Sample records for gradinik jurij fikfak

  1. Jurij Koch – nové interpretace lužickosrbské prózy. Od socrealismu k jeho destrukci

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    Ulbrechtová, Helena


    Roč. 13, Suppl. 2 (2009), s. 173-188 ISSN 1803-5663 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90920516 Keywords : socialist realism * Sorbian literature * Koch, Jurij, 1936- Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  2. Viimse hetkeni / Jurijs Melkonovs ; vene keelest tõlkinud Peedu Sammalsoo

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    Melkonovs, Jurijs


    2008. aasta juunis leidsid läti sukeldujad merepõhjast Nõukogude Liidu pommitaja "Boston A-20" vraki. Uppunud lennuki meeskonnast ning tema viimasest operatsioonist. Lennuki meeskonna ning neid päästnud läti kaluriperekonna saatusest


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    Full Text Available The teaching of the slavophiles regarding the concept of communion or sobornost’ of the church is in some ways a sort of trademark of Russian theological thought. In its fi nal form, it seems to be very critical of the synodal tradition. However, a closer look at its origin and development reveals that the synodal reform and tradition itself provided the impetus and ecclesiastical background for the entire conception of the theory of sobornost’

  4. The new era of cyber marketing / interv. Alina Lisina

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    Vestlusringis internetireklaamist osalesid Juris Mendzinsh, Linda Saulite, Ilze Taurina, Daina Misina, Edgars Rozentals, Gatis Veikshins, Reinis Zitmanis, Agris Strautnieks, Jurijs Zarinsh, Ivars Bauls, Martinsh Labans ja Vents Dorinsh

  5. Ein vermisster Großvater, ein Tango und ein Museum. Erinnern und Vergessen des Zweiten Weltkriegs und der Shoah in der ukrainischen Gegenwartsliteratur (Larysa Denysenko, Jurij Vynnyčuk, Oksana Zabužko)

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    Kratochvil, Alexander


    Roč. 60, č. 2 (2015), s. 164-183 ISSN 0044-3506 Institutional support: RVO:68378068 Keywords : contemporary ukrainian literature * 2nd world war * shoah * memory * trauma Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  6. Taras Shevchenko’s Ballade “Why do you come to the grave?” and it’s Ideological and Aesthetic Reception by Jurij Fed’kovych

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    Lidija Kovalets


    Full Text Available In the article T. Shevchenko’s ballade “Why do you come to the grave?” (from cycle “In casemate” has been studied in the aspects of its ideological, thematic, imagery and artistic originality, and as an object of Fed’kovych’s purely individual productive reception, that took place in the mid 1860`s. Set of subjective and objective factors that contributed to it was found; creative and psychological conditions of that event, the previous writer’s achievements in the field of poetry, based on close relations with folklore and mainly German-speaking romantic literature were outlined. Specific Fed’kovych works, romantic too, were considered at the level of detection in it Shevchenko’s work stylization, motive studying, reminiscences ,figurative analogies etc. After all, each of that art dimensions remained sufficiently original, uniquely individual, that demonstrated their author’s high creative ability.

  7. O zmianie „antropologicznego punktu widzenia” w prozie Jurija Brězana

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    Derlatka, Tomasz


    Roč. 19, č. 2 (2015), s. 61-72 ISSN 1803-5663 Institutional support: RVO:68378017 Keywords : anthropological point of view * Brězan, Jurij * Sorbian prose after 1989 Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  8. Neue Heimat Vorošylovgrad? Žadans poetische Ost-Ukraine

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    Alexander Kratochvil


    Full Text Available The latest novel, Vorošylovhrad, by Ukrainian writer Serhij Žadan takes the reader to an East-Ukrainian post-totalitarian landscape and reveals a special Žadan-like geo-poetic (e.g. in comparison with the Galizian geo-poetic of Jurij Andruxovyč. Unlike his previous novel, Depeche Mode, it is not only a story about the hero’s journey through a devastated post-Soviet landscape, i.e. a metaphorical reflection of the search for one’s own past, but as well a story about finding a way to remember this past. The ability to remember the past offers a way out of the state of transcendental and real homelessness (the story ends with a budding love-story, a novum in Žadan’s prose.

  9. Tilsynekomstens politik

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    Laursen, Jonas Kjærgård


    Artistically Nostromo is arguably the most ambitious of Joseph Conrad's novels. It is also without a doubt the most explicitly political in that it openly engages with the question of how capitalism, imperialism, and revolution affect the human consciousness. There is however no agreement as to how......, this article suggests a reading focusing on how the text creates a model of society by reconfiguring certain real life elements. By developing a specific artistic idiom Nostromo attempts to show the very limited view of the whole of society caused by, in the wording of the novel, the 'material interests......' of imperial capitalism. Under the inspiration of both Jurij Lotman and Jacques Rancière the analysis presented here is able to address some key political insights that appear as a consequence of the novelistic form when understood as a relatively autonomous model of society. And that is what is meant...

