Peryfrazy "śmierci" w tekstach Bolesława Prusa

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Title Peryfrazy "śmierci" w tekstach Bolesława Prusa
Tytuł równoległy: Periphrastic structures donnected with Death in texts by Boleslaw Prus
Autor: Machnicka, Violetta
Date: 2009
Źródło: Conversatoria Linguistica. R. 2 (2008), s. 63-77
Abstract: The paper provides an analyses of periphrastic constructions connected with death, that appear in all texts (both literary and publicistic ones) by Aleksander Głowacki. It has been divided into three basic thematic units, taking into consideration the semantic categories and subcategories of the selected material: I. Periphrases of death and the process of dying. A. Death as a dream, rest, alleviation. B. Death as a migration, journey to God. a) to die – to go away, to go, to finish one’s journey; b) to die – to embark on a journey; c) to die – to get to the other side of the river, to fly away, to escape; d) to die – to be with God, to be called by God. II. Periphrases of subjects and places related to death. A. The substitute names for a cemetery. B. The substitute names for a coffin, crypt, grave. III. Summary. Periphrastic constructions were used by Prus mainly as linguistic and stylistic devices that made it possible for him to express different plots determined by their subject matter and genre. The majority of the selected periphrases reflects the creative individualism of the author of “The Doll”. Moreover, it shows his extreme gift and linguistic intuition, and makes the Prus’s style unique and exceptional

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