• O. Tymofeyeva Kryvyi Rih Applied College of Economics and Management of State Higher Educational Establishment "Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman", separate structural unit http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7042-5018
Keywords: rebellion, revolution, rebel, concept, reality, psychology


Background: The relevance of the research is determined by the artistic value of the L. Skrypnyk’s works. It’s need to comprehend its individual style, to generalize literary studies of the author’s oeuvre, to observe his prose through the modern scientific approach as well as to define its place in the Ukrainian literature process and in «Red Renaissance» literature in particular. The article deals with the peculiarities of revolution and rebellion concept presented in the works of L. Skrypnyk. The specificitiy of artistic realization of reality through remarkable details of the day is highlighted. Purpose: to distinguish peculiarities of art implementation of revolution and rebellion concept in Leo Skrypnyk’s prose. In order to multifaceted learning of the Leo Skrypnyk’s poetics, we used the theoretical-critical method and elements of comparative and descriptive-analytical technique. Results. Te main themes typical for the 1920–1930s prose (particularly the theme of revolution and civil war («For everything», «The Small Steppe Mine», «Cortoyak»)) were reflected in the Leo Skrypnyk’s works. A noticeable place in his short stories takes the theme of miner's work. Writer sought to reveal a miner's society from different parties, quite clearly characterized by the circumstances and situations that determined the lives of people in mines in those days («For everything», «The Little Steppe Mine» etc.). In the Leo Skrypnyк’s prose the ideological and artistic features of the day are reflected as well as its actual problems, the ugly phenomena of that time are revealed. The article deals with the peculiarity of the concept of revolution and rebellion presented in the Leo Skrypnyк’s prose. The specificity of its artistic realization is highlighted through the remarkable details of epoch as well as existential concepts of fury, hatred, death. Conclusions. The evolution of the rebel’s character in Leo Skrynуk’s prose expressed through hero’s psyche and speech is discovered. The author reproduces hero’s feelings in a moment of his highest tension, in his struggle culmination. Leo Skrynуk created coherent image of his era, showed harmfull circumstances of miner's life. Subsequently, it is worth focusing on the creative individuality of Leo Skrypnyk, reviewing it in the general literary context of the day.


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Tymofeyeva, O. (2021). SPECIFICITY OF ART IMPLEMENTATION OF REVOLUTION AND REBELLION CONCEPT IN LEV SKRYPNYK’S PROSE. Journal “Ukrainian sense”, 1(1), 78-85. https://doi.org/10.15421/462106