THE ANTHROPONYMIC SYSTEM OF E.A. PROULX’S ACCORDION CRIMES: IDENTIFICATION AND SOCIALIZATION ASPECTS

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The paper studies a literary character as a bearer of a name in the context of anthroponymic transformations by the example of immigrants’ names in E.A. Proulx’s Accordion Crimes . The writer shows that name changes manifest themselves in immigrants’ struggle for their identity and socialization in a foreign language society, and reflect an individual’s intention of becoming a part of a new culture and a new society and changing an immigrant’s perception by others.

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S I Garagulya

Belgorod Shukhov State Technological University

Department of Foreign Languages

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