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Separately. Romm. How would you raskadrovali this?Once again, I read. From the place. First fore. Germany is home to the Countess, - to make it clear who it is. From the place. This is a general plan - he stands in front. Romm. Yes, the overall plan. Prior to consolidation in this passage you will get further. You do not know yet who it is. Pushkin wrote here, "Germany", and wrote "it," that is visible to a human figure. I want to know how you see Pushkin, you define the phrase cinematic? From the place. The overall plan. Romm. All right. Following sentence: "The weather was terrible and the wind was howling, wet snow fell in large flakes, lights shone dimly, the streets were empty."Do you think this is one plan, or a row of plans? With locations. One plan. Romm. That is a sign that you've grown up in an age of sound film. For a silent film that was a number of plans - the accumulation of signs of the weather. After all the howling wind could be heard. Silent film certainly would understand this as a series of plans.download the film The '60s
and Pushkin divides phrase than points, and semicolons, that is, makes it possible to read this as either a common landscape, or as a series of frames, the wet snow that falls, carried in the air, a number of dim lights, deserted streets and perspective etc. From the place. And if you first make a general plan for the street, and then view show that he is facing a home?Romm. But Pushkin is here panorama? No! I want you to see what you read. As long as I have enough for installation art of Pushkin, you will improve it later, of course, if you can. I want you to see how each piece of Pushkin in exactly limits the visible world and defines their point of view on it.I want you to hear and see him Pushkin. We have download the film The '60s
and dismantled the two phrases, we turn to the third: "Occasionally stretched Vanya on his skinny nag, looking for a late rider." Obviously, private, medium shot of the street. After that Pushkin put the dots and dashes, that is sharp, with punctuation, separates the phrase, as if to show:with chemto I graduated and started chemuto new. Next comes the phrase: "Hermann was in a thick overcoat, and felt neither wind nor snow!" This - the answer to your question, here is where the integration, it completes installation phrase. So, we read three literary phrases, forming one installation.In them you can see the house of Countess, standing in front of him a small piece of Hermann, dim lights, blizzard, snow, wind, single cab, empty streets.
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Pushkin obviously attaches great importance to sketch the weather and time of day that makes the prose rarely.Please note that in Pushkin's prose landscape extremely laconic, sometimes none at all, and sometimes given literally dvuhtreh words, in contrast to his poetry, where the pictures of nature are developed in great detail, especially when it is active and dramatic.So, we can phrase that I read, thought of as a series of savings mounting signs of wind, weather, loneliness, cold, wet snow tuskdyh lights: typed signs terrible evening.We can, of course, to show them in the same terms, as is usually done now, but Pushkin directly alludes to a separate view of the world, even the fact that he always stops the reader that point, the semicolon, and even point and dash.