Еще раз об анализе и интерпретации мандельштамовского "Notre Dame"
Edited by: М. В. Боровикова, Л. Д. Зубарев, Т. Н. Степанищева Объединенное гуманитарное издательство Ruthenia.ru, 2013.
Лекманов О. А. Новый мир. 2013. № 8. С. 144-149.
The article is an analysis of one of the greatest poems of Osip Mandelstam.
Added: Nov 17, 2013
Platt K., Polivanov K. M. Literary Studies. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2016. No. WP BRP 14/LS/2016.
The relationship between the individual and historical processes was one of Boris Pasternak’s persistent and central concerns, from his earliest lyrics, to his experiments with long-form poems and prose at mid-career, to his late masterwork, the novel Doktor Zhivago (Doctor Zhivago). Pasternak’s oeuvre poses the questions of what the lyric poet can say about history, and how to say it. Among his earliest, most complex and perhaps least critically understood attempts to answer these questions is the 1920-23 poetic cycle “Bolezn'” (“Illness”). In particular, the third poem of this cycle, “Mozhet stat'sia tak, mozhet inache” (“It can happen like that, or other¬wise”), is among Pasternak’s most dense and enigmatic works. To our mind, it also contains the central keys to reading the cycle “Bolezn'” and to Pasternak’s earliest attempts to make lyric sense of historical experience. The present article is an attempt to read this poem, the cycle that contains it, and through this, the counterintuitive potential of the lyric mode as an instrument for historical thought. Drawing on an examination of the construction of the poem and its web of allusions to Russian and world literature, as well as to the contexts of Pasternak’s biography, as well as recent work on lyric and avant-garde temporality, the article describes “Mozhet stat'sia tak, mozhet inache” as an evocation of the complex fabric of temporal linkages binding Russian culture together at a moment when the temporal sequence itself had been upended in what Pasternak envisioned as a “purga” (“blizzard”) of revolutionary transformation.
Added: Apr 1, 2016
"Объятье в тысячу охватов". Сборник материалов, посвященных памяти Евгения Пастернака и его 90-летию
СПб.: Издательство Русской христианской гуманитарной академии, 2013.
Added: Nov 1, 2013
Polivanov K. M. Literary Studies. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. WP BRP 04/LS/2014.
The paper explores the tight relation between “art” and “immortality” in Boris Pasternak’s author’s ideology on the basis of his new discovered letter to his second wife Zinaida Nikolaevna Neigauz, written in the beginning of 1931. This letter, preserved only in a copy, sheds new light upon one of the most important point of author’s ideology. In this document, Pasternak explains his views on the unacceptability of suicide. The letter is closely related to his autobiographical work Safe Conduct, the final part of which was written soon after the suicide of Vladimir Mayakovsky. It is possible to stretch a line from the letter to the late Pasternak’s novel Doctor Zhivago. The life finals of two protagonists, Yuri Zhivago and his antipode Pavel Antipov-Strelnikov, are compared. The main protagonist dies, leaving behind his poetry. For Pasternak, it is the way of continuation, “life after death”, and the symbol of creative immortality of a poet. On the contrary, Antipov committed suicide, and it was consequential final of his life position.
Added: Dec 19, 2014
Линкова Я. С. В кн.: Русистика и компаративистика: сб. науч. ст: В 2 кн.. Кн. 2: Литературоведение. Вып. VII. М.: МГПУ, 2012. С. 81-92.
The paper studies the relation between the works of O. Mandelstam and the oeuvre of S. Mallarmé in two different aspects. On the one hand, the author follows the Russian poet’s increasingly intimate acquaintance with the poems of the French Symbolist and studies the gradual change of attitude towards his verse. On the other, in analyzing the content of the book “Stone” we can see certain typological correspondences and parallels in treating various themes and motives – such as music, emptiness, artistic creativity. These common features allow some Western scholars to call Mandelstam as “Russian Mallarmé”.
Added: Nov 17, 2013
Уткина Т. И., Мишланова С. Л. Самара: ООО «ИПК «Содружество»; ГОУ ВПО «СамГМУ», 2007.
Added: Dec 15, 2012
Нерлер Павел Новый мир. 2016. № 2. С. 126-152.
An extract from Osip Mandelstam's biography.
Added: Feb 29, 2016
Роль и основные функции цитаты в интерпретирующем тексте (на материале современной немецкой христианской церковной проповеди)
Морозова Е. В. В кн.: Интерпретация текста: ментальное зеркало видения. Вып. 2. Екатеринбург: Уральский государственный педагогический университет, 2010.
Added: Sep 14, 2013
Поливанов К. М. В кн.: От Кибирова до Пушкина. Сборник в честь 60-летия Н.А. Богомолова. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2011. С. 448-455.
Added: Nov 17, 2013
Стилистика и теория языковой коммуникации. Тезисы докладов международной конференции, посвященной 100-летию со дня рождения профессора МГЛУ И.Р. Гальперина
Edited by: Е. Г. Беляевская, С. Андреева М.: Московский государственный лингвистический университет, 2005.
Added: Mar 21, 2013