Motiv zada kak cast' parodijnogo koda i priema dekonstrukcii

Burkhart, Dagmar

Document Type: Article
Year of publication: 1999
The title of a journal, publication series: Kodovi slovenskih kultura = Kody slavjanskich kul'tur
Volume: 4
Page range: 168-193
Place of publication: Beograd
Publishing house: Clio
ISSN: 0354–964X
Publication language: Russian
Institution: School of Humanities > Slav Phil u Literaturwiss (N.N.)
Subject: 890 Other literatures
Abstract: What all three types of Russian somatic texts discussed in this paper have in common is that for the purposes of parody they: - desecrate the sacral pattern of discourse (Lubok and folly literature), - decanonise the canonised pattern of discourse (futurist poetry) and - deconstruct the conventional, totalitarian pattern of discourse (postmodern texts in the style of Sorokin). As thereby the sublime is always debased, the semantic axiological oppositions sacred/profane, top/below, mythical/stripped of the mythical aura, canonised/decanonised, serious/ridiculous, heroic/stripped of the heroic aura, beautiful/ugly-monstrous, harmonious-ideal/disharmonious, peaceful/violent and conscious/unconscious become clearly marked, which should be recognised as a metapoetic technique and actualised by the ideal recipent. As has been shown, the motif BACK/BELOW, related to the bottom, is of great significance in this process.
Translation of the title: The Motif of the Bottom as a Part of the Parodic Code (English)

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