Denial of the Author’s Horizon in the Book "The Winter of Great Lonliness"
“The Winter ..." is a polyphonic novel. A crucial importance in the polyphonic text plays the relationship between the horizon and the character and the one of the author. According to the researcher Mikhail Bakhtin, the author as the carrier of his own idea enters as an orientation among the other orientations in the polyphonic novel. Meanwhile, according to N.F.Alapat, the characters in the novel have maximum freedom, which allows them not only to discuss with each other, but even to the author himself. This means that the author in the polyphonic novel enters with his horizon orientation among the other orientations. In this regard for it is of interest for the polyphonic text to investigate even the relationship of the author’s horizon with that of the character in the book "The Winter ..." by Kadare in this regard questions which would need answer would be: 1. In the book “The Winter ..." do we have an author who enters with his orientation as a horizon among the other horizons? 2. If not, then, if the author is only attracted to his creative scheme, which is the stylistic solution of Kadare's in the relations between the author and the character’s horizon. By answering these questions first of all, it would emerge the individuality of Kadare in the polyphonic text typology, and secondly, if there is something particular, where and how it is incarnated in the stylistic choices in the book "The Winter ...”
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