Monograph of Skorodumova L.G. is dedicated to the analysis of historical roots, continuity of traditions, feutures of the development of Mongols narrativ prose of XIX-XX centures, that is based on not only jriental poetics tradition, but also on the European literature. The autor shows the poetics of Mongolian literature, its components like genre, plot, style and artistic means by a lot of exampl of different works and materials.
In this monograph a sea trilogy “To the Ends of the Earth” is regarded in the context of the Western-European art. In particular, it reveals the influence of different world famous works of art on the sea trilogy, the significance of this novel at the end of 20th century and the way the book influences the works of cinematography and literature of the modern epoch.
In this research the emphasis is made on a classical symbol of the Western-European art – the ship that has been revealed in the most successful way in one of the most prominent novels of the last years of the second millennium – in the sea trilogy by William Golding. The ship depicted by the English writer has interwoven various artistic images this or that way connected with the sea, and represents a universal symbol out of a particular time or place.
The most complete biography of the writer and chronology of his works are also given in this monograph.
Das der Migrationproblematik gewidmete Buch besteht aus fünf Teilen. Der erste Abschnitt beschäftigt sich mit den Problemen der Interkulturalität in Soziologie, Pädagogik und Recht. Der zweite Abschnitt beschreibt verschiedene Aspekte sprachlicher Manifestationen des interkulturellen Bewusstseins. Thematisch ist es eine breite Forschungspalette, von der Integrität der "Ich-Position" des Autors in den Migrationsbedingungen bis zu Beschreibungen der Stereotypen, die mit den Begriffen "Migranten" und "Migration" assoziiert sind. Das Thema zu vereinen, um Die Artikel im dritten Abschnitt vereinigt das Thema multikultureller Dialoge in der Musik: verschiedene Ansätze zur musikalischen und ästhetischen Selbst-Identifikation. Der vierte Abschnitt ist der "Roten Gräfin" Sophia Panina gewidmet. Und der letzte Abschnitt betrachtet aktuelle Fragen im Zusammenhang mit der Migration, Sprache und sprachpolitischer Planung.
The study concerns the veneration of saints in the traditional peasant culture of the XIX-early XXI century. and specifically - the legends of the saints, their interaction with literary and folklore tradition. Many literary lives of the saints are based on folklore legends, but sometimes the influence may have the opposite direction: the lives of saints being retold and changed in the oral tradition acquire the characteristics of folklore of legends. In the monograph the mechanisms of legends transformation and functioning are studied, The socio-cultural role and functions of folk legends about saints, their interaction with the literary lives of the saints, as well as a detailed analysis in the ethnographic and historical context of the corps of folklore texts, about the saints Alexander Oshevensky, Cyrill Chelmogorsky, Nil StoLobensky, Nikita Stylites and Irinarkh the Recluse.
The symposium comprises the collection of materials of the second international conference "Ethnic, protonational and national narratives: formation and representation" (Saint Petersburg State University, February, 24-26, 2015). The symposium is dedicated to a variety of narratives and their instrumental capacities in different periods, from the Middle Ages to Contemporary history. Such chronological and geographical scope is due to the possibility of identifying of the universal scenarios of constructing and representing narratives.
The materials of the conference will be of interest to historians, political or social scientists, philologists and scholars of the cultural studies as well as those who are concerned with the issues of ethnicity and and nationalism.