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Сюжетно-ситуативний комплекс «поет – інший поет» у семантичній площині вияву української поетологічної лірики XX ст. (Plot and Situational complex «poet-another poet» in the semantic sphere of ukrainian poetic lyrics of the 20th century identification)

Артеменко, Л. (L. Artemenko) (2015) Сюжетно-ситуативний комплекс «поет – інший поет» у семантичній площині вияву української поетологічної лірики XX ст. (Plot and Situational complex «poet-another poet» in the semantic sphere of ukrainian poetic lyrics of the 20th century identification). Наукові записки Національного університету “Острозька академія”. Серія «Філологічна» (Вип.55). pp. 20-24.

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Abstract

Стаття присвячена аналізу художнього феномену української поетологічної лірики. Досліджується специфіка сюжетної організації української поетологічної лірики, її сюжетно-ситуативні комплекси, зокрема мотиви, які тематично окреслюють сюжетно-ситуативний комплекс «поет – інший поет». (This article is dedicated to analysis of the artistic phenomenon of the Ukrainian poetological lyrics, reposing on the author’s reflection or self-reflection concerning one or another aspect of the poetry writing or of the poet personality. The specificity of the plot organization of the Ukrainian poetological lyrics, its plot and situational complex have been analyzed on the basis of the poetological discourse of the Ukrainian poetry of the 20th century. It has been stated that for the Ukrainian poetological lyrics the most inherent is the plot of the subjectified type, based on the certain fabular situation, which nevertheless takes not the form of the well-defined and dynamically developing chain of events. Such plot has the very specific, a kind of «dotted», fragmentary form and is focused on the internally and not externally motivated factors of expression of the eventuality semantic aspects. In this paper, the plot motive is defined as the smallest structural and semantic link of the plot construction and as the established semantic element of the literary and art text. The plot motives appear as reflection of the real-life situations, more or less repeated, typical for the certain separate sphere of the human life activity, as reflection of the models of human relations, emotional impressions etc. In the lyrical composition, one or another motive, modelled by the life, is developed into the situation, with more or less detailed plot, which incurs the artistic transformation and evaluation, according to the author’s ideological and aesthetic convictions. According to the object in view, six main plot and situation complexes of the motives in the Ukrainian poetological lyrics of the 20th century are marked off: 1) poet – supernatural powers; 2) poet – society or its differentiated part; 3) poet – authority; 4) poet – readers; 5) poet – another poet; 6) poet – creative process. In this paper the motives, which topically define the plot and situation complex «poet – another poet», are defined in details. In this plot and situation complex, the emphasis is put on the narrative art-centric poetological motives, reflecting the relations between poets: the exaltation of one poet by another poet; the ideological or aesthetic discrediting of one poet by another one; the motives of the creative studying or preaching; the motives of the intertextual dialogue between poets; the motives of the creative rivalry; the motives of the assertion of belonging to the literary tradition or of the opposition to it.)

Item Type: Article
Corporate Creators: Рівненський державний базовий медичний коледж
Uncontrolled Keywords: Поетологічна лірика, сюжет, фабула, мотив, сюжетно-ситуативний комплекс (Poetological lyrics, plot, fabula, motive, plot and situation complex)
Subjects: by fields of science > General issues of linguistics and literature
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Бібліотекар Галина Цеп'юк
Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2016 19:39
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2016 19:39
URI: http://eprints.oa.edu.ua/id/eprint/4019

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