Lyubov P. Vodyasova,
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Native Language and Literature,
M. E. Evseev Mordovian State Pedagogical Institute
(Saransk, Russia), LVodjasova@yandex.ru
For the first time in Mordovian linguistics the subject of the research is the thematic repetition within semantic organization of basic units of a text, complex syntax whole. It notes that the composition of complex syntax whole covers the words of one thematic group, forming a single functional textual paradigm of words and performing a common function. Thus, it forms new entries such as key words and word combinations.
The material of the study is prosaic works by K. G. Abramov. The main method is descriptive. It was used to study the content meaning of the key words and word combinations and their functioning in certain contexts.
It was shown that the main features of the key words and word combinations are the frequency of use, the ability of condensing information, as well as the ability to correlate the factual and conceptual content levels of a text. When repeating, key words and word combinations can occur in any part of the artistic work and do not have a fixed position. For Abramov, they help in the implementation of close connection with other words, the creation of semantic integrity of the text and therefore disclosure of his themes.
Creating intertextuality, keywords and word combinations implement aesthetic principles of the author and intensify the perception of the reader. They create semantic complexes in the text forming its semantic dominant. They gather synonymous units around themselves, the words associated with them, and stemming’s which repetition in a given context is usually dictated by the author’s view, etc.
Key words: complex syntax whole; component; communications components; repetition; thematic repetition; key words and wordcombinations.
For citation: Vodyasova LP. Thematic repetition as a way to create semantic integrity of complex syntax whole (based on the works by K. G. Abramov). Finno-ugorskii mir = Finno-Ugric World. 2018; 2: 14–25. (In Russian)