Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2013, No.6, pp.188-195
81+821.161.1 (092)Трифонов Ю.В.

Graphically marked words in lexical organization of text (in Trifonov's literary and public writings)

Devyatkina A. G. 1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
1 Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

Graphically marked word is a typical method in Yu. V. Trifonov’sidiostyle. In this article was researched graphically marked word’s function, its connection with others elements of the text, graphically marked word’s role in organization of text’s associative semantic field. Basic research methods: descriptive, direct observations, comparative analysis, structural and communicative text analysis and philological hermeneutics.
This article focuses on functional aspect of graphically marked word’s research. Basic functions, typical for graphically marked word, were determined and shown structural hierarchical relations between them. Also, analysis shown that graphically marked word engaged in syntagmatic and paradigmatic relations within text, took part in forming text’s thematic net and associative semantic field.


Graphically marked word, idiostyle, Yu.V. Trifonov


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Date of the publication 16.12.2013