Vol 73, NO 5 (2014)

Pages: 18-28
Author: A. D. Savina
Absract: Drawing parallels between Dostoevsky and Villiers de l’Isle-Adam is made possible thanks to M. Voloshin’s oeuvre. The article deals with the analogies between Dostoevsky’s characters and personages of Villiers’s drama “Axel”, which Voloshin points out in his critique. Some ideas and images of Voloshin’s poetry, which look back to Dostoevsky’s and Villiers de l’Isle-Adam’s works, are noted. The article also investigates Villiers’s creative rethinking of the chapter “The Grand Inquisitor” of the novel “The Brothers Karamazov”.
Keywords: LITERARY RECEPTION, RUSSIAN-FRENCH LITERARY RELATIONS, THE GRAND INQUISITOR PLOT, SILVER AGE, M. VOLOSHIN'S OEUVRE
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/53/public/53-406-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 70-79
Author: A. D. Koshelev
Absract: In Search of a Concensus (On S.A. Burlak''s Book Review of W.T. Fitch''s “Language Evolution”)
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/59/public/59-309-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 63-69
Author: Ye. N. Panov
Absract: A Reply to a Reviewer
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/58/public/58-308-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 55-62
Author: S. A. Burlak
Absract:
 
Fitch W.T. The Evolution of Language. Translated From English Into Russian by Ye.N. Panov. M.: LRC Publishing House, 2013. 768 p
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/57/public/57-305-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 36-54
Author: O. V. Nikandrova
Absract: This article is devoted to the evolution of Russian literary theory throughout 20th century. Two main aspects of this dynamics the article covers are, on the one hand, the most important schools, namely Russian Formalism, Marxist Literary Criticism and Structuralism; and on the other hand, so-called “out-of-school” literary theory. The latter is considered to be a complicated unity based on common epistemological and ideological research assumptions.
Keywords: RUSSIAN FORMALISM, STRUCTURALISM, MARXIST LITERARY CRITICISM, "OUT-OF-SCHOOL" LITERARY THEORY, METHODOLOGY
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/56/public/56-408-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 29-35
Author: D. K. Polivanova
Absract: This article discusses the use of the dactylic endings in the Russian poetry in the first quarter of the 20 thcentury.There are examined the texts of Nine authors: N. Aseev, A. Akhmatova, K. Balmont, N. Gumilev, N. Klyuev, O. Mandelstam, S. Parnok, B. Pasternak, and I. Severyanin. The frequency of occuring of dactylic endings in these texts has been summed up in special tables and analyzed. This article focuses on two particular questions: ‘What parts of speech are used to form the dactylic rhymes?’ and ‘What grammatical forms do these parts of speech have?’. According to the results of this research, the dactylic ending is a distinguishing feature of an individual poetic language and a significant parameter,which characterizes a historical epoch in general.
Keywords: THE DACTYLIC ENDING, THE DACTYLIC RHYME, LINGUISTIC POETICS
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/55/public/55-407-1-PB.pdf
Pages: 3-17
Author: S. D. Shelov
Absract:

The paper presents various viewpoints on term variants, term synonyms and correlations between them. It is proposed to interpret term variability more widely than it is generally accepted and to take categorial forms of conceivably the same term as its variants. Definitions of the concepts ‘synonymous terms', ‘doublet terms', ‘equivalent terms' and ‘variant terms' are given and relationships between them are analyzed.

Keywords: TERMINOLOGY, VARIANT TERMS, SYNONYMOUS TERMS, EQUIVALENT TERMS, DOUBLET TERMS, CATEGORIAL TERM VARIANT
PDF: http://izv-oifn.ru/articles/54/public/54-405-1-PB.pdf