Three centuries of Russian poetry: On the intertextual field of N. Kononov’s story
This article considers the correlation between N. Kononov’s short story and the literary pretexts. It is stressed that the intertextual poetics of the short story is shaped by the patterns of the author’s poetical world. The citation and allusion field of the short story is analysed as a component of the literary whole fulfilling original meaning-generating functions. The article analyses the complex of intertextual connections between N. Kononov’s short story and the works ...
Kononov’s “Tripartite Sibling”: Prerequisites for intertextuality
This article considers the correlation between N. Kononov’s short story and the literary pretexts. The authors stresses the connection between N. Kononov’s citation writing and the postmodernism worldview and literary strategies of postmodernism. The short story’s intertextual poetics is determined by the patterns of the author’s literary world. The identifies the structural and functional features of ...
Borrowed speech in a written text
This article focuses on the problem of forms of including borrowed speech into a written text. The author corrects the established interpretation of direct speech, gives a detailed description of citation as a syntactic phenomenon, and offers its classification.
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Centres for the generation of scientific publications of the international level in the regions of Russia
... ISSI’19: 17th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Rome, 2019. P. 631—642.
Peker I. Yu.
geography of knowledge, geography of scientific knowledge, spatial scientometrics, publication activity, knowledge generation, abstract and citation database
Communicative and pragmatic nature of intertextuality in English political discourse
The article discusses the communicative and pragmatic nature of intertextuality in political discourse, realized by different intertextual inclusions: allusions perform thematic functions in utterances specifying the thematic line in discourse while citations and phraseological units are used to form rhematic progressions, the aim of which is to provide new information about the theme. The theme-rheme sequence contributes to textual coherence; it facilitates a better understanding of the text and ...