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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 3. P. 37-40.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Kokunova Yuliya Vladimirovna
Ivanovo State University

Abstract. The article is devoted to the culturally relevant concept love realization mechanisms and their linguistic representations research by the material of W. Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet. The author of the article pays special attention to the peculiarities of the author's understanding of this natural-cultural concept, and, as the result of the research, singles out the prototypes, which became the basis of love artistic image creation in the tragedy.
Key words and phrases: культурный концепт "любовь", концептуализация, мифические атрибуты, репрезентация концепта, концептосфера, метафорическое мышление, персонификация, прототип, cultural concept "love", conceptualization, mythical attributes, concept representation, concept sphere, metaphorical thinking, personification, prototype
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