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Моретти Ф. М.: Издательство Института Гайдара, 2016.
Added: Feb 23, 2016
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Сумбатова Н. Р., Ландер Ю. А. М.: Языки славянской культуры, 2014.

The book describes the Dargwa variety spoken in the village of Tanti (Central Daghestan) and consists of a grammatical sketch and a few chapters devoted to specific aspects of grammar. The variety discussed in the vook shows complex systems of nominal and verbal inflection as well as a number of other non-trivial features. The book includes detailed discussion of the structure of the nominal phrase, the clause structure, agreement  and various other phenomena and also a small corpus of glossed texts as well as lexical information.

Added: Mar 23, 2015
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The book consists of several units covering various aspects of business organisation. The main economic systems, the role of an enterprise as a basic unit of production, the characteristics  of small-scale and large-scale business are considered. Corporation as a form of business organisation with its structure, management and financial aspects of operating is analysed.

Added: Dec 12, 2017
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Баранов А. Н. Языки славянской культуры, 2014.

In the book main notions of descriptor theory of metaphors are discussed. Each example of metaphor usage is described as cortege of significative and denotative descriptors. Quantitative analysis of descriptors of both kinds allows to creature models of metaphorical structures of different discourses and their restricted fragments. In the book conceptual apparatus of descriptive theory is presented as well as case studies – examples of application of conceptual apparatus to concrete language areas, i.e. to political discourse and to restricted discourses (language of Gospels and to novels by A.Platonov).

Added: Oct 20, 2016
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Скиперских А. В. Елец: Елецкий государственный университет им. И.А.Бунина, 2008.
Added: Sep 25, 2014
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Вып. 6: Инновационные проекты в языковом образовании. М.: Издательский дом ГУ-ВШЭ, 2007.
Added: Jul 26, 2012
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Мнацаканьян А. Н. Вып. 7: Современные проблемы лингвистики,теории и практики преподавания ИЯ. М.: Издательский дом ГУ-ВШЭ, 2010.
Added: Feb 20, 2017
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Вдовин А. В. М.: Молодая гвардия, 2017.
Added: Mar 25, 2017
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Edited by: Д. И. Игнатов, М. Ю. Хачай, О. Баринова М.: Национальный открытый университет «ИНТУИТ», 2013.
Added: Jun 3, 2013
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Поливанов К. М. Вып. 33. Тарту: University of Tartu Press, 2015.

The novel Doctor Zhivago, first published in 1957, immediately provoked critical debates that continue to this day, and has been the subject of numerous scholarly studies (C. Barnes, B. Gasparov, P. A. Jensen, A. Lavrov. M. Aucouturier, O. Raevsky-Hughes, I. Smirnov, L. Fleishman, Iu. Shcheglov, A. Khan, and many others). On one hand, Boris Pasternak’s positions (founded on his religious historiosophy) with regard to the events, people and situation that he depicts have formed one of the central topics of critical and scholarly contention. On the other hand, it is the specificity of the novel’s poetics and most centrally of its generic identity, the laws of its organization of novelistic time and problems of the prototypes of its central characters, that have served as objects of debate. It is our contention, however, that the choice of genre (that we have defined as being that of “a historical novel of a new type”) was fundamental for Pasternak and determined the entirety of the novel’s poetics. As we will demonstrate, the author was continuing the tradition of Walter Scott, which had been rejected by other contemporary Soviet authors who described the history of the twentieth century. In taking up work on the novel, Pasternak emphasized many times that he desired to present an image of the course of history of the first half of the twentieth century—the “forty- five-year era,” as he named this period several times in his letters. This dissertation describes the author’s search for a means for the artistic embodiment of contemporary events and his final choice of the “Walter Scott tradition” of historical novel for Doctor Zhivago. In this connection the work includes marked reflections of C. Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities, Pushkin’s The Captain’s Daughter and Dubrovsky, and L. Tolstoi’s War and Peace, as well as sharp polemics with historical works of prose fiction by Pasternak’s contemporaries and with the highly ideologically charged Soviet historiography. Separate consideration will be given to the specific events, situations and names that Pasternak considered it necessary to include in his narrative, presenting in this way his own version of a hierarchy of characteristic phenomena of these decades. The dissertation demonstrates that in Doctor Zhivago history is presented simultaneously as a force, organizing the actions of people and forming their characters and world-views, and also as a chain of events to be understood and made meaningful by the protagonists, and finally as an ineluctable law of human existence that has been reestablished by the force of artistic creation—by the poetry of Iurii Zhivago. At the very foundation of the Zhivago’s poetry lay the ideas of his uncle—the philosopher Vedeniapin, who defines history as an element of the Christian comprehension of the world. The central place of these characters in the novel defines the nature of Pasternak’s techniques with prototypes, by which he embeds into his characters the views, characteristics and fates of various of his contemporaries (A. Bely, A. Blok, D. Samarin, the author himself, and others). We also propose explanation of the work’s many anachronisms, which become a means for communication of the laws of the post-revolutionary period (1917-1943)—a period that “fell” out of history. At the same time we will show how historical time is reestablished in the Epilogue that completes the novel and in the “Poems of Doctor Zhivago.” This dissertation may be characterized as interdisciplinary. In it, the methods of literary- historical and intertextual analysis are applied. The text is examined in relation to social, cultural and historical phenomena of Russia during the first half of the twentieth century.

Added: Apr 28, 2015
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Гусейнов Г. Ч. М.: Российский университет театрального искусства - ГИТИС, 1981.
Added: Mar 29, 2013
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М.: АСТ, 2008.
Added: Nov 5, 2013
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Левченко Я. С. М.: Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2012.

This monograph examines mutual transformations between literature and science in certain texts authored by St. Petersburg Formalists, a literary school that emerged shortly before the Russian Revolution. The author discusses the Formalists' methodological and philosophical origins, the emergence of their collective biography and professional circle of friends, Viktor Shklovsky's literary experiments, and Boris Eichenbaum's intimate prose. The concept of literariness – rather vague and since then abandoned – takes centre stage in the paper as it did in the early work of the Russian Formalists.

Added: Feb 22, 2012