Outside of all dimension: the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics
The article explores the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics as a unity of stable figurative series and typical strategies of poetic language. Confirmation-overcoming of the borders of I is an existential conflict, which is one of the most important constants of Yegor Letov's personal poetic ontology.
The text in the context of the Tartu Semiotic School: problems and prospects
... several sign systems. Secondly, there was an idea of the activity, memory, and responsibility of the text. The two major lines of research within the TMS developed accordingly. The first one focused on polysemiotic systems and mechanisms: the theory of poetic language, translation theory, and intersemiotic interactions in various fields of biosemiotics. The second one explored interactions between the text and the discourse, the semiotics of history, ideology, etc.
Baevskii, V. S. 1994. Kommentarii....
Verbal aggression in modern poetry: conventional and unconventional functioning of discourse markers
The article examines the specifics of speech aggression in poetic communication. Special attention is paid to the unconventional functioning of discourse markers of aggression. The aim of the study is to analyse aggressive verbal behaviour in poetic communication and identify distinctive characteristics of ...
In the corridor of moving spaces: On the poetic topology of M. Tsvetaeva's cycle Table
The poetics of the image of space in M. Tsvetaeva's cycle "Table" is considered in the context of her fictional world image. The author traces the spatial-poetical representation of the topic of poetry in the cycle.
OPOIAZ and Bakhtin: the Decision Science’s perspective
... I will exploit only in a limited manner—as it applies to particular views on literary production. My paper deals with the theories of Viktor Shklovsky and Iurii Tynianov outlining how these two members of the Petersburg “Society for the Study of Poetic Language”(OPOIAZ) conceived of the writer as a rational agent pursuing a specific goal, and of the means at his/her disposal to attain it. Their approaches, I will illustrate, correspond well to two specific types of rationality: “instrumental” ...
Literary communication: from semiotic models to a theory of linguistic aesthetics
... literary communication as one of the types of linguistic communication. The main objective is to develop a linguo-aesthetic model of literary communication based on the models of the sign, semiosis and communication adopted in linguistics, semiotics and poetics. The author employs semiotic methods of modelling the sign and communication, developed in the works of Frege, Peirce, Shpet, Mukařovsky, Jakobson, Lotman, Eco, Novikov, and Zolyan. The emphasis is laid on the models of the sign and the corresponding ...
The ‘Russian Poetic Speech — 2016’ Project as a Cultural Narrative of Modern Russian Poetry
This article presents a methodological description of the ‘Russian Poetic Speech — 2016’ narrative project aimed to identify, demonstrate, and study a cross-section of modern Russian poetry. The author addresses the foundations of the narrative project, its ideology, as well as its publication and promotion components....
The problem of poets’ “testimony” (Z/K or vivisection. The book of proceedings by M. Zolotonosov and M. Kononov)
... Kononov Z/K or Vivisection. The book proceedings. The author analyses the issues of possibility/ impossibility of a constructive dialogue between a critic and a poet, the cognoscibility/incognoscibility of poetry, the interpretation and understanding of poetic texts, etc.
1. Золотоносов М., Кононов Н. З/К, или Вивисекция. Книга протоколов. СПб., 2002.
poem, poetic texts, poetics, author, reader, understanding, interpretation
Experiences in translation: the text as a pattern, the pattern as a text
... with its textual realizations, provided the latter are very similar at the prototype or model level. Therefore, the relationship between the pattern and a resultant text is isomorphic to the relationship between language and speech. Our analysis of poetic texts by Andrey Monastyrsky and Dmitri Prigov demonstrates the possibilities of studying a text as the realization of a pattern from the perspective of various literary strategies adopted by authors.
Zholkovskii, A. K., Shcheglov, Yu. K.,...
Mapping Poetic Bilingualism in Europe: Language Contacts and Cultural Transfers
... linguistic spaces at the same time and thus making transfers across the boundaries of different languages easier, more efficient, and more conscious, multilingual poets serve as exemplary agents of cultural transfer. This study analyses different cases of poetic multilingualism where poets who can speak and write freely in two or more languages and intentionally create either variants of the same text in two languages or different poems in two separate languages. The author outlines a geographical map,...
Images of Paradise in the Russian Poetry of the End of the 20th Century
The article deals with the concept of Paradise and its figurative representations inherent in the poetic generation of the 1980-2000s. The study is based on the material of the poetry of Russian meta-realists — A. Parshchikov, I. Zhdanov, A. Eremenko, A. Dragomoschenko, V. Aristov, S. Soloviev, Ye. Danin, and N. Iskrenko, a member of the Moscow ...
A philosophical framework for presenting novelty in a poetic text
... apparent novelty. One must explore the current practices of hedging against the new in the light of the philosophy of the text and in the context of the need to reconsider methods for studying the language of poetry. The possibility to decipher a poetic text is not embedded in it as an algorithm. The linguistic strategy of resisting the contemporary despotism of creativity results in the growing idiomaticity of both individual fragments of a poetic text and a text as a whole.
