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Жужанна Эгереш ELTE Orosz Nyelvi és Irodalmi Tanszék H-1088 Budapest Múzeum krt. 4/D

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Gumilev’s work Allah’s Child was published in the art periodical Apollon in 1916. By outlining shortly the theatrical life of the early 20th-century St. Petersburg, this paper is attempting to give an answer to the question why the author created a puppet-show play. Gumilev’s play is one of the works inspired by the East that takes place in the Arabic-Muslim world. This paper does not aim at analyzing Allah’s Child comprehensively, however, it tries to point out, in context of early 20th-century Russian cultural phenomena, the main motifs and aspects of interpretation that moved the attention of contemporary Russian artists to the East.

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