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Autor:Danaher, David S.
Naslov:A cognitive approach to metaphor in prose : truth and falsehood in Leo Tolstoy's "The death of Ivan Il'ich"
Matična publikacija:Poetics today : international journal for theory and analysis of literature and communication / editor Meir Sternberg. - Vol. 24 (2003), No. 3; str. 439-470
Impresum:Durham, NC : Duke University Press
Napomena:Tema broja: Theory and history of narrative
Sažetak:Russian has two words corresponding to English 'truth' and four words corresponding to English 'lie'. While studies have detailed the semantic and pragmatic differences between thewe two terms, how these domains are metaphorized in everyday language - and exploited in literature - has yet to be seamined. In the first half of the article, I present an analysis of everyday metaphorical expressions for Truth and Falsehood in contemporary Russian. Linguistic evience suggests that these domains are understood via a small set of interrelated conceptual structures. Metaphorical expressions in Russian cluster around one basic metaphor (KNOWING IS SEEING) and three image-schemaic structures (STRAIGHT, PATH, and CONTAINER). This network of everyday metaphors serves as a point of reference for an examination of Tolstoy's aesthetic representations of the same domains. In the second part, I examine Tolstoy's extenstion and elaborations of metaphors for Truth and Falsehood in this postconversion works, and I argue that they comprise a central metaphorical motif, the Full complexity of which has yet to be apprediated, in his novella "The death of Ivan Il'ich."
Ključne riječi:naratologija - metafora - Tolstoj, L. N.
Vrsta građe:Članak
Knjižnica:Zbirka komparativne književnosti, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/komparativna

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