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Дискурсивні особливості передмови до "Книги о священстві" Іоанна Златоуста (Львів, 1614)

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dc.contributor.author Олешко, Юлія
dc.date.accessioned 2018-11-05T11:05:36Z
dc.date.available 2018-11-05T11:05:36Z
dc.date.issued 2018
dc.identifier.citation Олешко Ю. Л. Дискурсивні особливості передмови до "Книги о священстві" Іоанна Златоуста (Львів, 1614) / Юлія Олешко // Наукові записки НаУКМА. Мовознавство. - 2018. - Т. 1. - С. 46-49. uk_UA
dc.identifier.issn 2617-2615
dc.identifier.uri http://ekmair.ukma.edu.ua/handle/123456789/14604
dc.identifier.uri https://doi.org/10.18523/2616-8502.2018.46-49
dc.description.abstract Статтю присвячено аналізу дискурсивних особливостей передмови до "Книги о священстві" Іоанна Златоуста, виданої в друкарні Львівського Ставропігійського братства 1614 року; передмову зіставлено з післямовою до цього видання. Розглянуто специфіку позатекстової ситуації, у межах якої відбувався процес текстотворення, схарактеризовано адресанта й адресата, мету, тематику й мовне оформлення дискурсу. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract Background. Prefaces and afterwords, which are metadiscursive to the main text, appear in the prebook times and later become mandatory elements of the book. Gradually, they are authorized, their functional purpose is reinterpreted, and for handwritten and old-published books of the 17th century, prefaces and afterwords are extremely important. They include extensive prefaces composed the scribes, commentaries on the main text, the interpretation of obscure words and phrases, explanation of ideas. However, prefaces and afterwords to the early printed editions of the 17th century have been mainly studied in the papers on book science, source study and cultural history; therefore, the linguistic aspect of the study is new and will complement the idea of the book as a result of speech production. The purpose of the article is to find out the discursive features of the preface to the book On the Priesthood by St. John Chrysostom (1614). Methods. Among the special linguistic methods, descriptive and analytical approaches, as well as discourse analysis have been applied. Results. Old-Ukrainian prefaces and afterwords of the 17th century are a unique material to study the peculiarities of the worldview of the then scribe, since they accumulate a live thought that could not penetrate the main discourse, limited by religious requirements and traditional norms. In the book On the Priesthood, the preface goes beyond the scope of religious discourse. Although it is formally directed to a clergyman, the speaker is a secular man who aims at restoring relations with the Lviv Orthodox elite and enlisting the support of readers. Discussion. The preface to the book On the Priesthood of St. John Chrysostom, as well as the afterword to it, is a journalistic discourse that, despite its dependence on the religious discourse (the saint’s book), marks the beginning of secular literature of mass purpose, as evidenced by such factors as the topic, the language, the person of the addressee, etc. In the future, the study of other Old-Ukrainian and ChurchSlavonic prefaces to the books of the 17th century is to be conducted. en_US
dc.language.iso uk uk_UA
dc.subject передмова uk_UA
dc.subject "Книга о священстві" Іоанна Златоуста uk_UA
dc.subject публіцистичний дискурс uk_UA
dc.subject адресант/адресат uk_UA
dc.subject староукраїнська літературна мова uk_UA
dc.subject стаття uk_UA
dc.subject preface en_US
dc.subject On the Priesthood by St. John Chrysostom en_US
dc.subject publicistic discourse en_US
dc.subject addresser/addressee en_US
dc.subject Old-Ukrainian literary language en_US
dc.title Дискурсивні особливості передмови до "Книги о священстві" Іоанна Златоуста (Львів, 1614) uk_UA
dc.title.alternative Discursive features of the preface to the book On the Priesthood by St. John Chrysostom (Lviv, 1614) en_US
dc.type Article uk_UA
dc.status first published uk_UA
dc.relation.source Наукові записки НаУКМА. Мовознавство. - 2018. - Т. 1 uk_UA


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