During the first meeting with "Faustus Runs the Plebeian Circle: A Short Story Collection" we encounter a complex compositional motivation and a specific polyphony of motivational relations. This polyphony, from the very beginning, reveals an important element for the structure of the work through the title.
The author suggests we symbolically recognize the wide scope of the topic, using imagination to recognize artistically shaped self-communication, notable achievements in science, objectivist descriptions of social abysses, and socially important truths about life and the world.
This work is characterized by the structural setting in the narration. It contains six elements that make up the whole.
Although the six stories separate themselves as separate wholes, they have a common matrix in terms of expression. They are structured like stories but dramatic elements are strongly felt, along with dynamic action triggers and static motives that describe certain situations.
The contemporary Macedonian writer Stefan Markovski skillfully makes a combination of lyrical and dramatic components, experimenting with the genres.
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