V. Belovʼs literary view of the world Cover Image

Художественная картина мира В. Белова
V. Belovʼs literary view of the world

Author(s): Kadiša Rustembekovna Nurgali
Subject(s): Fiction, Russian Literature, Theory of Literature
Published by: Masarykova univerzita nakladatelství
Keywords: literary view of the world; writer; view of the world; visual world; literary world;
Summary/Abstract: The terms “the world of a piece of fiction”, “literary world”, “world view” in literary criticism and criticism are often used interchangeably, which characterizes the entire set of elements that make up a work of literature. The study of the world of works of literature has its roots in D. S. Likhachev’s works who first spoke of “the inner world of a work of fiction”. To date, in literary criticism there is no definite list of those “elements” that make up the literary view of the world. Thus, according to V. A. Halizev, the world of a piece of fiction includes the psyche of human beings, their consciousness, and makes up both reality “thingish” and “personal” reality. M. L. Gasparov proposed including in the concept “Literary world” a list of events that are reflected in the work of literature, the socalled “catalog of images”. At the same time the term “literary view of the world is relatively new, having come in the literature of linguistics. Thus, the artistic picture of the world” of the writer seems to be a phenomenon that is “narrower” than the literary world. The view of the world of the writer is a set of specific identifiable components that make up the basis of the visual world, while the literary world represents a collection of all the elements that make up a work of literature.

  • Page Range: 300-304
  • Page Count: 5
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: Russian
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