Модификации романной формы в прозе Запада второй половины ХХ столетия.

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«He forgot his wounds, his hunger and thirst, and became fear; hopeless fear on flying feet, rushing througt the forest towards the open beach. Spots jumped before his eyes and turned into red circles that expanded quickly till they passed out of sight. Below him, someone's legs were getting tired and the desperate ululation advanced like a jagged fringe of menace and was almost overhead» (293—294).