THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGISMS IN THE PORTRAYAL OF THE INNER WORLD OF THE CHARACTERS IN THE SHORT STORY “THE ANT AND GRASSHOPPER”BY W. S. MAUGHAM
Keywords:psychologism, short story, indirect psychologism, direct psychologism
The article examines the significance of direct as well as indirect psychologisms in the story of the English writer W.S. Maugham "The Ant and Grasshopper", their role in portraying the inner world of the heroes, their feelings, and emotions, depending on the situation in which they find themselves. It also provides an analysis of the psychologisms used, the difference between indirect and direct psychologisms, and the importance of the author for creating images of the heroes of the story.
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