Дактилическая клаузула в лирике начала XX века
The article deals with the folklore and mythological plan in the Marshak's story in verse "Mister Twister"
Collected Papers in Honor of the 60th Anniversary of Yury B. Orlitsky.
The collection was published on the results of the First International Conference "Art world Bella Akhmadulina" dedicated to its 75th anniversary. The conference was held in Moscow on April 11, 1962.
This article discusses the use of the dactylic endings in the Russian poetry in the first quarter of the XX century. I examine into the texts of nine authors: N. Aseev, A. Akhmatova, K. Balmont, N. Gumilev, N. Klyuev, O. Mandelstam, S. Parnok, B. Pasternak, and I. Severyanin. The frequency of using the dactylic endings in these texts is given and analyzed through the special tables. This article is focused on the study of two particular questions: what parts of speech are used in the dactylic rhymes, and what grammatical forms do these parts of speech have. The results of this research show that the dactylic ending is an important feature of the author’s poetic language and a significant parameter that characterizes the era in general.
This paper examines verb forms at the end of lines in poetry of Osip Mandelstam and Boris Pasternak. It is thoroughly explored how the position at the end of a line determines the choice of a verb form and, more importantly, how morphological characteristics of a verb form depend on the position of the last stressed syllable in a verse.