As most secondary literature on the autobiography confuses the relationship between author, narrator, and hero/heroine, this study begins by analyzing this problem. Ivan Bunin's 'The Life of Arsen'ev' can be best characterized as 'autobiography as the creation of fiction, told exclusively from a grown-up perspective'. Special attention is paid to the relationship between the childlike-hero, grown-up hero/heroine, and the narrator, to the extent that the fictional narrative is based on primary material from Bunin's life.
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Subtítulo: AN ANALYSIS OF THE LITERARY DEVICES EMPLOYED IN IV