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    Title: 俄國文化中的流浪現象
    Other Titles: The phenomenon of wandering in Russian culture
    Authors: 蘇淑燕
    Keywords: wandering;pilgrimage;foolishness for Christ;mind-wandering
    Date: 2016-05-26
    Issue Date: 2017-03-15 02:10:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This article discusses the phenomenon of wandering in Russian culture, which was very typical and popular especially in the end of the 19-th century, but totally disappeared after the establishment of a strict passport’s regime during the Soviet Union. According to the classification made by A. Smirnova, who distinguishes two types of Russian wandering: voluntary and involuntary, this paper puts emphasis on the three subtypes within the first type: pilgrimage, foolishness for Christ and mind-wandering. This article presents an analysis of the cultural phenomenon of pilgrimage and foolishness for Christ (that refer to such behavior as abandoning house for a short or long time and taking a journey on foot for religious purposes), and mind-wandering (which refers to the confrontation between the motivational value of wandering with the motivational value of the everyday trivial activities), their peculiarities and reflections in Russian literature.
    Relation: 2016年淡江大學 -北京大學兩岸外國語言文學術研討會
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