The resurrection of poetics from the spirit of rhetoric: the practices of formalism
This article focuses on the influence of rhetorical tradition on the development of categorical framework of Russian Formalism. The author proves that formalism borrows the idea of the poetical from the “deviation” from rhetorical theories.
1. Аверинцев С. С. Античная риторика и судьбы античного рационализма //Аверинцев С. С. Образ античности. СПб....
The conceptualization of light and colour as a means to express the perceptive dominant in a poetic text (on the basis of the poetry of A. Blok and M. Voloshin)
This article analyses the functioning of colour naming in a poetical text. The authors identify the features of its semantic and aesthetical implementation, as well as their role in the structure of poetic images.
1. Алимпиева Р. В. Способы реализации концепта прекрасный ...
Hybrid texts as a form of interaction between avant-garde artistic and political discourses
... on the interaction between avant-garde art and political discourses, which have been in close contact since the 20th century and have common typological features. The main methods used in this study are the linguistic pragmatic method, the linguistic poetic method, and discourse analysis. The article proposes a definition of hybridization and hybrid texts while distinguishing between the linguistic, genre, multimodal, and multimedia types of hybridization. Special cases of language hybrids are onomatopoeic ...
Grammatical aspects of depersonalization in Yegor Letov's idiostyle
The article discusses several strategies of Egor Letov’s idiostyle associated with his subjective position, which is expressed in a literary text. The authors analyze some models of Letov’s poetic syntax — subject-predicate relations and the prevalence of infinitives. The article describes certain constants of the Egor Letov’s poetic model of the world, characterizing the position of the author’s «I» in the world.
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Poetics of the genre of espionage dilogy by S. Pesetsky
Researching the poetics of S. Pesetsky's novels "The Fifth Stage" and "Equal to The Gods of Night" the author disputes the traditional idea of them as belonging to the genre of adventure. The narrative structure of the works, their composition, motive ...
J. Andrzejewski's diary From One Day to Another: The poetics of an "unfinished work"
This article emphasises the significance of the diary genre in Jerzy Andrzejewski's prosaic experiments of the 1970s. The author considers the poetics of Andrzejewski's "literary diary" From One Day to Another and unfinished novel of diary "genesis" Hundred Years Ago and Now.
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Mineralogical colour-denotings as the means of the author’s perception in the world poetic picture of M. Voloshin
Based on M. Voloshin’s poetic texts, the specificity of mineralogical colour-denotings functioning is considered as the means of the author’s perception;the semantic-aesthetic peculiarities of these lexemes realization are revealed;their role in the structuring of poetic ...
The ‘Faust zone’ in the works of Goethe and Pushkin
This article considers the ‘Faustian motif’ in Pushkin’s life and work. The problem of the ‘Faust zone’ in history is emphasised in the context of compari-son of different ideological and poetic interpretations of the Faustian archetype in the works of Goethe and Pushkin. It is concluded that Pushkin’s poetic ge-nius is Christian in its essence and related to the key characteristics of the Rus¬sian national identity.
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Anagrams in the discourse of baroque ‘tacit theology’: The case of the Königsberg poetic circle of the 17th century
The problem of anagrams is linked to the paradigm secret of baroque poetry. It is shown that the essence of this poetry is a special type of poetic mimesis reflecting the existential and ontological fracture of being, which manifests itself in the lyrical persona of the poetic subject. Anagrams of the names of 17th century Königsberg poets – Simon Dach, Robert Roberthin, and Andreas Adersbach ...
Philosophical Discourse and the Conceptualisation of Word Formation
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10. Fateeva, N. A., 2006. Otkrytaya struktura: O poeticheskom yazyke i tekste rubezha ...
The phenomenology of Pushkin’s ‘universal sympathy (based on ‘Аscene from ‘Faust’, ‘The feast in the time of plague’, and ‘the Wanderer’)
... general cultural problem of fundamental ontological predicates, which determined the main cultural codes of the literary worlds reflected in the poet’s oeuvre. The methodological approach is based on Valentin Nepomnyashchiy’s concept of the poetic momentum of Pushkin’s literary work, which is always in the stress field between the Christmas and Easter meta-codes. This field dictates the solution to the main Christian problem of correlations in the dialogue between God and the human being....
On the function of biblical anthroponyms David and Goliath in poetic texts of A. I. Polezhaeva and V. Ya. Bryusova
The author studies lexical dominants of the vocabulary of precedent biblical anthroponyms David and Goliath in the biblical texts and poetic texts based on the Bible. It is shown that the precedent name in the poetic text becomes a means of expressing the author’s assessment of the depicted. Changes are revealed in the semantics of images resulting from the author’s individual assessment ...
Proper name-based poetic neologisms: A functional and semantic analysis
This article focuses on the interpretation of occasionalisms motivated by proper names through references to background knowledge, and cultural and historical context as presented in the poetical works of 20th century poets (V. Khlebnikov, V. Mayakovsky, etc.). The author addresses the problem of the lexicographical description of these lexical units.
1. Барковская Н. Стихотворение Велимира Хлебникова ...
