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Филология

Publication date: 17.05.2018
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Lyamina Anastasiia Gennadevna , студентка
Ganzhara Olga Anatolevna , candidate of philological sciences , преподаватель
Institute of Humanities of FSAEI of HPE "North-Caucasus Federal University" , Ставропольский край

«Artistic means of expressiveness used in dialogues to describe colloquial speech in the works of Bernhard Schlink»

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This article deals with the problem of describing the dialogical speech within the framework of the work of Bernhard Schlink, attention is paid to the linguistic elements used to transmit communicative acts and to the authors' goals aimed at the realization of creative intent. The purpose of the work is to consider the features of the transmission of live, real speech in the works of Bernhard Schlink. The work is of a survey nature. It provides examples of the author's use of phonetic, lexical and syntactic elements of the language, which contribute to the creation of a real dialogical speech between the characters. It was revealed that the description of communal acts in the works of Bernhard Schlink is characterized by a tendency to a strong emotional impact on the reader, the use of means of various linguistic levels responds to the author's desire to differentiate the text of the work in a stylistic way. From the lexical point of view Schlink resorts to the use of various kinds of colloquial elements of the language or units of low style, here are used phraseological units, modal particles, interjections, etc. From the syntactic side, the author uses incomplete sentences, free word order and etc. In the phonetic plan, the author shortens words, deafens them, as this happens during a real communicative act. The use of colloquial elements in the works allows the author to diversify the text stylistically and makes it more interesting for the reader, which is confirmed by the fact that Bernhard Schlink belongs to the most popular German writers of the day.