Axiological Values in L. Borodin’s Story “the Visit”
Leonid Borodin is a well–known writer in the West. He is a laureate of the French Freedom Prize, the Italian Grisante Cavour. His books have been translated into many languages of the world, including English, German, French. Borodin began writing in the late 1960s, but remained unknown in Russia for a long time. The first publication took place in the Motherland 25 years after the creation of the text. The article analyzes the story of L. Borodin “The Visit”, in the aspect of understanding the eternal spiritual and aesthetic “models of God–seeking”, actualizing in the artistic consciousness of mankind through a new reading, a look at the concept–forming complex of problems “God–Being–Man”.
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