Frame approach to analysing the semantisation of the biblical quasi-anthroponym prodigal son in the language of Russian poetry
This article describes ways to semanticise the biblical quasi-anthroponym ‘prodigal son’ in a poetic text, using the frame approach as a means of cognitive modelling and description. This approach helps to identify and characterise meaning construction mechanisms in a precedent onomastic sign, which conveys the conceptual meanings of the biblical ...
The biblical anthoponyms Jospeh the All-comely and Mary Magdelene in Marina Tsvetaeva’s poetic interpretation
... aspects of the precedent biblical anthroponyms Jospeh the All-comely and Mary Magdalene as units of Marina Tsvetaeva’s personosphere. The author characterizes the text formation and pragmatic functions of the mentioned anthroponyms in Tsevtaeva’s poetic text. The role of cultural contexts in the formation of the informative and associative field of anthropoetonyms.
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Intermedial text modelling: D. Lodge. Nice Work
... M. Lotman’s concept of polyglotism and M. M. Bakhtin’s and R. Bar-thes’s text theories. A specific feature of D. Lodge’s novel is the visuality of the world of literary images created using special literary techniques. The novel’s picture poetics emphasises picturesqueness as a generalising feature. The poetic role of the intermedial techniques – portrait and self-portrait, semiotics-enriched landscape, and genre episode – is identified in the visual ima-gery of the novel.
On the Pushkin text in the poetry of Perestroika
This article is devoted to Perestroika poets referring to the Pushkin text as a ‘tuning fork’ in reconfiguring poetics. The study aims to show that, in this case, intertextual connection create a special text-within-a-text. The corpus, intertextual, and compositional methods are used to analyse Pushkin-invoking texts by Yuri Arabov, Vladimir Druk, Timur Kibirov,...
‘The Word, an Ulcer…’: Aleksey Chicherin’s semiotic utopia
... XXII, pp. 51—62.
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The typology of poetical neologisms of the late 20th/early 21st centuries
This article considers phonetic, lexical, grammatical, syntactical and stylistic poetic neologisms relevant to the language of contemporary poetry from the functional-semantic aspect.
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Traditional Structures in Contemporary Chinese Poetry
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Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
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Syntactical means conveying the conceptual meaning of the poem Boring and sad by M. Yu. Lermontov: Article 1
This article considers the structural and semantic features of the M. Yu. Lermontov's poetic syntax and determines the role of mononuclear sentences in the formation of the general sense of the poem.
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Sergiusz Piasecki’s The Tower of Babel: the poetics of the genre
This article considers the genre poetics of the novels by the Polish writer of Belarusian descent, Sergiusz Piasecki. The authors identify the features of artistic incarnation of the actual autobiographical material, the genre forming role of Belarusian and Russian substrata, the influence ...
Brothers “in the fifth season of the year, the sixth sense and the fourth dimension”: the space of heaven in the poetical world of M. Tsvetaeva
The space of heaven in the poetic world of M. Tsvetaeva is considered as a hierarchically and semantically complex space structure. The author identifies the specific features of the heaven spacium levels and describes the three main tiers of heaven, namely, the entry to heaven,...
Prose miniature in the works of N. M. Karamzin
The article discusses some exercises of N. M. Karamzin, the first great Russian writer who worked in the prosaic miniature`s form, a short text which we compare to a poetic one. In the Russian tradition the prosaic miniature developed primarily in journals and magazines. Translations, sometimes fragmentary, from European languages, of both poetic and prosaic texts became one of the main sources of the Russian prosaic ...
THE HISTORY OF SEMIOTICS AND POETICS
The word in a poetic text
The word in poetic text
The word and its poetical function
On the poetics of literature genres
The poetics of Nikoli Kononov’s prose
On the poetics of literary genres
Nikolai Kononov’s poetics of prose
Poetics of literary genres
The “art of error” in Russian avant-gardism
This article asserts that Russian avant-gardism translated the antirhetorical in the rhetorical having codified “error” as a poetic device. This phenomenon is considered in the framework of A. Kruchenykh’s theory of shift.
Античная риторика как система //
Об античной поэзии: ...
Schliesslich will man ja Kunst schaffen. Daniel Kehlmanns humoristische Poetik («Finally, there is a need to create art»: Daniel Kehlmann’s humoristic poetics)
... ‘ironic’ and thus put on a par with works following Friedrich Schlegel’s tradition of Romanticism. It would be more accurate to speak of ‘humour’ in the context of Schopenhauer’s philosophy of pessimism characteristic of the 19th century poetic realism. The central element is not nurturing ennui resulting from awareness of the con-trast between the ideal and reality, but rather cheerful disposition (consola-tion) in the face of reality.
Kehlmann’s world-famous novel Measuring the World ...
A literary image as a cognitive phenomenon
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The space "in the text"/"between texts"/"as a text" of Russian avant-gardism
This article considers the space as a means of the trans(de)formation of the material structure of the text in the analytical poetics of Russian avant-gardism. The author claims that, in Russian avant-gardism, the space acquires the function of a semantic operator.
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