Yegorova I.D. Stylistic Idiosyncrasies of Denis Davydov’s Lyric Poetry
This article explores stylistic idiosyncrasies of Denis Davydov’s lyric poetry. The lyrical hero’s state of mind, or inner sufferings, is largely depicted lexically and syntactically, with the help of metaphors, root repetitions and word repetitions, evoking a wealth of connotations. Research suggests a set of lexical and syntactic devices common for elegiac poems. It includes metaphor, figure of default, syntactic parallelism, slavicisms. Special emphasis is laid on how anaphora, epiphora, alliteration act in the poem’s organization.
D.V. Davydov, lyric poetry, linguistic and stylistic characteristics, stylistic figures, metaphor, alliteration, anaphora, epiphora, figure of default, syntactic parallelism