  10. Melbourne versus Sydney: semiotic reflections on first and second cities.

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    Massimo Leone


    Full Text Available Urban marketing has recently been adopting the concept, and the label, of “second city”. However, this concept requires sharper theoretical definition in order to turn heuristic. Thus far, it has been conceived in relation to an “ideology of ranking”, strictly related to the worldview of post-modern globalization. A more fruitful definition of “second cities” results from Charles S. Peirce’s idea of secondness: a city is second to another not in quantitative, but in qualitative and relational terms. The semiotic model of Jurij M. Lotman offers a suitable methodology to analyse this relational definition, as it is exemplified by the case-study of the rivalry between Melbourne and Sydney. A historical survey of their relation shows that the latter progressively embraced an identity of “secondness” so as to successfully market an alternative vision of urban life. Melbourne therefore provides a model for non-quantitative construction of urban distinctiveness.

  11. ‘Finestre’ Post-sovietiche. La letteratura russofona d’Ucraina come laboratorio di identità culturale

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    Marco Puleri


    Full Text Available This paper is focused on the complex situation linked with the concept of national cultural identity, and the conflicts between cultural models, which reflect social and political struggles in the post-Soviet space. The analysis of contemporary Ukrainian literature in Russian represents a productive field of research in order to analyse the post-soviet national context. Such a literary phenomenon emerges in the interstitial passage between Ukrainian fixed opposite identifications: we deal with a hybrid phenomenon that grows out of the passage from the soviet domination to national independence, and that produces a narrative of displacement. The given literary movement rises at the margins of the national cultural model and is an example of post-soviet hybrid writing, which stimulates the process of confrontation: as stressed by Jurij Lotman (1994, every culture creates its own ‘marginal system’, which involves outsiders who don’t belong to its centre, and that a strict analysis excludes from its model.

  12. Notes on the Narratological Approach to Board Games

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    Mattia Thibault


    Full Text Available Nowadays game studies are in the foreground of cultural and communication debates. Even if video games are strongly studied in semiotics, play is a wide field of study with many areas still unexplored. The area that this paper aims to explore concerns board games and it focuses on the relationship between game and narration and the role of a game’s intertextual dimension from a semiotic point of view. Semiotic tools that have been used include the Greimasian narrative sequence (a structuralist point of view that fits very well with the rigid, explicit grammaticalization of board games and Génette's narratology, unavoidable for every reflection on intertextuality. Last, but not least, cultural semiotics, based on Jurij Lotman's works, offers a valuable asset for understanding the enveloping and organic structure that surrounds games. The research proceeds to focus on some case studies of three ancient board games - chess, backgammon, and mancalas - underlining their common traits and differences. The paper shows that the structure of board games is very similar to the structure of the Greimasian narrative sequence, but they rather form a hybrid narration in which the player has a primary importance. Moreover, we see that games constantly retrieve sense from different kinds of other texts depending on the culture and society in which the game is played. The aim of this research is not to propound a complete theory, but rather to indicate a possible path to follow, between many, that could be a valuable resource in the exploration and the understanding of play.

  13. Размышления о божественной литургии: границы театральности в творчестве Н. В. Гоголя | Dieviškosios liturgijos apmąstymai: teatrališkumas Nikolajaus Gogolio kūryboje | Meditations on the divine liturgy: boundaries of the theatricality in the creative work of Nikolay Gogol

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    Inga Vidugirytė


    Full Text Available Meditatons on the divine liturgy: boundaries of the theatricality in the creative work of Nikolay GogolInga VidugirytėSummary The purpose of the present article is to demonstrate the theatricality of Gogol’s Meditations on the Divine Liturgy. Theatricality is “the language of theatre as art”, as Jurij Lotman has stated. Phillis Hartnoll points out three aspects, viz. an actor, a dialogue, and a spectator, that separate theatre from its origins – the ritual. The birth of the spectator seems to Lotman and to Boris Uspenskij to be the decisive factor to establish a situation of the performance. The visuality of the performance is the main feature of theatre as art.There are three presumptions Gogol has about liturgy: (1 liturgy is a dramatic form of the evangelical plot, (2 the forms of worship in liturgy are so perfect that watching them is enough to understand the meaning of the ritual, (3 in liturgy, it is possible to achieve the unity of souls and feelings of all participants of the ritual. Gogol presents liturgy as performance. The narrative is based on separate scenes with clearly marked beginnings and ends. Gogol even renders intonations of dialogues between a priest and a deacon. The motif of performing distinguishes Gogol’s work from his predecessors.The only point of view in the text is from the outside. The narrator is one of the spectators of liturgical performance. On the other hand, the narrator is also a participator of the worship. Gogol shows the effect the performance makes on people and also renders their praying. Taking the sacrament is described as catharsis and in the same terms as Aristotle has done, viz. the horror and the purging. So even at this moment the theatrical nature of liturgy is retained.In the context of the Gogol’s discourse of theatre, liturgy seems to be the ideal performance. One can presuppose that the writer’s wish to explain the role of the theatre has ended with describing the most

