Reminiscences of Russian culture in A. S. Byatt’s novel The Children’s Book
... mythologization and demythologization of the image of Russia, and stresses the fact, that the fictional (Tatarinov) and real (Stepnyak, Kropotkin) images of Russian anarchists are given in the perception of the British. The author comes to the conclusion that the reminiscences of Russian culture do not so much support the national myth as they reveal the state of European culture on the eve of the First World War. The author focuses on the references to the Russian tomb (Raca or reliquary) at the beginning of ...
The archetypal space of the palace in E. Zola’s novel «The Ladiesʼ Paradise»
... makes it possible to free the study of the text from the need to take into account polemic statements and aesthetic manifests of the authors. Besides, this approach gives an opportunity to analyze the text as such and to distinguish between historical reminiscences and allusions and archetypical models, as well as between current influences and generally valid archetypes. Special attention is given to the image of the Palace and to its spatial model, which works in the novel as a specific meaning-generating ...
Borrowed speech in a written text
... Философия и социология гуманитарных наук. СПб., 1995.
3. Отин Е. С. Избранные работы. Донецк, 1997.
borrowed speech, citation, direct speech, free indirect speech, indirect speech, reminiscence.
Adrian the Undertaker (the subtexts and pretexts of Nikolai Kononov’s novel The Flaneur)
This article examines the multilanguage anagrammatic code of N. Kononov’s novel Flaneur. The authors offer an interpretation of the epigraph to the novel and identify a number of antiquity reminiscence in the text. The article focuses on the parallels between A.S. Pushkin’s short story “The Undertaker” and the novel Flaneur.
1. Властелины Рима. Биографии римских императоров от Адриана ...
Explication of autobiographical memories in Herman Hesse’s short stories
... // Ibid. S. 233—282.
13. Hesse H. Eugen Siegel // Ibid. S. 56—64.
14. Karell V., Keh H. Geschichte der deutschen Literatur. Bamberg, 1974.
Bondareva L. M.
autobiographical component, autobiographical texts, reconstruction of the past, memory, reminiscence, obliviscence, metaphor, lexical and grammatical means
The ironic discourse in the works of V. Pyetsukh
... http://magazines.russ.ru/znamia/2007/6/si12.html (дата обращения: 12.12.2013).
14. Шенкман Я. Добро должно быть с прибабахом // Новый мир. 2006.№ 12.
literary studies, postmodernism, V. Pyetsukh, reminiscences, irony, text, author’s impact, history, Russian national character.
Character’s existence in the Königsberg/Kaliningrad toposphere: Yu.N Ivanov’s Dances in the Crematorium and Michael Wieck’s The Decline of Königsberg
... personal and collective responsibility, and the evil of totalitarian regimes and racial hatred. The analysis shows common motifs in the works, those of destiny, desperate situations, ordeals, and suffering. The texts have a similar structure combining reminiscences of the main characters with interactions between the past and the present. However, the two authors approach the problem of the existence of the main characters differently. Ivanov’s character associates the topos of the city with life ...
Cognitive and speech characteristics of an author of a mnemonic text
... representation are shown in the case of the memoirs of the Lithuanian writer B. Sruoga Dievų miškas. The term ‘mnemonic discourse’ is introduced as a linguistic phenomenon connecting texts with the general mental and psychological framework of reminiscence and the system of typological signs and similar stylistic features. The interaction between scientific, historical, and art discourses associated with the creation of a mnemonic text is described. The author pays attention to the textual ...
The philosophy of the text as texts of philosophy
... constructions but to take an open look at the very existence of philosophizing. From such perspectives, philosophy appears not so much a single, monolithic, and strictly ordered system as a ‘system of systems’ that are interrelated, interconnected, and reminiscent of Ludwig Wittgenstein's ‘family of language games’. Philosophy is a universal, ultimate understanding of the world, society, human beings, and their self-determination in this reality. In this interpretation, being in itself appears ...
The text in the context of the Tartu Semiotic School: problems and prospects
... M., 1968. Text and function. In: III Letnyaya shkola po vtorichnym modeliruyushchim sistemam [III Summer School on Secondary Modeling Systems]. Kääriku, 10—20 May 1968. Tartu: TSU. pp. 74—88 (in Russ.).
Mints, Z. G., 1973. The function of reminiscences in the poetics of A. Blok. Trudy po znakovym sistemam [Transactionses on Sign Systems], 6, pp. 387—417 (in Russ.).
Mints, Z. G., 1992. “Forgotten Quote” in the poetics of Russian post—symbolism. Trudy po znakovym sistemam [Transactionses ...
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
... (dinamicheskie protsessy v yazyke i stile zhurnalistiki kontsa XX veka) [Media text in the cultural system (dynamic processes in the language and style of journalism at the end of the 20th century)]. Saint-Petersburg (in Russ.).
Suprun, A. E., 1998. Reminiscences in newspaper texts. In: I. F. Ukhvanova-Shmygova, ed., Metodologiya issledovaniy politicheskogo diskursa: aktual'nyye problemy soderzhatel'nogo analiza obshchestvenno-politicheskikh tekstov [Methodology for the study of political discourse: ...
Kant studies in Königsberg: 1784—1949
... Friends, K. Rosenkranz, J. Schulz, R. Brückmann, O. Schöndörffer, K. Stavenhagen
[text]1. Gulyga, А. V. 1997, Kant [Kant], Мoscow.2. Koroteeva, A. A. ed. 1956, Vospominanija o Markse i Jengel'se [Reminiscences of Marx and Engels], Мoscow.3. Zil'ber, A. S. 2014, Kantovedenie v Kjonigsberge kak istoriko-filosofskaja problema [Kant studies in Königsberg as a problem of history of philosophy], in Molodoj uchjonyj [Young scientist], no. 63, pp. 785—790....