Theme and Space: Text-linguistic Studies in Russian and Polish Drama : with an Outline of Text Linguistics
Rodopi, 1 янв. 1996 г. - Всего страниц: 294
Since the appearance of Lotman's Poetics of the Artistic Text (1970) and Universe of the Mind (1990), and Eco's Introduction to Semiotics (1972), the investigation of the working of signs in language, the arts and the sciences has witnessed an ever-increasing impact on our understanding of human culture. In this book an attempt is made at developing a linguistic model for the semiotics of culture, and to apply this to the analysis of a number of Russian and Polish dramatic texts, mostly from the nineteenth-century. In the first five chapters such well known plays as Ostrovskij's The Thunderstorm, Turgenev's A Month in the Country and Gogol's The Inspector-General are discussed, alternatively with Stowacki's Fantazy and some of Fredro's comedies. Special chapters are devoted to the performance of drama, and to some urgent issues concerning the structure of semiotic space. The last and most lengthy chapter presents an outline of so-called text linguistics, here conceived as a variety of case grammar, duely revised for application to the analysis of drama and its non-verbal context. The book addresses itself to readers familiar with Slavic languages and interested in the relation between language and literary themes, and the place of drama in culture.
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Narrative Structure and Raw Material
The Outer Setting in Fantozy
The Motor Theme
Message and Final Situation
The 1nitial Theme in Gorkijs Children of the Sun
The Motor Theme in Gorkijs Children of the Sun
Thematics in Drama
Towards a Semiotics of Fredros Society
The Modal Profile of Lubomir and Flora
B COMMUN1CAT1ON GRAMMAR
DESCR1PT1ON AND CLASS1F1CAT1ON
1dalia 1nstrumental actants action base adverbial agent backgrounded Baroque behaviour Beljaev centre character class markers classemes clause cluster cognitive sphere combination component conflict constituents culture deictic diagram domoj drama EC's eccentric Elena evaluation EXP NOM Experiential expressions Factitive factor Fantazy final situation final theme finite verb Geldhab hero hero's Hoik initial situation initial theme Krecinskij lexemes lexical linguistic Lotman Lubomir main plot marriage message theme Mjollnir modal profile modal relations morpheme motor theme Muromskij narrative structure Nel'kin nominal noun phrase NP VP object Ostrovskij's outer plot outer setting phase plot line plot-line position predicate Protasov Rakitin realised remote goal represented Revizor role semantic material semiosphere semiotic space sentence sign function situation of discourse social speech acts stylistic conditions stylistic type subordination syntactic text-linguistic thematic constructions thematic content tone contour V1ll Vanja verbal whereas Xlestakov
Стр. 7 - There is an unbroken continuity between the far past and the present, for culture is bio-basic—rooted in biological activities. Infra-culture is the term which can be given to behavior that preceded culture but later became elaborated by man into culture as we know it today.