Obolensky J.L. Gypsies in Spain – linguistic and cultural expansion
The article examines the impact of the Romani language in particular and the Roma culture as a whole on the language and culture of Spain. Particular attention is paid to the problem of linguistic expansion, but also introduces interesting information about the original phenomenon of Andalusian culture – flamenco.
mixing of races and cultures at the Iberian Peninsula, the history of the emergence of the Roma in Europe, Roma culture and language and their specificity, the art of flamenco
Dolotin K., Krasnykh V. Discourse experimental researches: nformation characterictics and psycholinguistic mapping. Part 2
Some basic principles of complex analysis of communicative behavior are presented in this part of the article. The analysis in question allows to reveal – through the prism of the text being produced – existence / absence of psychological setting for joint / common activity.
communicative behavior, joint / common activity, text unity
Sorokina V. Prose of the XXI c.: from the experience of reading
The analysis of the modern european literature concerns with the attempt to find out common features in west european and Russian prose of the beginning of the XXI c. Both literatures had many typological signs in the past, both have national peculiarities. At the same time it is evident that after postmodernistic experiment both literatures tend to classic tradition and especial interest to the image of the main personage and the narrative, construction of a plot. The prose became more lyrical and psychologic and turned to a mass reader.
contemporary prose, lyrical prose, novel, «novel freedom», realism, modernism, the avant-garde, postmodernism, construction of plot, the author and the character, specificity of narrative, S. Gandlevsky, Ye. Grishkovets, M. Butov, Z. Prilepin, S. Minaev, P. Sanaev, M. Shishkin, V. Kunin, Ye. Vodolazkin, I. McEwan, T. Parsons, P. Mayle, J. Barnes, J. Wiśniewski, B. Schlink, M. Walser, F. Beigbeder, L. Malerba, G. Koch, L. King, E. Loe, M. Vargas Llosa
Pevak E.A. Alexei Tolstoy and decadence
The author examines the pre-revolutionary works of Aleksei Tolstoy in the context of the trends that dominated in the literary life of the Russia of the 1910s. Emphasis is placed on changes in the «genre politics» that were characterized the works of Russian prose writers, overcoming the influence of aesthetics of symbolism and making an attempt to combine the achievements of symbolistic art with the traditions of Russian realism, in particular in the realization of the thesis of acmeists of the «vershinnyi» («apical») novel.
Alexei Tolstoy, decadence, symbolism, acmeism / adamism, neorealism, impressionism and realism, the journal «Apollon», art and ideology, the aesthetic polemic of 1910s
Faldina M.V. Adverbial intensifiers in tutorials of Russian as a foreign language: the necessity of a multiaspect dictionary of intensity units
The article examines intensifying adverbs as an object of theory and methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language. It analyses the Russian languagetextbooks and tutorials for foreigners as well as functionally oriented linguodidactic dictionaries and determines the primary directions of designing a multiaspect academic dictionary of intensifying units.
intensifying adverbs, educational lexicography, functional-communicative grammar, texbooks and tutorials for Russian as a foreign language, theory and methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language
Communications and Materials
Koleva Kr., Atanasova D.-D. New uses of reflexive verbs in modern Bulgarian literary language – Trend or Non-Standard
This text analyzed the usage of the frequently found neutral impersonal reflexive verb sluchi se // sluchva se (‘to happen’) and its derivates in contemporary Bulgarian language. Apart from their normal use, which is mainly explained by means of the synonymic order in which the verb is dominant, these verbs are often found with (to a certain degree) irregular uses. Their appearance is due to the influence of English language (syntagms with ‘to happen’) and is typical for the journalistic style and political discourse. The influence of this innovation in other language styles (mainly the scientific) poses the question if this phenomenon is just a linguistic fashion or marks a tendency.
modern Bulgarian language, impersonal reflexive verb to happen, innovation, influence, trend, substandard
Pisarek L. From the history of the Polish linguistic Studies
The author presented the survey of the history and current state of Slavic studies (linguistic) at the University of Wroclaw, outlined the main directions of research in linguistics.
history of language, dialectology, onomastics, regulatory issues, the problem of so-called open-linguistics
Ferro M.Ch., Romoli F. Un lexicon slavo ecclesiastico-russo-italiano dei termini religiosi e filosofico-teologici. Presentazione del progetto e primi risultati, con commento degli attributi del diavolo
The paper presents the project of a trilingual (Church Slavonic – Russian – Italian) lexicon of religious and philosophical-theological words, stemming from the observation of an editorial lack.
Religious and philosophical-theological terms used in modern Russian are derived from Church Slavonic, a language that contains many loans and calques from Greek and Latin. Thatʼs why these terms can be correctly understood and translated only through the reconstruction of their origins, semantics and use. General dictionaries often fail to provide satisfactory solutions, since they do not consider the question of correspondence or lack of correspondence in concepts and contexts of reference.
Aiming at compiling a trilingual lexicon, in previous articles the authors analyzed some groups of lexemes. In particular they analyzed some words belonging to agiographical vocabulary and some attributes referred to the three persons of Christian God and to the Mother of God. In the present article they examine nouns and attributes referred to the devil.
religious and philosophical-theological terms, agiographical vocabulary, Church Slavonic – Russian – Italian
Dimitrova M. Grammatical rules in Bulgarian literary language – compliance and violations (based on the material of the mass media)
Review of the codification of grammatical rules of Bulgarian literary language from the last spelling reform of 1945 to the spelling dictionary of 2012 presents the dynamics of the processes. On the material of oral and written official public speech is found that the rule of the long and the short article, the a rule for the ending -м in 1 pers. pl. present tense of the verbs 1-th and 2-th conjugation and the rule of using of reflexive possessive pronoun are accurately respected. The rule of using forms кого, когото, някого, никого isn’t respected in 1/4 of cases. The sustainability of grammatical rules of the modern literary language results from of extensive social basis of the literary language.
Bulgarian literary language, grammatical rules, sustainability
Zlochevskaya A.V. The study of Russian literature in the Czech Republic and Slovakia (1990–2005): Annotated Bibliography
Events. Names. Destiny
Moiseeva V.G. Demon, brownie, writer
The author analyzes the creative destiny of the Russian writer of the second half of XX – beginning of XXI c. V.V. Orlov. The verge of the personality of the main character of his novels were Investigated due to the specific writerʼs worldview.
International Scientific Conference «200th anniversary of the birth of M. Lermontov»
Ђапа-Иветић В. III International Student Festival «Друзья, прекрасен наш союз!» (Belgrade, 15–20 September 2014)
Exhibitions in Paris
Salvador Dali and street art
«Dogs in the living room», Farid Rasul
Tilmann Krieg. Passages
Lifanov K. E. Tibensky Slovak language in the mirror of internal and external relations (Zagreb FF press, 2012, 159 p.)
Dementieva O.Y. M.V. Vsevolodova, O.V. Kukushkina, A.A. Polikarpov. Russian prepositions and prepositional type funds. Materials for the functional-grammatical description of real use. Proc. 1: Introduction into the objective grammar and lexicography of prepositional units of Russian language. Moscow: Knizhnyj dom «LIBROKOM», 2014. 304 p.
Mojsova-Chepishevska V., Mirchevska-Boševa B. Proceedings – Slavic gift for science («Macedonian-Russian linguistic, literary and cultural links». Skopje: Faculty of Philology «Blaze Koneski», 2014. 641 p.)