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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

러시아어문학연구논집검색

Russian Language and Literature


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 노어노문
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1229-1188
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 69권 0호 (2020)
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Данная статья посвящена анализу малоизученных в современном булгаковедении публицистических произведений - фельетонов - М.А. Булгакова, которые написаны для газеты Гудок в 1920- годы. В этой работе мы прежде всего обратили внимание на то, что законы, которыми управляется и которым подчиняется фельетон, можно понять, лишь рассматривая его, как особый литературный жанр. С нашей точки зрения фельетон - это уникальный литературно-журналистский жанр, созданный с помощью совместной творческой работе рабкоров и журналиста. Так как все фельетоны, что печатались в газете Гудок Булгаковым, написаны на основе рабкоровских писем и содержание их - подлинные эпизоды и сценки обыденной жизни железнодорозников и их семей. В данной статье рассматриваются художественно-публицистические средства, которыми пользовался при написании своих фельетонов М.А. Булгаков. Переписывая, редакцируя письма рабокоров и рабочих читателей, писатель оригинально пользовался литературными средствами. Благодаря булгаковского пера унылые станционные истории превращаются яркие и смешные сценки, реалистические черты объединяется с абсурдными, фантастическими шитрихами. Таким образом в данной статье производится попытка доказать то, что малая газетная проза - фельетон - играл немалую роль в формировании художественного мастерства писателя, что раннее творчество литератора нельзя анализировать изолированно вне контекста журналистских и литературных традиций тех лет.

『미르고로드』에 나타난 병사의 형상과 시대적 의미 고찰

박미정
6,300
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This paper aims to analyze the figures of warriors and their thoughts about war shown in Mirgorod, a collection of novels written by Nikolai Gogol, which describes the past and contemporary of Little Russia. Furthermore, it intends to define the relationship between the warriors and periodicity. Gogol created many types of characters. The imagery of ‘Little man’ and landowner is a typical example. These types of characters are very important in Russian literature and have attracted the attention of many scholars. In Gogol’s works with the background of Ukraine, various figures of warriors are found. In four novels of Mirgorod, figures of warriors are clearly distinguished according to the time. While the warriors of past are characterized by collectiveness and cruelty, the contemporary warriors are featured by closed and vulgarity. Moreover, the warriors of past are concerned with history and actively participated in war, whereas contemporary warriors considered war to be unrelated with themselves. Gogol considered Rome to be the an early military republic. And he think that ancient Ukraine closes to Rome. From the perspective of Gogol, the warriors of past can be described in a direct form, but the contemporary warriors can be depicted as having the limitation of the times and nostalgia for the soldiers of the past. Thus Gogol confirmed ideal of warriors through four novels in Mirgorod and made us rethink warriors’ role and meaning.
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This paper considers the relation between the process of Grushenka’s transition and the movement through space. It distinguishes Grushenka’s transition in three stages and then analyzes, in order, the meaning of space for each stage. Each space, which are Samsonov’s house, Grushenka’s house and the inn at the village of Mokroye, Siberia and Cana of Galilee, represents Grushenka’s mental state relevant to each stage of her internal transition. Samsonov’s house stands for isolation, Grushenka’s house and the inn at the village of Mokroye represent realization of the potential for transition, and Siberia and Cana of Galilee both symbolize the pursuit of the highest spiritual ideal. Grushenka’s mental transition and the change of location are both achieved in an identical pattern - the movement from ‘restriction’ to ‘liberation’. Thus, Dostoevsky supposedly created various symbolic places to visualize the internal transition of Grushenka who embodies his own vision of human being.
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В данной статье проводится анализ цикла Б. Пастернака «Стихи о войне» с точки зрения образа народа и мотива патриотизма. Несмотря на различные стихотворения, цикл объединяет их в себе через мотив предвестия победы во всех стихах и духовное совпадение говорящего и исторического деятеля-героя в отношении к родине. Как византийский император сделал в борьбе с язычеством, концепция святая Россия, охранная Богом была основанием для предвестия победы. Такая концепция заключалась в том, что герой каждого стихотворения, в том числе рассказчик-писатель, учились с детства на примере предков или святых в иконах. Это выразилось в «Соборности», союзе любовью Христа, которая позволила героям и рассказчику противостоять злым врагам, объединившись со своей родиной и людьми жертвенной любовью.

