The mythopoetics of Yu. Buida’s short story All the Floating by
The interconnection between wedding and funeral themes is considered in the framework of mythopoetical ideas of the identity of life and death. The authors analyse the explicit and implicit language markers of the given meanings and emphasise the multi-tier character of plot and language organization of the short story.
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The mythopoetics of Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel The buried giant
... meanings emerging through the reconsideration of the myth in the mind of the author. I address the problem of defining the genre of the novel, which has not yet received a single identification in the literature. My analysis shows that, in the novel, mythopoetics is a means to create a metaphorical image of reality. The theme of the text and its key motifs are most fully expressed in the complex interactions among links existing within this reality.
1. Владимирова Н. Г. Условность,...
An “exceptional character” in G. G. Byron’s Mazeppa
The analysis of Byron’s poem includes the examination of its mythopoetic images and the testing situation constituting the framework of the plot structure. The author comes to a conclusion about the dominants of Byron’s axiological system.
1. Байрон Дж. Г. Собр. соч. : в 4 т. М., 1981. Т....
The features of proper name semantic structure in N. Kononov short story Mikesha
... и имя в тексте
// Имя текста, имя в тексте: сб. науч. тр. Тверь, 2004.
Поэтика сюжета и жанра. М., 1997.
N. Kononov, myth, mythopoetics, doppelgangers
From a city to the myth (Yu. Buida’s Königsberg)
... романе Ю. Буйды «Кёнигсберг» // Русская литература в ХХ веке: имена, проблемы, культурный диалог. Томск, 2005. Вып. 7. С. 235—254.
Yu. Buida, Königsberg text, narration, mythopoetics
The vegetative code in Nikolai Kononov’s short story “Anastasia’s amnesia”. 1. Look for the roots!
N. Kononov’s short story “Anastasia’s amnesia” is used to study the mythopoetic code forming the basis of the writer’s works. The article considers the semantics of human life as vegetation in its connection to the “life-death”, “young-old”, and “top-bottom” oppositions. The author’s approach consists ...
The house in the plot structure of A. I. Podolinsky’s poem “Borsky”
... словарь : в 2 т. М., 1990. Т. 2. С. 150—152.
13. Энциклопедия символов, знаков, эмблем / авт.-сост. В. Андреева [и др.]. М., 2001.
Romanticism, poem, plot, literary space, mythopoetics.
The mythical-historical images of Bruno Schulz’s ‘Spring’ in the context of Kafka’s mythologism
... Schulz’s short story ‘Spring’ in the context of Franz Kafka’s mythological oeuvre — ‘The Great Wall of China’ and The Trial. The presence of mythical-historical images in their works is a common impulse, which creates a space for versatile mythopoetic interpretations shared by the two authors. The article examines the autonomy and synthesis of myths and history.
1. Toporov, V. N., 2014. History and myths. In: Mifologiya. Stat'i dlya mifologicheskikh entsiklopedii [Mythology. Articles ...
From ekphrasis to autobiography (Nikolay Kononov’s story “Svetotomia”)
... present implicitly in each work of the writer. In this short story, the autobiographical discourse is represented via the painting and photography code. The authors emphasize the significance of the concepts of “life” and “death” and reveal their mythopoetic semantics of cycle and mutual transition. Ekphrastic descriptions are both explicit and implicit in Kononov’s short story. The authors conclude that in “Svetotomia”, the text produces ekphrasis and at the same time, ekphrasis shapes ...
Rock culture and Dyonisianism
... material necessary for its generalization and conceptualization, are faced with the problem of both selecting and developing the basic categories and systematizing approaches to studying rock culture. One of the most efficient and popular approaches is the mythopoetic approach. It serves as a framework for the search for the common ground between the mythological intentions of different rock authors. The article interprets the Dionysian as such ground – a mythological complex and aesthetic category bordering ...
«The images of water» in the structure of oniric spaciopoetics of K. Ishiguro’s novel «The buried giant»
... in modern prose and affecting the foundations of its poetics. Special attention is paid to that kind of changes in the spatio-temporal organization of the text. Its peculiarity in Ishiguro's novel is the artistic synthesis of the surreal elements (mythopoetics, space of memory, the loci of consciousness, intertextual inclusions), which is nominated as oniric space (J. Faryno). It is created along with the images appearing in the process of recollecting in characters’ minds as a result of ...