Release:2015, Vol. 1. №1(1)
About the author:Olga K. Lagunova, Dr. Sci. (Philol), Professor, Russian and Foreign Literature Department, University of Tyumen; firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract:Literature of indigenous peoples of Northern Asia (Kyrgyz, Nenets, Khanty, and others), relating to the literatures of the traditional type, or the transition from a syncretic to traditional type, naturally rely axiology, poetics and rhetoric on myth and folklore. This link though committed, but rarely specifically and consistently identified and investigated, especially on the diversity of national material. This article is specific, precisely such an approach. Mythological picture of the world, by moving from chaos to cosmos, requires author’s toolkit, to the satisfaction of the reader provides this mechanism. The phenomenon of status as the chosen acts of the literary culture structuring the text element. It technologically included special artistic space and time, plot situation, the system of characters, narrative composition, speech system, associative background. However, these poetical tools systematically subject to value and the rhetorical duty is to convince the reader and connect it to the author’s logic pronouncing superior moral truth as truth nationwide. The knowledge of this truth and the right pronouncing its author is being devoted to the Word and gifts him the Words of the Almighty. Therefore the phenomenon being devoted to the literature of this type is related not only to the object-subject structure of the text, but also to the author’s worldview. It, in turn, becomes substance (in the Hegelian sense), becomes the voice of finished common meanings and forces that are eternal, which is unavoidable, appear in Genesis and through Genesis, and therefore always find a favorite person expressing themselves. This chosen one, although it looks in the scope of earthly life as a sacrifice, but essentially he is the eternal, ever-living, the Word itself that he is in mortal life. This Word contains both his actions and action become Destiny. As the elect, he could not escape this Fate, the hero of her only carries out, and therefore cannot be personalized.
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