希望本文可以達到幾個研究目的： 1. 研究何謂「自白散文」? 2. 《星票》的評論是什麼? 3. 蘇聯「解凍時期」當時的年輕人形象是什麼？ 4. 阿克薛納夫在《星票》中所呈現的新的藝術風格是什麼？ Since Stalin''s death Soviet politics and society have undergone significant changes; for a while the so called "period of thaw" reigned over Soviet society and culture, literature was no exception. During that period, young people in the USSR developed a keen interest in Western culture, problems experienced by young people were reflected in Russian literature where previously neglected by literary critics.
In this new trend of literature, Vassily Aksyonov gained perhaps the largest popularity as a writer. He has been praised as an idea spokesman and a leader of the fourth generation of the young people in the USSR. The reason is that his works express amazing accuracy, power, advantages and limitations of literature. Vassily Aksyonov''s works can be considered a symbolic representation of "confessional prose" of that period.
In this thesis, the author has chosen Vassily Aksyonov''s highly controversial early work "Ticket to the stars" as a main subject of social and literary analysis. From this work we can identify the kind of character among the young people the writer wished to publicize. It is a precious material for studying young people’s attitude towards life, especially in relation to the generation gap, state authority, social morals etc... Through this study we can perceive some fundamental contradictions in the Soviet society at that time including the inner contradictions of the young generation''s latent dissent.
"Confessional prose''s" powerful writing style, language and plot makes these stories precipitated heated discussions, which in many ways determined the subsequent development of Russian literature and public opinion. This study deals with the following main issues: 1. What is the "confessional prose"? 2. What kind of criticism did "Ticket to the stars" produced in the USSR? 3. What was the literary image of the young people during that time? 4. What are the literary traits of Vassily Aksyonov''s work found in the "Ticket to the stars"?