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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 11. Part 2. P. 252-254.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/filnauki.2018-11-2.7

INFLUENCE OF LITERARY TRADITION OF MONASTIC CULTURE ON THE CELTIC VERSE

Men'shikova Anna Andreevna
Tomsk State University


Submitted: 16.06.2017.
Abstract. The article deals with the heritage of the Celtic culture in the medieval literature and its subsequent traditions in the European and Russian poetry of the XVIII-XIX centuries. As a result of the conducted research, it has been ascertained that the Celtic folklore tradition is not fully authentic. In most cases, it was influenced by literary processing; the metaphorical figurativeness of the works is the principle of generating sense for lexical units, which change their meaning to the point of abolition depending on a specific text. Shakespeare’s works and the Russian poetry of the XVIII-XIX centuries inherited the tradition of the Celtic verse.
Key words and phrases: У. Шекспир, кельтская традиция, поэтика, стих, фольклор, "ученая" культура, когнитивный подход, Нортумбрийское Возрождение, W. Shakespeare, Celtic tradition, poetics, verse, folklore, "learned" culture, cognitive approach, Northumbrian Renaissance.
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