Три заметки к комментариям текстов А. Ахматовой
The article deals with the unknown poem of N.I. Yazvitsky that the author wrote in the period of mental disorder. We suggest some methods to work with such texts.
The representation of the First World War in Richard Schaukals „brass sonnets“ served the purposes of the political propaganda. The form of the sonnet, the three-part composition and the use of bombastic metaphors were subordinated to this purpose. Besides, the politicisation of the aesthetics also entails the politicisation of the art what has found her succinct picture in the „brass sonnets“.
One of the particular characteristics of Russian verse is its high level of rhythmic flexibility, attributable to a high frequency of pyrrhic feet. This research attempts to reconstruct how this situation was built on earlier periods of the development of Russian verse. Its results place in doubt the classic notion that the prevalence of pyrrhic feet arose out of the substantial length of the Russian word. A comparison of how the rhythm of iambic tetrameter developed in Dutch, German, and Russian verse shows that the level of metrical flexibility does not depend on the average length of the rhythmic (phonetic) word in a language. The historical conditions surrounding the emergence of syllabotonic verse and the evolution of versification clearly played a decisive role in the prevalence of pyrrhic feet in Russian verse.
The dream as a cultural figuration in Richard Beerhofmann „The death Georg“ permits us to open some row of constants of the modern age in Austria. These constants are Narzissismus, aesthetic perception of the world which stylises of all living to the art object, and disregarding of the social reality. At the example the dream in the work the artistic problems of the modern age are interpreted.
The article contains the contrastive analysis of the ways homeland/motherland is presented in Russian and English poetry. Titles of the poems devoted to their native country become material for this analysis.
This is a collection of essays dedicated to Prof. Helmut Keipert, a famous German slavist, professor emeritus of the University of Bonn; the articles were written on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. The general object of study of the international body of scholars is the history of Slavonic literary languages and Slavonic literary texts. This particular volume unites articles on language contacts and interconnection between Slavonic and non-Slavonic literary traditions.
The book contains the contributions of the 19th annual conference Franz Werfel-StipendiatInnen.
The book contains the contributions of the 18th annual conference Franz Werfel-StipendiatInnen.