Kalashnikov S.B. CONVERGENCE OF POLITICAL AND POETIC TERMINOLOGY AND SACRALISATION OF A POET IMAGE IN A.S. PUSHKIN’S WORKS IN 1820s

Kalashnikov Sergey Borisovich

Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Literature, Publishing and Literary Creation, Volgograd State University ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )


Abstract: the article is devoted to the issues of implementing political terminology by Pushkin and his contemporaries for the literary process modeling of the epoch. The author proves that the republican form of board becomes the model of the organization of Russian literary criticism, and an absolute monarchy becomes a metaphor of proper Poetry. The convergence of political and poetic terminology which is actualized out by Pushkin and his literary supporters, allows to use signs and symbols of this or that political system as mechanisms of sacralisation of a Poet image.

Key words: Russian literary language, linguistic theories, power, ideology, model, integrity, poetry, sacralisation. 

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