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СЕМИОСФЕРА НАРРАТОЛОГИИ: ДИАЛОГ ЯЗЫКОВ И КУЛЬТУР
Semiosphere of Narratology: A Dialogue of Languages and Cultures.
Ed. Ludmila Tataru & José Angel García Landa.
Balashov: Nikolayev, 2013.
(I. Semiosphere of Narratology: In Search for a Method. II. Narrative as a Meta-genre of Modern Culture. III. Philosophic and Semiotic Dimensions of the 20th-21st Centuries' Literary Narratives).
The volume features articles of Russian and Western scholars, representing their experience of theorizing on narrative. The diversity of the topics—from arguments and methods of postclassical narratology, the play aspects of culture, narrative strategies, semiotic aspects of literary narratives, the narrativity of mass media and photoblogs to the use of narratives in sociology and pedagogy—would give a summarized picture of the present-day narratology as a meta-discipline operating a variety of languages (codes). The ideological bases, as well as the structural principle of the volume, are based on Yuri M. Lotman's concept of the semiosphere. The volume is addressed to those engaged in literary theory, cultural studies, sociology and narratology in general.
Andersson, Greger. (Örebro U, Sweden). "Postclassical Narratology vs. Poetics: David Herman's 'Hypothetical Focalization' as Test Case." 7-24.
Yegorov, Boris Fedorovich. (St. Petersburg). (Article in Russian: "The Play Aspects of Culture: The Conceptions of Yuri M. Lotman and V. S. Vakhrushev"). 25-36.
Tataru, Ludmila Vladimirovna. (Balashov). "Rhythm as a Category of Lotman's Text Theory and as a Principle of Narrative Discourse." 36-49.
Tyupa, Valerii Igorevich. (Moscow). (Article in Russian: "The Category of Narrative Strategies"). 50-58.
Urusikov, Dmitri Sergeyevich. (Yelets, Russia). (Article in Russian: "The Cognitive Turn in Narratology: The Search for a Method.") 58-68.
Altybayeva, Saulye Magazovna. (Almaty, Kazakhstan). (Article in Russian: "Documentary and Quasidocumentary Narratives of Modern Kazakh Prose.") 69-83.
Bozrikova, Svetlana Aleksyeyevna. (Balashov, Russia). (Article in Russian: "Criminal Story in Journalism: The Typical Traits of Narrative Temporality.") 84-93.
García Landa, José Angel. (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain). "Narrativity of the Photoblog." 93-107.
Roginska, Maria Aleksandrovna. (Krakow, Poland). (Article in Russian: "The Crisis Chronotope of the Transformation Period: The Orthodox Liminal Narrative.") 107-22.
Sládek, Ondrej. (Prague, Czech Republic). "The Use of Narrative in Education." 122-31.
Bessmertnova, Svetlana Vladimirovna. (St. Petersburg). (Article in Russian: "Semiotic Aspects of Bertold Brecht's Drama.") 132-41.
Galutskikh, Irina Anatol'evna. (Zaporozhe, Ukraine). (Article in Russian: "Processes of Semiotization of Corporeality in the Postmodern Period and their Reflection in the Imaginative Space of the Literary Text (A Conceptual Analysis)"). 141-57.
Orobiy, Sergei Pavlovich. (Blagoveschensk, Russia). "'Anything but the Novel': Joyce, Jobs and the Poetics of Flood"). 157-61.
Penas-Ibáñez, Beatriz. (Universidad de Zaragoza). "Semiotic Roles of Narrative Standardness: Securing Cultural Change and Integration. Haiku-Aesthetics and the AngloAmerican Literary Semiosphere." 161-78.
Sheina, Svetlana Yevgenevna. (Balashov, Russia), and Olga Viktorovna Zatonskaya (Saratov, Russia). "Poetic Philosophy of S. Beckett and F. Nietzsche." 179-89.
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