“Nature” ASA Construct in the Literary Text Landscape: Analytical Aspects
Lyudmila Viktorovna Gurlenova
Lyudmila Viktorovna Gurlenova, Director of the Institute of Culture and Art, Syktyvkar State University named after Pitirim Sorokin.

Manuscript received on November 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on November 25, 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 November, 2019. | PP: 4571-4574 | Volume-8 Issue-4, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: D8509118419/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.D8509.118419

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Abstract: Background: The study was conducted on the grounds of Russian literature of 20th century, however the an alytical methods suggeste dare universal and can be applied to works representing other literatures as well. The rationale of this article liesin the need to systematize analytical procedures with regard to structure sand elements of a literary text referring to natural phenomena, and to portray the wide range of their expressive and descriptive capacity. Objective: The article studies functions and form so fre prese ntation of “nature” as alingui sticcon structina literary text, revealsits capacities in introducing ideas of an epoch, in performing functional yield within the landscape of a literary text and in text modelling. Methods: Typoligical, structural, historical and literature methods were used for the research as they enable comprehensive analysis of a wide range of factual material. Weare in troducing the “nature” con structin to the research to revealpoly functionality and multitude of connections between text fragments about nature and whole literary texts, and extrapolation of their functional and notional models to other texts. The constructisa system of literary text fragments associated with the notion of “nature”, which may bee there xtende doru next end edde pendingon the individual imaginative vision of an author. Findings: In the course of the study, works by Russian and international scientist son nature’ saesthetics / artistic physio philosophy, literature poetics, ideological and artistic form so then atural component, as wellas the corpus of fictional narratives of both recognized and young writers of the stated period – the latter was mentioned in the monography “Sense of Nature in the Russian Prose of 1920-1930s” – were examined[5]. This article specifies and updates the period based on the studies dating back to the tur of 20th-21st centuries [17, 18, 19]. The additional research undertaken made it possible to create a detailed classification reflecting the functional and notional potential of the “nature” construct in the landscape of an artistic text. Conclusions: The “nature” con structin literary works of various periods of 20th century features general completenes so philosophical, social and political idea so writings, of authors’ artistic platforms, of modelling principles for a particular text, i.e. serves as a guide to the artistic individuality of an author. It is haped under the impact of common directive assumptions and components, such as method, genre, function, structure, mechanism for interaction with the whole, and others, thus providing it with the ability to be extrapolated to a vast range of other fictional texts.
Keywords: Construct, Function, Structure, Image, Fragment, Independent Nature, Sense of Nature, Artistic Landscape, Artistic Time Continuum.
Scope of the Article: Structural Engineering.