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|Title:||Principles for encyclopaedic approach to analysis of autodescription in creative writing|
|Authors:||Khodus, V. P.|
Ходус, В. П.
Ezhova, E. N.
Ежова, Е. Н.
Lepilkina, O. I.
Лепилкина, О. И.
|Keywords:||Autodescription;Discourse;Text;Principle of complementarity|
|Publisher:||MODERN JOURNAL LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS|
|Citation:||Khodus, V; Nurgali, KR ; Yezhova, EN; Lepilkina, OI; Izotova, NV. Principles for encyclopaedic approach to analysis of autodescription in creative writing // MODERN JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS. - 2018. - Volume 8. - Issue 3. - Pages 271 - 278|
|Series/Report no.:||MODERN JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS|
|Abstract:||The search for adequate ways of studying the language of literary works, including the analysis of a writer's individual style, is one of the main issues in the contemporary textual studies. Comprehension of the poetic system is possible by addressing the statements of the author about the language, which allows us to take a step closer to understanding the original - author's - code. The complementarity in the system of the language of a literary work is its objective property, which makes it possible to apply this principle, being common for all spheres of human knowledge but manifesting itself in different ways in science and art, and, certainly, in autodescription, where art, science, philosophy and their various paradigms are in complementary relations. In this article we use a method of discourse analysis in a text-oriented form, combining three traditional approaches: a detailed linguistic analysis of the text; an analysis of discursive practices; an interpretive tradition, in which everyday life is seen as a product of actions of the people who follow a set of shared rules and procedures at the level of "common sense", and in imaginary worlds as well|
|Appears in Collections:||Статьи, проиндексированные в SCOPUS, WOS|
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