  14. Divisible Atoms or None at All? Facing the European Contributions to Developments of Chemistry and Physics in China. (United States)

    Južnič, Stanislav


    One of the most important Mid-European professor with more than six thousand academic descendants was the leading Slovenian erudite Jurij Vega. In broader sense, Vega's and other applied sciences of the south of Holy Roman Empire of German Nationality were connected with the mercury mine of Idrija during the last half of millennia. The Idrija Mine used to be one of the two top European producers of mercury, the basic substance of atomistic alchemists. Idrija Mine contributions to the history of techniques, their examinations and approbations is comparable to the other Mid-European achievements. The peculiarities of Idrija mining environment where people valued mostly the applicative knowhow is put into the limelight. The applicative abilities of Idrija employers affected the broader surroundings including Vega's Jesuit teachers in nearby Ljubljana and the phenomena of comparatively many China-Based Jesuits connected with the area of modern Slovenia. The Jesuits' Mid-European education and networks are put into the limelight, as well as their adopted Chinese networks used for their bridging between Eastern and Western Sciences. The Western origin of the scientific-technologic-industrial revolution(s) with causes for their apparent nonexistence in Chinese frames is discussed as another Eurocentric rhetorical racist question which presumes the scientific-technologic-industrial revolution(s) as something good, positive, and therefore predominantly European. The Chinese ways into progress without those troublemaking revolutions is focused for the first time in historiography from combined scientific, moral, religious, and economic viewpoints. The Chinese contributions to particular areas of research in chemistry and physics is focused to find out the preferences and most frequent stages of (European) paradigms involved in the Chinese networks. Some predictions of future interests of Chinese chemistry and physics are provided. The Chinese Holistic Confucian distrust in


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    Руслана СЛУХЕНСЬКА


    отивы синтеза искусств, элементы интертекстуальности. Важным для автора является религиозное восприятие мира и искусства. Работы автора наполнены библейскими образами и символами. Но есть и пантеистические мотивы, поскольку писатель любит природу, и часто оживляет явления природы. Основой текстов Веры Вовк и ее жизненной философии является любовь ко всему земному и жертвенность одновременно. Ключевые слова: произведения Веры Вовк, художественный синтез, рассказы, метафора, идиостиль, поэтический синтаксис. Sluhenska R., Vylka L. The Imagery of Prose of Vira Vovk. Vira Selianska, pen name Vira Vovk – Ukrainian writer, critic and translator living in Brazil. She writes in Ukrainian, German and Portuguese. Since 1959 Vovk has been associated with the New York Group of ukrainian poets. Vovk writes in three genres: poetry, prose, and drama. The most voluminous is her poetic output. The interest in mysticism and myth carries over into her less-voluminous prose, which consists of the collections Legendy (Legends, 1954, Kazky (Fairy Tales, 1956, Dukhy i dervishi (Spirits and Dervishes, 1956, the novel Vitrazhi (Stained-Glass Windows, 1961, Stari panianky (Old Maids, 1993, and the book of collected prose Proza (Prose, 2001. Of special interest are her bilingual prose works, such as Sviatyi hai (The Holy Grove, 1983 and Karnaval (Carnival, 1986. Many of her publications, from the 1970s on, are exquisite esthetic productions with hand-inserted illustrations by Ukrainian artists (Zoia Lisovska, Mykhailo Dzyndra, Jurij Solovij, and others or Vovk's own paper

  16. EDITORIAL: Colloidal suspensions Colloidal suspensions (United States)

    Petukhov, Andrei; Kegel, Willem; van Duijneveldt, Jeroen


    Colloid-polymer mixtures and depletion interactions Phase stability of a reversible supramolecular polymer solution mixed with nanospheres Remco Tuinier When depletion goes critical Roberto Piazza, Stefano Buzzaccaro, Alberto Parola and Jader Colombo Tuning the demixing of colloid-polymer systems through the dispersing solvent E A G Jamie, R P A Dullens and D G A L Aarts Polydispersity effects in colloid-polymer mixtures S M Liddle, T Narayanan and W C K Poon Colloidal dynamics and crystallization Crystallization and aging in hard-sphere glasses C Valeriani, E Sanz, E Zaccarelli, W C K Poon, M E Cates and P N Pusey Real-time monitoring of complex moduli from micro-rheology Taiki Yanagishima, Daan Frenkel, Jurij Kotar and Erika Eiser Brownian motion of a self-propelled particle B ten Hagen, S van Teeffelen and H Löwen Crystallization in suspensions of hard spheres: a Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulation study T Schilling, S Dorosz, H J Schöpe and G Opletal Structural signature of slow dynamics and dynamic heterogeneity in two-dimensional colloidal liquids: glassy structural order Takeshi Kawasaki and Hajime Tanaka