Nomination as the Way of Identification of a Character in I. Abuzyarov’s Prose

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The study is devoted to the work of the contemporary Russian writer I. Abuzyarov, whose prose reveals the interaction of the traditions of Russian, European and Eastern cultures. This interaction is shown at the level of the world created in works of an image, their subject and composite structure, the existential and subject organization, figurative system, etc. The problem of interaction of different national traditions in an esthetic field of Russian-speaking literature which status causes discussions in modern literary criticism, is up to date. The research is in a context of the ideas of transculturality and productive cultural “hybridism” which are actively developed in foreign and Russian literary criticism. Theoretically significant and not studied in the concrete historical plan aspect - research of the sphere of characters and system of their nominations is chosen. Two main ways of designation of the characters used by the writer which correspond to two concepts of the personality are defined and come from the genre nature of works and the principles of the organization of their subject sphere.


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Venera Rudalevna Amineva

Kazan Federal University

Author for correspondence.
Email: amineva1000@list.ru
18, Kremlyovskaya str., Kazan, 420008, Russian Federation

Doctor in Philology, Associate Professor at the Department of Russian and Foreign Literature

Adelya Nailevna Nabiullina

Kazan Federal University

Email: scar-sky@rambler.ru
18, Kremlyovskaya str., Kazan, 420008, Russian Federation

Post-Graduate Student at the Department of Russian and Foreign Literature

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