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Филология

Publication date: 05.08.2020
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Anna N. Poliakova , student
Natalia A. Segal , doctor of philological sciences , associate professor
Taurida Academy FSAEI of HE "V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University" , Крым Респ

«Metaphorization of Nature in Anna Akhmatova's Lyric Poetry»

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The primary goal of this paper is to study of the features of the linguistic representation of nature-related vocabulary in Anna Akhmatova’s lyric poems. The principles of compiling a frequency list of plant names are described, a classification of floristic vocabulary is given, and the lexical and semantic subgroup ‘trees’ is analyzed in detail. The specific features of the poet’s individual vision of floristic vocabulary are revealed, taking into account the author’s imagery explicating plant nominations in the literary text.

Филология и лингвистика (русская литература, фольклористика, журналистика, языкознание, прикладная лингвистика и др)

Publication date: 29.05.2018
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Roman E. Telpov , candidate of philological sciences , доцент
Anna G. Ostryakova , студентка
FSBEI of HE “Pushkin State Russian Language Institute” , Москва г

«Names of members of the Vorontsov-Dashkov dynasty in the context of princely and boyar traditions of naming Ancient Russia»

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In the article the main traditions of the name of the Vorontsov boyars and princes Dashkovs are considered. It is concluded that the development of the name-giving system in the genera of the Dashkovs and Vorontsovs demonstrates, on the one hand, the loss of the ancient naming principles, manifested in the deviation from the tradition of the ban on naming the name of a living relative; on the other hand, they demonstrate the adherence to the traditional principles of naming, which is manifested, first of all, in the preservation of the system of generic names, repeated from generation to generation.