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Contents

Cultural Theory

Przhilenskaya I.

Shapinskaya E.

Bizyukova M.

Cultural History

Selezneva E.

Applied Cultural Research

Vasilieva Zh.

Stepanova O.

Humanities

Kornienko N.

Reviews

Gorodilina T.

 
UDC 82.091
Kornienko N.
The Names of Moscow and St. Petersburg in the Russian literature of 1910-30s (Part 1)
  
Abstract. The publication presents a study of the images of Moscow and Petersburg as they represented by Russian literature of the 1910-30-s with particular attention to the role of onomastic and toponimic processes.

Key-words: Russian literature of the 1910-30-s, name of the place, “soul” of the place, Moscow, Petersburg, onomastics, toponimics


Kornienko Natalia Vasilievna, 
Dr. in Philology, Professor,
Associate Member of the Russian Academy of Science,
Head of the New Russian Literature Dept.
in the A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature (Moscow),
e-mail: info@imli.ru
 

 

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  Natural Heritage
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