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Несколько примеров конкретизации слова

(2008) SLAVICA GANDENSIA. p.113-122
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The starting-point for this paper is an interpretation of the word as such -слово, как таковое - (as it was first conceived within the Russian cubofuturist and acmeist poetics) as merely one of the manifestations of speculations on the ontological status of language, so widely in vogue at the beginning of the 20th century, that is, the pre-Stalinist period. However disparate the disciplines then dealing with this matter may seem, what characterizes them all is a tendency to assume the existence of a binary opposed Essence and the Word as its concrete phenomenon. We focus our energies on what are considered the two major poets of futurism and acmeism respectively,V. Chlebnikov and O. Mande'štam, and the analogous ways in which they concretize the poetic word by representing it as a spatially qualified entity. This treatment ultimately leads back to A. Potebnja and his idiosyncratic reading of the Humboldtian inner form.
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poetics, futurism, Russian Modernism

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Popowycz, Alexandre. “Несколько Примеров Конкретизации Слова.” SLAVICA GANDENSIA, edited by Lara Sels and Ben Dhooge, no. 35, Department of Slav and East European Studies of the University of Ghent, 2008, pp. 113–22.
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Popowycz, A. (2008). Несколько примеров конкретизации слова. SLAVICA GANDENSIA, (35), 113–122.
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Popowycz, Alexandre. 2008. “Несколько Примеров Конкретизации Слова.” Edited by Lara Sels and Ben Dhooge. SLAVICA GANDENSIA, no. 35: 113–22.
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Popowycz, Alexandre. 2008. “Несколько Примеров Конкретизации Слова.” Ed by. Lara Sels and Ben Dhooge. SLAVICA GANDENSIA (35): 113–122.
Vancouver
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Popowycz A. Несколько примеров конкретизации слова. Sels L, Dhooge B, editors. SLAVICA GANDENSIA. 2008;(35):113–22.
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A. Popowycz, “Несколько примеров конкретизации слова,” SLAVICA GANDENSIA, no. 35, pp. 113–122, 2008.
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  editor       = {{Sels, Lara and Dhooge, Ben}},
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  title        = {{Несколько примеров конкретизации слова}},
  year         = {{2008}},
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