DOI: https://doi.org/10.20535/2410-8286.115448

COMMONLY USED AND TERRITORIALLY MARKED VOCABULARY AS A MEANS OF STYLISING THE COLLOQUIALITY IN THE NOVEL “INAUGURATION” OF MYROSLAV LAZARUK

Maria Tsurkan

Abstract


 The article examines the lexico-semantic groups of commonly used and territorially marked vocabulary as a means of stylising the colloquiality in the modern literary narrative and it also describes the qualitative properties and the stylistic potential of the colloquial vocabulary in the aesthetic language plot of the novel Inauguration by Myroslav Lazaruk. The author considers the stylistically marked words and phrases that provide a general background of the novel and give it the status of a regional vocabulary of colloquial language. Of particular importance are the words that mark the identity of the heroes to the Soviet era with characteristic lexical range.

 


Keywords


prose text; literary narrative; category of colloquiality; stylisation; commonly used territorially marked vocabulary; stylistic functions of colloquial vocabulary

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