О некоторых возможных проявлениях знакомства Пушкина с материалами "Эдинбургского ежеквартального обозрения"
The article focusses on Ted Hughes' translation of Alexander Pushkin's "Prophet". The comparative analysis of both texts helps to highlight the "Hughesian" element of the english poem and to pin point Hughes' idea of art and artist's purpose.
The article is focused on the texts of the poem ‘Prophet’ written by Alexander Pushkin and its translation made by one of the greatest British poets of the last century Ted Hughes. The main emphasis is placed on the transformations which were created by the translator (intentionally or unintentionally) to show that they were aroused by the specific character of the target language and culture as well as the peculiarities of the epoch and the individual manner characteristic of the poet acting as a translator.
International journal with two numbers a year dedicated to Slavonic and Balcanic investigations with wide range of issues in history, philology etc. from early times till our days.
The article is devoted to the century anniversary of Pushkins death, which was broadly celebrated in the USSR. On the basis of published and archive sources author reveals the content of cultural program, ideological trend of jubilee actions, and the participation of Moscow teenagers in the realization of high authority plans.
Paper put arguments in favor of changinfg in Moscow dynastic situation in 14 th century as a result of plague. Co-ruling olf two duces had formed under the govermen of mitropolit Alexej.
The paper, on the basis of Pushkin's unfinished novel Arap Petra Velikogo, explores some principles of his work on historical prose. Pushkin is interested not in precise matchings, chronological or geographiclal, but in possibility of correspondence between his own ideas and historical material. This possibility results either in transformation of a source, its absorption by the novel, or, on the conrary, in extraction from it of a sign, styleme of a period -- an element linking different levels of the historical narration.