The intertexteme as an instrument in the past — present — future dialogical space of urbanism practices: an intersemiotic analysis of graffiti and inscriptions in Gdansk and Kaliningrad
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Frame approach to analysing the semantisation of the biblical quasi-anthroponym prodigal son in the language of Russian poetry
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Babenko N. G., Steshenko M. A.
precedent sign, biblical quasi-anthroponym, frame, protoframe, frame approach, slot, semantisation
The mutual similarity of meanings and structures in a literary text
... achieved through amphiboly, or intended ambiguity. Thirdly, there is usually a strong anaphoric link between such fragments and the preceding text, i. e. a link between subjects and/or objects (this does not exclude adjunct-based links). Fourthly, the type ... ... Savchenko. Inflamed soul]. Kharkov, pp. 287—346 (in Russ.).
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Pushkin texts in the description of characters by Dostoevsky and Nabokov
... knight’ ballad, Aglaya is transforming religious discourse into aesthetic and mundane. Pushkin’s St Petersburg text, whose sign is wet snow, creates the space in which contradiction-ridden Hermann (The Queen of Spades) and Dostoevsky’s paradoxalists ... ... issledovaniya [Dostoevsky. Materials and research]. Vol. 3. Leningrad. pp. 54—66 (in Russ.).
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alexander Pushkin, precedent texts, literary hero, self-presentation, self-disclosure
Fedorova, Elena A.