Scientific seminar “Personal love and higher love in Bunin’s understanding in his works of the Ceylon cycle”

Scientific seminar “Personal love and higher love in Bunin’s understanding in his works of the Ceylon cycle”

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19 Nov 2021
About the event

November 19 at 10:00 MSK

The purpose of the event: The scientific seminar is dedicated to improving the quality of teaching foreign languages and cultures in accordance with the new challenges posed to humanitarian education; expanding active contacts with scientists and teachers of foreign languages from leading universities, raising the status of foreign languages, developing the academic reputation of the RUDN University and the incoming mobility of leading scientists in the RUDN University.

The tasks of the seminar:

  1. To provide an insight into the works of I. A. Bunin's Ceylon cycle - stories and poems which were  born as a result of his trip to Ceylon and became masterpieces of world literature.
  2.  To define the philosophical and ethical concepts of the Ceylon cycle and to compare Bunin's understanding of the phenomenon of love with Russian religious and philosophical concepts and legends and mythological plots of the Buddhist East.


Ph.D Ranjana Devamitra Senasinghe (Sri Lanka), Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the National Encyclopedia of Sri Lanka with the report on the topic "Personal love and higher love in Bunin’s understanding  in his works of the Ceylon cycle".

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