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LITERARY UTOPIAS FROM MORE TO HUXLEY
The Issues of Genre Poetics and Semiosphere. Finding an Island
Maxim I. Shadurski

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION...................................................................... 5
1. GENRE THINKING
IN LITERARY UTOPIAS.................................................. 8
1.1. Semiotic Space of Literary Utopias................................ 8
1.2. Historical Dynamics of Genre Structures
in Literary Utopias.................................................... 16
2. ISLAND OF HAPPINESS AND/OR FREEDOM
IN LITERARY UTOPIAS.................................................. 24
2.1. Semiotizing Fictional Space
in Thomas More's Utopia............................................. 24
2.2. In Search of Atlantis: A Strategy
of Insular Experiment................................................. 37
2.3. Utopian Project of the Enlightenment............................. 48
2.4. Ambivalence of the Two Realities
in Samuel Butler's Utopian Novels................................. 59
2.4.1. A Journey into the Land of Antipodes..................... 59
2.4.2. The Word as Authority in the Fictional World
of the Utopian Novels by S. Butler and E. Bellamy...... 70
3. REVISION OF THE INSULAR WORLD
IN 20TH-CENTURY LITERARY UTOPIAS............................ 79
3.1. Literary Anti-Utopias
and their Subgenre Varieties......................................... 79
3.2. Pragmatic Dream of discordia concors
in Aldous Huxley's Utopian Novel Island....................... 90
3.2.1. Semi-Apocalyptic Mode and the Idea of Metempsychosis... 90
3.2.2. Fundamental Microtheme.................................... 100
3.2.3. Name and Number Symbolism.............................. 103
CONCLUSION.......................................................................... 110
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY...................................................... 112
APPENDIX................................................................................. 126
INDEX................................................................................. 151
SUMMARY........................... 154


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