures. Being the quintessence of eternal spiritual values, the texts of Holy Scripture and true poetry carry a special energy potential, embody universal ideals and are a universal cipher of value coordinates in the intercultural dialogue of civilizations. Pushkin in the “Prophet” formulates his principle and meaning, which he will adhere to throughout his life. In his poem, the poet says that he is a modern–day prophet of God; who should carry the holy truth to people who are unable to know it on their own.
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