Verbalization of love in modern English poetry: constructional approach

  • N. M. Talavira PhD, associate professor of the department of Germanic philology Nizhyn Mykola Gogol State University
Keywords: construction, verbalization, state of love

Abstract

The paper dwells on the constructions denoting love in modern English online poems. The most large-scale immediate constructions belong to three thematic
groups with the core words love, heart and pain. Modified constructions transform the immediate ones due to adjectives, nouns with prepositions and
adverbs, while extended constructions, combining several immediate ones, provide nominal representation of various models of the state of love.

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Published
2019-07-26
How to Cite
Talavira, N. M. “Verbalization of Love in Modern English Poetry: Constructional Approach”. Literature and Culture of Polissya, Vol. 95, no. 12f, July 2019, pp. 142-9, doi:10.31654/2520-6966-2019-12f-95-142-149.