Sergei GOLOVKO. FOUR LEVELS OF PROTECTION ................................................. p. 26 Alexander KARLYUKEVICH, Svetlana ANANYEVA. MUTUAL VISION OF PEOPLES AS AN ASPECT OF MODERN COMPARATIVE STUDIES .......................................... p.

Belaruskaya Dumka - - SUMMARY -

The article focuses on the programs to mitigate the impact of the Chernobyl disaster in the Belarus-Russia Union State. The author talks about the results of joint work to minimize the consequences of the accident. Special attention is given to the results of the Union State's Chernobyl programs in different periods: in 1998-2000, 2002-2005, 2006-2010, and 2013-2016. The author also examines the prospects of the next, fifth, program designed to run until 2021. The article explores a literary text as an internally mobile system. Different cultural stereotypes in the prose of American writer Victoria King and in the poetry of Kazakh poet Lyubov Shashkova vividly reveal “us and them” boundaries. The writers’ narrative strategies are individual. What is common is the reference to the heroes of different ethnicities. Belonging to a different culture causes no dissonance, misunderstanding, otherness, incongruity. Mutual vision of peoples, as the leading postulate of the modern comparative literary analysis, helps discover the worldviews held by different nations, enrich the artistic and life experiences both of the author and the reader. It also promotes the intercultural interaction and productive dialogue in the 21st century.

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