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Text Semantic Field Method as a Possibility of Systemic Approach to the Study of Literary Text: on the Material of the Novel “HOME OF THE GENTRY” by I.S. Turgenev
Na V., Kobylko J.
Individual Graphical Means of Foregrounding in the Literary Text (Cognitive Stylistic Approach)
Dzhusupov N.M.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE SEMIOTIC CATEGORY OF TIME IN A LITERARY TEXT (Based on Novel “The Defector (Nevozvrashchenets)” by A. Kabakov)
Povalko P.Y.
THE FEATURES OF THE USE OF THE REAL AND FICTITIOUS PLACE NAMES IN THE LITERARY TEXTS OF THE LANGUAGES OF DIFFERENT SYSTEMS (AZERBAIJANI AND ENGILISH)
Ganiyeva I.Y.
Semantic Predicate in the Structure of a Literary Text
Kulchitskaya L.G.
K voprosu o filosofii i semiotike khudozhestvennogo teksta
Khimich G.A.
Shedding Some Light on Modulation across Non-Literary and Literary Translation
Bednárová-Gibová K.
Argumentation of the Etiological Text Typology: Defining the problem and the ways to solve it
Valentinova O.I.
Anton Chekhov in the Spanish language: a comparative study of two translations of the short story “THE BET”
Monforte Dupret R.V., Chesnokova O.S.
The construction of figurativeness and a character as an artist in the novels by A. Baricco in the Italian language and Russian translations
Lutero T.
Space and time as the categories of a literary text
Povalko P.Y.
Systematic Study of Lexicon on the Basis of Semantic Field Method
Kornakova E.S.
Findings and Misinterpretations in Translating J. Galsworthy’s Novel “Man of Property” as a Part of “The Forsyte Saga”
Kakzanova E.M.
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