Lyubov P. Vodyasova,
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Native Language and Literature,
M.E. Evseviev Mordovian State Pedagogical Institute
(Saransk, Russia), email@example.com
Introduction. The subject of the research is complex syntactic whole (CSW), the components of which are united by a chain connection. It identifies the structural correlation of this connection, and examines tools for its implementation.
Materials and Methods. The material of the study is prosaic works by K. G. Abramov. The main method is descriptive. It was used to analysis of structural correlation and means of expression in the organization of CSW in the prose of the writer.
Results and Discussion. The article revealed that chain connection can be defined by structural correlation, in other words, by which models form the members of related sentences that are related to each other, and by the way these models are expressed. It is noted that in the prosaic works by K. G. Abramov the following models are the most common: “subject – subject”, “subject – object”, “object – object” and their varieties. They can be made explicitly and implicitly. The means of expressing explicit communication are lexical repetition, implicit one is periphrasis and pronominal substitutions, adverb, etc. The writer also uses root words referring to different parts of speech (one of the correlating members of a sentence is usually a predicate).
Conclusion. The components of CSW combined by chain connection are an expressive and fine structure. Consistently developable repetition (explicit or implicit) “glue” these components and make the impression of visualization; they are designed for artistic effect. From phrase to phrase repetitive structures (words, word combination) vary its syntactic role as members of the sentence and they also vary its composition.
Key words: complex syntactic whole; connectivity; chain connection; structural correlation; means of expression.
For citation: Vodyasova LP. Structural correlation and expression of chain connection in complex syntactic whole (based on the works by K. G. Abramov). Finno-ugorskii mir = Finno-Ugric World. 2019; 11; 3: 255–267. (In Russian)