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LITERATURE OF PEOPLES AND NATIONS OF THE WORLD

Metaphors of the subsphere “Nature” in the novel “Fahrenheit 451” by R. Bradbury

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
    The development of the theory of cognitive metaphor makes the study of metaphoric modelling in different types of discourse, including the discourse of fiction, a relevant and perspective subject. ...

Social and cultural basis of language peculiarities in early novel and discourse practice in the second half of the 16th century

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
    The article verifies the existence of a specific sociocultural situation in German literature of the second half of the 16th century from the standpoint of modern linguistic genre studies. ...

Folklore and book culture in the Germany of new age (the case of collection of medical charms, the 16th-20th centuries)

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
    The paper analyzes collections of charms, dubbed as Zauberbücher and central to early printed book culture in Germany. Among the most popular editions of this kind, one should pay ...

S.T. Coleridge as an intermediary between Great Britain and Germany: a theory of symbol

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
  The article discusses the role of S.T. Coleridge as an intermediary between German and British cultures, whose role was not limited to passive transfer of ideas from one cultural ...

GODS AND BELIEVERS IN “MRS. DALLOWAY” (A COGNITIVE STUDY OF V. WOOLF’S RELIGIOUS CONCEPTS) 

Volume 3, Issue №1, 2017
The article deals with topical issues of religious worldview and its interaction with national culture and individual artistic worldviews as crystallized in the language of literature. It presents a vigorous ...

SCIENCE FICTION AND FUTURE HUMAN:  CYBORG, TRANSHUMAN AND POSTHUMAN 

Volume 3, Issue №1, 2017
Since science and technology are intertwined with literature, a great number of writers have created different depictions under the label of Science Fiction which mostly shows various aspects of ...

“This is a man’s world”: gender issues of leadership in literature

Volume 5, Issue №4, 2019
The potential of language in depicting objective reality is unquestionable today. Some authors refer to language as “the currency of knowing”. Much information about the world and people is ...

The “OLD-SCHOOL PROFESSIONALISM” concept as described in “The Vogue Factor” by K. Clements

Volume 5, Issue №1, 2019
The article is focused on the components of professionalism as a system of knowledge and values which is inherent to a specific professional community. The linguistic material was obtained ...

A decentred reading of Zadie Smith’s Swing Time: Voices of cross-cultural belonging

Volume 4, Issue №4, 2018
This article explores the dynamics of differentiation through the perspective of a reconceptualised representation of race, identity and cultural belonging that Swing Time brings into scrutiny. Relying on ...

Uncovering true Islam in Umm Zakiyyah’s trilogy If I Should Speak

Volume 4, Issue №4, 2018
 Religion themed literature has always been a norm in the literary traditions across the globe. However, it is observed that in the context of representing Islam and Muslims, ...

Codicological study of the medieval manuscript “Régime de santé” by Guido Parato

Volume 4, Issue №4, 2018
The article presents the results of the work on a manuscript written in the French language of the XV century. The work has been conducted by one of ...

PROBING INTO THE MYTHOLOGICAL IMAGES IN MAO ZEDONG’S POEM “IMMORTALS: REPLY TO LI SHUYI”

Volume 4, Issue №1, 2018
Mythological images play an important role in literary works and are ingeniously applied in Mao Zedong’s poetry. By studying the various aspects of the mythological images in his poem, ...

EFFECTS OF DEATH IN THE POETRY OF RUMI AND WHITMAN

Volume 4, Issue №1, 2018
This paper is a minor part of my PhD dissertation “Elements of Sufism in the Poetry of Rumi and Whitman: A Comparative Study” in which the attempt has been ...

ELIF SHAFAK'S FORTY RULES OF LOVE PRESENTS THE SOLUTION TO COMBAT TERRORISM

Volume 3, Issue №4, 2017
In Elif Shafak's Forty Rules of Love, the writer delivers the message that Sufism, which is based on accepting variance and pluralism, is the key to terminate the continuing ...

THE MANIFESTATION OF SUFI POETRY IN PERSIAN LITERATURE

Volume 3, Issue №4, 2017
The study of the emergence of the Sufi poetry in Persian literature has been of interest to all Persian historians. Sufism is a special School of thought which ...

THEMATIC AFFINITIES OF “KHOSROW AND SHIRIN” AND “ROMEO AND JULIET”

Volume 3, Issue №3, 2017
A romantic work can rarely be found, which would be equal to the story of Nizami’s “Khosro and Shirin.” Perhaps the only work which can be compared to this ...

RUMI’S MYSTICAL ONTOLOGY IN HIS POETRY

Volume 3, Issue №3, 2017
Rumi's nostalgia has always attracted the soul of the enchanted and wise human in the valley of mysticism. This nostalgia is crystallized from centuries of human thought, which has ...

THE ERUPTION OF RUMI’S POETRY

Volume 3, Issue №2, 2017
This article is a short description of Molana Jalal al-Din Mohammad Balkhi’s thoughts, a famous Iranian mystic and poet, and an attempt to present his ancient ideas, but ...

OF ALL THINGS SPEAKABLE AND UNSPEAKABLE: KNOWLEDGE AND PARADOXES IN SAINT JOHN OF THE CROSS

Volume 1, Issue №2, 2015
This paper studies eight ascetical poems by Saint John of the Cross, from both a literary point of view and also as an inverse description. Therefore, the paradoxical descriptions of ...

THE INFLUENCE OF RUMI’S THOUGHT ON WHITMAN’S POETRY

Volume 1, Issue №3, 2015
Sufism or tasawwuf is the inner, mystical, or psycho-spiritual dimension of Islam. However, many scholars believe that Sufism is outside the sphere of Islam. As a result, there has always ...
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