Literary Text as Knowledge Format

Document Type: Research Article

Authors

1 Belgorod State University, Belgorod, Russia

2 Belgorod State Institute of Culture and Arts, Belgorod, Russia.

3 Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia

4 Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia.

10.22055/rals.2019.15200

Abstract

The article considers literary text as an integrated format of knowledge, namely artistic knowledge represented by the writer in the form of a text world. Any text world model has various storing and transmitting knowledge parameters that is why its interpretation provides a complex research construct being called knowledge format. It is revealed that the parameters of a text world model are determined by the intention of the author of a text and represent a set of realisations of nominative fields of literary concepts, the unity of which forms the conceptual sphere of a literary text. It is determined that a number of basic literary concepts acquire the status of cognitive textual dominants. It is revealed that the literary concept “time” is one of the frequent cognitive textual dominants within the models of text worlds of both single works and of the entire work of a writer. It is revealed that along with the presence of cognitive textual dominants context polarization as well as within the nominative field of the literary concept “time” appears to be an important distinguishing feature of text worlds.

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