Propositional structure of the event in the narration

Автор: Milovidov Victor A.

Журнал: Новый филологический вестник @slovorggu

Рубрика: Теория литературы

Статья в выпуске: 1 (52), 2020 года.

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Based on a number of linguistic concepts: the theory of prediction (E.V. Paducheva, S.D. Katznelson), the concept of existential discourse (V.I. Karasik), and also the theory of macroposition (T. van Dijk), the article proves the specifics of events of storytelling “and” events of which it is told (M. Bakhtin) in the narrative text. It is shown that crossing the border of the “semantic field” (“prohibiting border”), about which, as an indispensable attribute of the event, wrote Yu.M. Lotman, can be carried out both by an actant of narration, and by actant of communication. In the first case, the macro-predictive structure of the event is formed, “about which is told,” which is correlated with the corresponding macro-position (T. van Dijk - V. Kinch) as an aesthetic object. In the second case, the macro-predictive structure of the “story event”, which develops, in particular, in the logic of Lotman's “opposition aesthetics”, connects the emerging text (story) with the previous literary tradition, forming a macro-position of “refusal”. The matter for the analysis of the events of “storytelling” and the event “about which is told” in the article was the novel by Edgar A. Poe “Ligeya” and an episode from the novel by G. Flaubert “Madame Bovary.”


Storytelling event, the event about which is told, predicative structure, macroposition

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IDR: 149127416   |   DOI: 10.24411/2072-9316-2020-00002

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