“Čut’ živye, v noč’ osennjuju / My s ochoty vozvraščaemsja…” Secondary predicate in Nekrasov’s poetic texts
The main aim of the article is to examine the grammatical and stylistic functions of the predicative attribute in the poetic work of Nekrasov. The study contributes to the general ‘grammar of poetry’, which has been proposed and developed by Roman Jakobson. The study shows that Nekrasov often used the predicative attribute and it constitutes one of the specific features of his style. Grammatically extended adjectival, participial ...
On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
... their movement from poetic communications to non-poetic ones. The subjects of the description are emotives — linguistic signs of emotions. The part of the article that deals with poetry interprets emotives in multiple aspects: in the aspect of the grammar of poetic language and in their figurative representation. Within the frames of such grammatical categories as the imperative and subjunctive moods, emotives acquire typologically significant cognitive and semantic characteristics: a drive to ...
B. Pasternak’s “February”: infinitive writing and its translations
Based on a comparison of translations of B. Pasternak’s poem “February”, the author raises the question as to the possibility of preserving the grammar strategies of the original in translation and the degree of stability of “poetry grammar” as a meaning generating mechanism.
1. Гин Я. И. К вопросу о построении поэтики грамматических категорий ...
Generative linguistics by N. Chomsky in the world language study
The article focuses upon the impact of Noam Chomsky’s ideas of generative linguistics on Grammar, Phonology, Semantics, Psycholinguistics, Cognitive Science, Computational Linguistics as well as the role of his theory in the modern paradigm of language knowledge.
Эволюция лингвистических ...
Poetical reduplications in Alexander Vvedensky’s fiction
... prerequisites for perceiving repeated word forms as occasional homonyms, distinguishes the signified behind the signifier, and also problematizes the nature of poetic communication. On the grammatical level, reduplication creates tension between repeated grammar patterns and their lexical realisations, which allows Vvedensky to demonstrate the potential extensibility of syntactic models and make grammatical semantics a compensatory mechanism that fills the semantic void of the poetic utterance. Vvedensky's ...
The frame approach to teaching vocabulary in Russian as a foreign language classes
This article considers the possibilities of using the frame approach to teaching Russian as a foreign language. The author examines the content and structure of the learning frame of “Russian holidays.” The means to organise vocabulary and grammar elements are pre¬sented within a concrete frame model
1. Берков В. П., Беркова А. В., Беркова О. В. Как мы живем. Пособие по страноведению для изучающих русский язык....
Some aspects of time verbalisation in the English and Russian languages
The article focuses upon basic means of the 'time' category explication in the English and Russian lexicon and grammar; special emphasis is laid upon linguistic instantiations of axiological sense.
1. Балашова Л. В. Метафора в диахронии (на материале русского языка XI—XX веков). Саратов, 1998....
Andrej Zaliznjak. Cutting off the unnecessary
... [Grammatical processes and systems in synchrony and diachrony. Theses of reports of the international scientific conference]. 27—29 May 2019. Moscow, Vinogradov Institute of the Russian Language, RAS (in Russ.).
Andrej A. Zaliznjak, structuralism, grammar, predictive models, verification, natural science explanations
Zimmerling, Anton V.
Grammatical aspects of depersonalization in Yegor Letov's idiostyle
... логикой мира»: Егор Летов и Александр Введенский // Александр Введенский в контексте мирового авангарда. М., 2006. С. 238—259.
Chernyakov A., Tsvigun T.
«poetry of grammar», poetic syntax, egocentric poetics, depersonalization, rock poetry
Once in D. Kharms’s narratives
... и когнитивные основания. Вильнюс, 2010. С. 184—194.
10. Шмелева Е. Я., Шмелев А. Д. Русский анекдот: текст и речевой жанр. М., 2002.
narrative analysis, grammar of prose, Russian avant-garde, D. Кharms