Solntseva N/ St. Sergius of Radonezh and literature of XX century
The paper is devoted to the perception of St. Sergius of Radonezh in the XX century fiction and publicism as well. Statements from letters and diaries are also within the paper. The accent is done on polemics of writers and thinkers of Silver Age and Russian èmigre in respect of relationships between Church and State, correspondence of Christian morality and politics. There were also regarded in the paper the history of works creation, biographic context, source of motives, specific of stile. Following texts were taken as the material: Z. Gippius, S. Esenin, B. Zaitsev, I. Ilyin, A. Kuprin, O. Vysheslavtseva, M. Prishvin, A. Remizov, V. Rozanov, I. Shmelev, S. Frank.
asceticism, nationality, non-resistance to evil,St. Sergius of Radonezh, Sergiev Posad, St. Francis, craziness
Kyulavkova K. Syncretic style, literary and cultural function of A.S. Pushkin short prose
In this review was concluded about the styles interpretation, literary and firstly here was cultural role of the Pushkinʼs short stories from his book «The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin». For this purpose defined socio-cultural and historical context of the epoch, when Pushkin wrote his short stories, after – the performance on the basis of the five short stories from the book and finally the synthetical summary was proposed with the short conclusion about meaning of Pushkin in the development of contemporary prose.
The author thinks that (1) the Pushkinʼs short stories have the syncretic style, using the speech of the others, irony, inter-text, multi-focuses, actualisation (that is the characteristics of contemporary prose), (2) the same that was made by Edgar Poe in American literature, Pushkin made in the russian literature, and (3) the contemporary structure of russian and European short story / novel traces back to the short stories of Pushkin.
Pushkin, «The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin», structure of contemporary russian and European short story / novel
Dolotin K., Krasnykh V. Discourse experimental researches: nformation characterictics and psycholinguistic mapping. Part 1
The results of the quantitative evaluation of discourse information characteristics, which were obtained on the basis of the experimentally measured pulse durations of quasi-segment speech structures of the 16 participants of the film discussion on the TV-show «Zakrytyy pokaz» are presented in the first part of the article.
discourse information model, channel matrix, quasi-segment structure of speech signals, information lost in «communication channel», communicative type of discourse participants’ character, discourse participants rating
Orlova T. Principles of characters and historical situation description in the D.S. Merezhkovskyʼs novel «The 14th of December»
This article analyzes the system of characters of the historic novel Dmitry Merezhkovsky «The 14th of December» in terms of choice of artistic media and tricks that allowed the writer to introduce the participants of this historical event based on his own Weltanschauung, religious principles and morality.
Dmitry Merezhkovsky, «The 14th of December»», historic novel, system of characters, Decembrist uprising, Decembrists and Nikolai I
Communications and Materials
Varbot J. Experience the historical and etymological study of lexical and semantic fields at the seminar on Russian etymologies
The paper presents the interim results and outlines the prospects of studies of lexical-semantic field as a specific component of the linguistic picture of the world. According to the author, etymological-motivational analysis of the field is more preferable, since it gives a possibility to determine the characteristics of objects, phenomena, taking into account the ideas, concepts, singled out by ethnos, ie, the picture of the world as such. Etymological analysis, the author believes, is a necessary component of motivational analysis, because allows you to set the degree of use in various fields the formations of individual etymological nests and relative chronology of motivational models. The combination of etymological-motivational analysis and historical analysis will help determine the degree of stability / variability of motivational models (= ethnic representations) in the history of the language and direction of the semantic development of the etymological nests functioning in this field.
linguistic picture of the world, lexical-semantic field, etymological-motivational analysis of the field, semantic development of the etymological nests functioning in fields, the fields: «multitude» and «similarity», «strength, health / weakness, illness», «fear», «fate, fortune, luck», «madness», «witchcraft», «deception», «misappropriation», «sneer», «slander», «to swear (himself)», «error», «laziness»
Dapcheva Y. Reflection of the value system of the Bulgarians in some semantic-grammatical groups of phraseologisms
The study draws conclusions about the place of the individual qualities of man in the value system of the Bulgarian people, based on semantic features, key components and figurative notions in the anthropomorphic idioms. It also shows an analysis of idioms, denoting man as bearer of 3 groups of qualities – moral and ethical, intellectual and behavioral.
anthropomorphic idioms, phraseological depiction of values, moral qualities, intellectual features, behavioral qualities
Yakushkina E. The contribution of V.P. Gudkov in Serbocroatistics and Slavistics
V.P. Gudkov for 50 years has lectured Serbocroatistics at Lomonosov Moscow State University. His scientific studies concern four main questions: history of literary language in Serbia in XVIII century, serbian and croation morphology, serbian-russian lexicography and lexicographic critique, history of Slavic philology.
V.P. Gudkov, Serbistics, Croatistics, Slavistics, Serbian language, Croatian language, Slavonic-Serbian language, Serbian and Croatian morphology, Serbian lexicography, history of Slavic philology
Events. Names. Destiny
Kovtun E. Vladimir Pavlovich Gudkov and UMO
The present paper is devoted to Vladimir Pavlovich Goudkov – one of the most authoritative specialists in the sphere of slavonic studies. For many years he was the head of the Department of Slavonic Languages of the Faculty of Philology of Moscow State Lomonosov University. At the same time V.P. Goudkov is depicted not only as an outstanding scholar but also as one of the founders of the so called «UMO» – organization uniting professionals in the sphere of higher education. He managed to create a powerful union of specialists representing both classical and non-classical universities who elaborated the standards of philological education in Russia. V.P.Goudkov's personality is also featured in the paper, and his former colleagues' reminiscences contribute to his prominent portrayal.
V.P. Goudkov, Department of Slavonic Languages of the Faculty of Philology of Lomonosov Moscow State University
International Scientific Conference «The mobile life of truth»: On the 70th anniversary of G.K. Kosikov
The Fourth International Conference «Russian literature of XX–XXI centuries. as a single process (problems in the theory and methodology of the study)»
According to the materials of the Round Table. Speech of A.I. Zhuravleva at the discussion about E.F. Saburovʼs book «School and Liberty» (the publication is prepared by G.V. Zykova and E.N. Penskaya)
The European Biennial of Contemporary Art «Manifesta 10» in Petersburg
The Ace of Diamonds: Solo exhibition of Oleg Tselkova
The great painters of the Renaissance of the Carrara Academy in Bergamo
The great painters of the Renaissance of the Carrara Academy in Bergamo [Rev.]
Rubens, Van Dyck, Jordaens...
Rubens, Van Dyck, Jordaens... [Rev.]
Dmitry Prigov: from the Renaissance to conceptualism and farther
Dmitry Prigov: from the Renaissance to conceptualism and farther [Rev.]
Ganina Natalija. Bondarko N.A. German spiritual prose XIII–XV centuries: language, tradition, text. St. Petersburg: «Nauka», 2014
Domogatskaya E. Petrovskaya N.I. The Broken Mirror: Prose. Memoirs. Critique
Iljina G. The works of scientists of the Faculty of Philology which are published abroad. Sheshken Ala G. Formation and development of the Macedonian literature
Vranesh A. The Collected Works of Desanka Maksimovich. Books. 1–10. Belgrade: The Fund «Desanka Maksimovich»
Scientific Reports of the Philological Faculty. Issue 7.
Remneva M.L. The syntactic system of the Old Church Slavonic language: The history of the formation