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Title: Аспекти дослідження генологічної природи ліричної прози
Other Titles: Аспекты исследования генологической природы лирической прозы
The Aspects of Researh of Generic Nature of Lyric Prose
Authors: Казанова, Ольга Валеріївна
Казанова, Ольга Валерьевна
Kazanova, Olha V.
Citation: Проблеми сучасного літературознавства = The problems of contemporary literary studies
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Одеський національний університет імені І. І. Мечникова
Keywords: жанр
структура
наративні форми
композиція
нарративные формы
композиция
genre
structure
narrative forms
composition
Series/Report no.: ;Вип.28
Abstract: У статті досліджується специфіка родо-жанрових модифікацій прози в контексті жанрової динаміки, зумовленої ліризацією епічних текстів. Окреслено основні методологічні підходи до вивчення неоднорідних за своєю родо-жанровою природою текстів. Розглянуто композиційну структуру прямого мовлення, особливості прагматики висловлювань, засоби мовленнєво-психологічної характеристики героїв, часопросторову організацію тексту.
В статье исследуется специфика родо-жанровых модификаций прозы в контексте жанровой динамики, обусловленной лиризацией эпических текстов. Определены основные методологические подходы к изучению неоднородных по своей родо-жанровой природе текстов. Рассмотрена композиционная структура прямого высказывания, особенности его прагматики, средств речевой психологической характеристики героев, пространственной организации текста.
The article examines the specificity of progeny generic genre modifications in the context of genre dynamics caused by the lyricalization of epic texts. The main methodological approaches to the study of heterogeneous texts of their generic and genre nature are outlined. The compositional structure of direct speech, peculiarities of pragmatics of utterances, means of speech and psychological characterization of heroes, time-spatial organization of the text are considered. The compositional structure of direct speech, peculiarities of pragmatics of utterances, means of speech and psychological characterization of heroes, time-spatial organization of the text are considered. The basis of similar scientific researches of structural and compositional specifics of lyrical prose is the rethinking of formalist and structural-semiotic literary concepts related to various interpretations of the opposition of poetic expression and epic narrative. Тhe actual problem is the search for new forms of artistic modeling of reality, the need to change the stereotypes of artistic consciousness, which first of all turned out to be a combination of genres, styles, different arts, etc. The interaction of epic and lyrical components for the transitional literature becomes decisive in the process of modernizing artistic forms, leveling realistic canons. In many of his writings, modernist writers did not resort to the narrative structure of the text, but focused on internal conflict, monotony of heroes, mood changes, psychological states. Gradually disappeared elements of writing and ethnographic descriptions, which resulted in significant structural changes in the text, the emergence of new ways of artistic expression. Тhe most modern literary exploration of the features of the narrative in lyrical prose is carried out from the perspective of the study of typical models of narrative situations, which are associated with the specifics of subject-object relations in the text, the functioning of narrative instances and the discovery of the author’s consciousness, the prospect of reproduction of events, the use of chronotopic factors, which influence the formation of the corresponding reader’s perception.
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/25008
Other Identifiers: DOI: https://doi.org/10.18524/2312–6809.2019.28.165831
УДК 821.161.2
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