No 4 (2013)

Articles
Intertextuality in the stories by Alexei Varlamov
Meskin V.A., Ratnikova V.V.
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The article deals with the problem of intertextuality in the stories by Alexej Varlamov. The authors provide two meanings of intertextuality as an author’s strategy or style, shaping of a text meaning by another text and the intertextual view of literature critizism. V. Meskin, V. Ratnikova reveal references to the Pushkin’s fairytale “Skazka o care Saltane” and to the intellectual novel “Igra v biser” (“ Das Glasperlenspiel“) written by Hesse in the story “Zdravstvuj, knjaz'!” written by Varlamov.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):5-14
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The literary discourse of Russian history in Dmitry Galkovsky’s novel “The infinite deadlock”
Zolotukhina O.I.
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The article is devoted to the problem of reading and understanding History as a literary text in Dmitry Galkovsky’s novel “The Infinite Deadlock”. The main attention is paid to the mobility of the boundaries between historical fact and literary text. The study reveals the interaction of historical and aesthetic elements in the versions of Russian History presented in the novel.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):15-22
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About religious sources of V. Khlebnikov’s poem “Angels”
Evdokimova L.V.
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The article presents new arguments supporting the value of the “Cherubic Hymn” and the early Christian book “Pistis Sophia” as possible sources of V. Khlebnikov’s poem “Angels”. Thus, grammatical rhymes in the poem are associated with the Christian prayer, and the sound texture is correlated with the Gnostic spells. The author first draws a parallel between the images of the angels in the apocryphal Book of Enoch and Khlebnikov’s poem.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):23-29
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“Elusive” Narration in the Novel of Dmitry A. Pirogov “Renat and the Dragon”
Romanovskaya O.E.
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The article dwells on originality of Dmitry A. Pirogov’s novel “Renat and the Dragon” with a special attention paid to the research of narrate characterized by fragmentariness, incompleteness and flickering ambiguity. The author singles out main devices of elusive narration: change of author’s identities, introduction of unreliable narrator, variability and switching to hero’s viewpoint. The author comes to the conclusion that the main principles of the novel are metaliterary character as a distinctive feature of conceptual poetics and activation of reader’s co-creation.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):30-36
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Art reality models in M. Bulgakov's prose of 1920-th years and of their creation the principles
Golubovich N.V.
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Article is devoted to identification of specifics, in art reality models created by M. Bulgakov in the 1920s, with use of the fantasy. The author shows that the fantasy sets formal parameters and ideological contents, for the art models of reality created by the author, and has basic value in the expression of the sense of these stories. However, superiority of the satirical purpose indicates domination of satirical convention type and its basic function in the “Moscow” stories.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):37-44
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Carnivalesque of images of children and adults in screenwriting of Ilya Nusinov and Semion Lungin (based on the screenplays “Bez strakha i upreka”, “Vnimaniye, cherepakha!” and “Telegramma”)
Artemyeva E.A.
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The article finds the connection between the screenplays of Ilya Nusinov and Semion Lungin and the term “carnival”, introduced by M.M. Bakhtin. Finding the carnival features in the plots and images of the screenplays “Bez strakha i upreka”, “Vnimaniye, cherepakha!” and “Telegramma” author concludes that the screenwriters have their own individual conception of the child image and themes of childhood.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):45-49
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Travestying the ecclesiastical canon and hagiographical pattern in Andrey Platonov’s “Gorod gradov”
Aleinikov O.U.
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The paper scrutinizes the peculiarities of travestying some elements of the “Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete” and patterns of the Lives of Saints in Andrey Platonov’s “Gorod Gradov”. An attempt is made at disclosing the creative strategies chosen and implemented by the writer.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):50-57
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Humanism of the New Era and its reflection in udarniks’ writings of the late 1920 — early 1930s
Zavjalova O.S.
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The author analyzes writings of Arts and Crafts Movement leaders, American journalism, publicistic and artistic works of Russian writers of the beginning of the 20 th century. It is shown that at the beginning of the 20 th century humanistic ideas of the Renaissance became relevant once again. Basing on the material of udarniks’ writings influence of these ideas on the development of documentary literature of the late 1920s — 1930s is discussed.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):58-71
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Chinese motifs in a poetical cycle “porcelain pavilion” of N. Gumilev
Solntseva E.G.
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The article analyzes the reception of literary and art traditions in a poetical cycle “China” (“Porcelain pavilion”) of N. Gumilev, its basic motives and composition specifics.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):72-79
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Osorgin’s little and great
Gerasimova M.A.
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The article is devoted to the works of M.A.Osorgin from the position of his own specific cosmism philosophy. We prove that the writer didn’t follow the idea of natural philosophy, which is often attributed to him. He had his own approach, which consists in the vision of the world universality, the equivalence of small and great.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):80-86
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The loyalty of the audience of TV Channel Domashny and instruments of branding
Nelikaeva O.Y.
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In this article we are discussing the loyalty of the audience of TV Channel Domashny and instruments of branding. TV Channel attains the loyalty of television viewers not only by themed programmes but by means of PR and advertising campaings to which CTC Media pays great attention.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):87-91
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Mass communication theory as an open system
Berezin V.M.
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The article elaborates the ways to consider the mass communication theory as an open system including modern trends enriched by national, western and eastern concepts and approaches. Focus is made on national thinkers’ contribution to evolution of views on dialogue communication, on principles of stratagem thinking of oriental philosophers and their application in modern theories of mass communication.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):92-99
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Professional differentiation in network journalism
Prasolova E.V.
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In the given article the requirements to be fulfilled within the journalist’s work in the conditions of the development of the information of the Internet-environment is considered. The conclusion is made that the authors of web-materials have to choose between the universalization and the narrow specialization of the profession. In the first case, journalists and bloggers need legal and editorial support.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):100-105
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Advertising war: the specifics of discourse
Miroshnichenko G.A.
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The article considers the advertising war as a unique phenomenon in the mass communication provides a definition of an advertising war, specifics of the advertising text. Due attention is paid to verbal-visual mechanism of creation of the discourse of advertising wars, linguistic methods of delivering content, description, genre and stylistic peculiarities of advertising product.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):106-111
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Russian periodicals in the beginning of the XX century and its part in the social-political life of the country
Savastenko R.A.
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This article discusses the development of periodicals in the pre-revolutionary Russia in the early XX century. In this historical period is the formation of a new political space, namely the establishment of the State Duma as a new state-legal institution of the legislature. The political struggle was the cause of growth in the number of periodicals, circulation and their geographic distribution, and most importantly, the newspaper has to have more authority than the book.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):112-121
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Peculiarities of realisation of Moscow Government informational policy
Rastorgueva N.E.
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The atricle touches upon the pecularities of formation and implementation of Moscow informational policy.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):122-131
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Pun in context of implicitness
Glagoleva A.V.
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Article is devoted to problems of discredit of image in statements with implicit negative stylistic coloring on the example of public texts of print media. During research of concrete examples the author comes to a conclusion that the implicit form of negative connotations significantly discredits image.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):132-137
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Questions of literature and journalism in the pages of “Bulletin of Surgut State Pedagogical University” (2007—2012)
Razumovskaya O.V.
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RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):138-141
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RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2013;(4):142-143
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