카자흐스탄 고려인 문화 연구 - 음식과 명절을 중심으로 -

권기배
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This paper is about the unique Koryuin food culture and holiday culture formed through cultural exchanges between the Koryuin in Kazakhstan and the peoples (Russians and Kazakhs) living in the Eurasian space. Since the mid-1860s, the Koryuin have been living in Diaspora in the Russian Far East. The Koryuin had another trial of forced migration to Central Asia. In this process, the Koryuin created a new creative culture in the field of food and holidays, dynamically interacting with the culture of the Kazakh people and the Russian culture encountered in the geographical space of Eurasia. As a result of exchanges with Russian culture formed during the Diaspora period in the Far East, and afterwards another cultural transformation in the Kazakh grasslands of Central Asia, the food culture of the Koryuin in Kazakhstan made their own unique transformation. So, the food on the table of the Koryuin in Kazakhstan was a mixture of traditional Korean food, Russian food and Central Asian food. Therefore, it has been transformed into a Koryuin food that contains Eurasian traits that have different characteristics from traditional Korean food. Importantly, what is currently on the home table in Kazakhstan is food with multicultural characteristics. The Russian food and Central Asian food accepted by the Koryuin have undergone a process of transformation according to the taste characteristics of the Koryuin. Traditional Korean foods such as rice, soup, and tofu, as well as modified Koryuin foods such as Begoja, Guksi and Jimchi, are often on the daily table of Koryuin. Along with this main dish, Russian food such as Hleb, Blin, Kasha, Borsch, and Shashik and Kazakh food such as Paulsaki and Vesbarmark are also placed on the Koryuin table. In particular, the traditional Kazakh food, Vesbarmark, has the advantage of being very simple to cook compared to Korean cuisine. So it is the local food that Koryuin love. In addition, Korean, Russian, and Kazakh local foods are also placed on the tables set by the Koreans in Kazakhstan to celebrate the holidays. So it became the symbolic content of Koryuin cultural exchange. Koryuin holiday culture has undergone a lot of transformations after 150 years of diaspora. In some cases, the national holiday of the country of residence entered into the culture of Koryuin and accepted it as a holiday of Koryuin. As a result, Koryuin entered the Russian holiday custom to celebrate the New Year and Easter as Koryuin stayed in the Far East for a long time. And in the 1920s, it was influenced by the “anti-religious movement” to eradicate the holidays of the minority groups of the Soviet regime from socialism. So, Koryuin did not celebrate the festival, making rice cakes, making alcohol, and making sacrifices. After the forced migration to Kazakhstan, Koryuin holiday celebration was traditional Koreans' holidays, New Year's Day and Cold Food Day. And it was conducted around Russia's biggest holiday, the New Year (Новый год). The customs carried out on the traditional New Year's Day in Koryuin are now gone. In addition, the culture of Russia and Kazakhstan flowed into the Koryuin society, and it was held for a performance-oriented New Year's Day. And the personal holidays that all the Koryuin in Kazakhstan must celebrate are 'the first birthday party' and 'the 60th birthday party'. Interestingly, under the influence of Koryuin first birthday party, Kazakh society is also having a first birthday party. In addition, Kazakhstan's Koryuin borrowed from the Eurasian people to celebrate their 60th birthday, inviting families and relatives to rent a party restaurant. Like the food on the traditional holiday of the Koryuin, the table of the 60th birthday table clearly shows the trace of cultural exchange. This is because Koryuin traditional food, Russian food, and Kazakh food are mixed.
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