Archaisms in the novels "Sviatoslav", "Volodymyr" by S. Sklyarenko

  • N. О. Barannyk pedagogical sciences candidate, associate professor of pedagogy and psychology of primary education chair, Anton Makarenko Kremenchuk Pedagogical College
Keywords: historical work, passive vocabulary, obsolete vocabulary

Abstract

The author of the article attempts to reveal the essence of the research concepts: "idiostyle", "passive vocabulary", "obsolete vocabulary", "historicisms", "archaisms"; to analyze the specifics of using archaisms in the novels "Sviatoslav", "Volodymyr" by S. Sklyarenko. Obsolete vocabulary is an issue of constant interest of both national and foreign linguists who study it from the functional side as well as a means of historical stylization in the literary works. Archaic words are widely used by writers, historians, journalists for reflecting the past or for other stylistic purposes. Therefore, the studied layer of vocabulary is a topical linguistic problem, as it allows to trace the processes of language variability, makes it possible to determine the time frame of its evolution, to predict its further development, etc. The lack of the researches that represent the features of archaic vocabulary in the novels by S. Sklyarenko led to the choice of the theme of the article. The author of the article clarifies the specifics of the historical novel. It is proved that obsolete vocabulary is one of its genre-forming features. The linguistic nature of archaisms and historicisms is analyzed and the methods of their introduction into the literary text are determined. On the example of the novels "Sviatoslav", "Volodymyr" by S. Sklyarenko the lexical, lexical and word-forming, lexical and phonetic and phonetic archaisms were analyzed. The comparison of this group of vocabulary with its synonymic neutral one indicates the expressiveness, unusualness and contrast of archaisms. While analyzing the language material it was found out that the archaic vocabulary, introduced mainly to the direct or indirect speech of the characters, rather than to the speech of the author himself, vividly represents the living language of the past, indicating its distance from the modern linguistic norms.

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Published
2019-12-02
How to Cite
BarannykN. О. “Archaisms in the Novels "Sviatoslav", "Volodymyr" By S. Sklyarenko”. Literature and Culture of Polissya, Vol. 96, no. 13f, Dec. 2019, pp. 202-13, doi:10.31654/2520-6966-2019-13f-96-202-213.