Vol 73, NO 6 (2014)

Pages: 78-80
Author: A. V. Sideltsev
Absract: Academician of the RAS Tamaz Valerianovich Gamkrelidze (On the 85 th Birthday)
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Pages: 74-75
Author: S. V. Tikhomirov
Absract: Korovin V.I. Russia and theWest in Pushkin’s Boldino Works: Mozart and Salieri, The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin. [In Russian]. M.: Russkoe Slovo, 2013. 604 p
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Pages: 76-77
Author: E. P. Gretchanaya
Absract: E.P. Zykova. Literary Establishment and Literary Habits of Mind in England of the 18 th Century: Artas Reflected in Letters, Diaries, Memoirs. [In Russian]. M.: Institute forWorld Literature of the RAS (IMLI), 2013. 231 p
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Pages: 72-73
Author: S. A. Dubrovskaya
Absract: The author of the article traces back the history of treatment of one of the serious scientific subjects of Russian literary studies, “Gogol and Rabelais”. M.M. Bakhtin's statement of this problem stimulated scientific interests and offered opportunities of comparative approach. The article covers the history of the plot, which allows to see the reflection of the common patterns of Russian literary studies of 1940-80s.
Keywords: SCIENTIFIC SUBJECT, LAUGHTER, FOLK LAUGHTER TRADITION, RECEPTION
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Pages: 3-14
Author: L. L. Kasatkin
Absract: The article describes certain orthoepic positions - various factors, which determine the ways to pronounce words and to place stresses within them. Among those factors are the following: phonetic (sound variants, close sounds, sounds in the beginning and end of the word, stressed and unstressed positions, phrasal position, word's length), phonological (position before or after a certain phoneme), lexical (a specific word's frequency of occurrence within a text corpus, stylistic coloring, common or phraseological usage), morphemic (kinds of morphemes, morphemic boundary), morphological (lexical categories, into which a word can be classified, distinction between different word forms), word-formative (wordbuilding principles), stylistic (speech style), graphical/orthographical (spelling variants), generative (pronunciation standards), gender-specific (gender of the speaker), social (affiliation with certain social groups), and territorial (speakers living in a particular district of Russia or abroad).
Keywords: PHONETICS, PHONOLOGY, ORTHOEPY, VOCABULARY, MORPHEMICS, MORPHOLOGY, WORD-FORMATION, ST
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Pages: 15-22
Author: K. A. Tchekalov
Absract: The article considers the destiny of Eugene Sue's novel “Les Mysteres de Paris” in Russian literature of the 1840's. An ambivalent assessment of the book by its contemporaries (critics, writers and common readers) runs parallel to their lack of interest in Sue's genre innovations. The first literary works written under the influence of “Les Mysteres de Paris” were prone to parody Sue's methods rather than develop them.
Keywords: MYSTERYMANIA, NOVEL, NOVELLA, MASS LITERATURE, COUNTRY HOUSE, PHYSIOLOGICAL SKETCH
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Pages: 23-37
Author: K. A. Barsht
Absract: One of the main sources of our knowledge of Dostoyevsky’s creative habits in years 1860 s-1870 s are his 'working notebooks’ (zapisnye tetradi). Existing editions of these notebooks seem to reproduce the text on the principle that only one important level of manuscript is worthy of being presented; namely, the verbal level itself. However, the fact is that Dostoyevsky’s manuscripts (to take Crime and Punishment, for instance) are texts of many coexisting languages: verbal, graphical, verbal/graphical (special picture-writing, calligraphy, and other verbal/graphical means), which, taken together, create a complicated semantic structure. Here we speak for publication of a diplomatic transcript edition of Dostoyevsky’s works, which would retain different levels of meaning - to a fuller extent, than it is possible in other types of scholarly editions.
Keywords: DOSTOYEVSKY'S CREATIVE PROCESS, ''DIARY / WORKING NOTEBOOKS', VERBAL AND IDEOGRAPHIC LANGUAGES IN THE MANUSCRIPTS, DI
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/45/public/45-411-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 38-50
Author: K. Ya. Seagal
Absract: This article examines the role, which punctuation plays in exposing of emotional undertones and subtext. It is shown that an ellipsis often serves as a non-generic punctuation mark revealing various emotional content.
Keywords: PUNCTUATION USAGE, PUNCTUATION IN TRANSLATION, EMOTIONAL SUBTEXT, NARRATIVE STYLISTICS OF M.A. SHOLOKHOV, ELLIPSIS
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Pages: 51-57
Author: V. I. Karasik
Absract: The article deals with aphorisms as manifestation of creative communicative behavior. Genre peculiarities of aphorisms by Stanislaw Jerzy Lec are discussed, among them positional refocusing, register downgrading, cliche destruction, syllogistical gap. Specific features of poetic reflection in aphoristic texts are commented upon including making a new symbolic image, constructing a contextual antithesis, regarding a situation from a philosophical and artistic point of view, simultaneous actualization of several meanings and using allusions which are important for the author.
Keywords: APHORISM, , POETIC REFLECTION, SYMBOLIC IMAGE, GENRE CANON, COMMENTARY
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Pages: 58-61
Author: O. P. Yermakova
Absract: An assertion is made in the paper that when expressing the modal and restrictive meaning such words as по-моему (to my mind) remain adverbs as opposed to dictionary interpretations
Keywords: DICTIONARY, GRAMMAR, MODALITY, ADVERB, ФУНКЦИЯ, FUNCTION
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