Slavica Tergestina 20 (2018/I)

CONTENTS


Literary Theory in Bulgaria


Tenev Darin

What is it That is Being Threatened? Introductory Words

Stoyanov Enyo

Poststructuralist Backgrounds: the Political Strategies of Resistance in the Literary- Theoretical Debates during the 1960–1970s in Bulgaria

Nikolchina Miglena

Anti-Odysseus: Orphism and Late Communism in Bulgaria

Spassova Kamelia

Authentic and Heterogeneous Mimesis: Reflection and Self-reflexivity in Todor Pavlov and Yuri Lotman

Kalinova Maria

Exotopy: Mikhail Bakhtin and Jacques Lacan on the Outside Context of Discourse

Tenev Darin

Tension Episodes (A Fragment of the History of Literary Theory in Bulgaria. The Case of the Bulgarian Guillaumist School)


Varia


Skubaczewska-Pniewska Anna

Between the Sureness of Theory and the Folly of Literature. A commentary to the reception of Saussure’s theory of language (from Jakobson to Bagić)

Rezoničnik Lidija

Das slowenische Gesicht': Literarische Reportage über Auswandereridentitäten

Благојевић Ненад

«Четыре жизни» Василия Ивановича Чапаева (об одном мифотворческом феномене Гражданской войны в России 1917–1923 гг)

Викторович Филиппов Юрий

(Еще раз) о перспективах российской лингвокультурологии

Penta Lorenzo

Tendenze recenti nella formazione delle parole del russo contemporaneo


Reviews


Verč Ivan

Ritorno alla filologia

Poniž Denis

Monografija o pesnici Anni A. Ahmatovi

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Slavica Tergestina volumes usually focus on a particular theme or concept. Most of the articles published so far deal with the cultural realm of the Slavic world from the perspective of modern semiotic and cultural methodological approaches, but the journal remains open to other approaches and methodologies.

The theme of the upcoming volume along with detailed descriptions of the submission deadlines and the peer review process can be found on our website at www.slavica-ter.org. All published articles are also available on-line, both on the journal website and in the University of Trieste web publication system at www.openstarts.units.it/dspace/handle/10077/2204.

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    Slavica tergestina 20 (2018/I)
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018)
    Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche, del Linguaggio, dell’Interpretazione e della Traduzione
    ;
    Fachbereich Literaturwissenschaft
    ;
    Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za slavistiko
    Slavica Tergestina was founded in 1987 at the University of Trieste by scholars of the Advanced School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators (SSLMIT – Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne per Interpreti e Traduttori). After the introductory volume published in 1987, the journal appeared regularly beginning in 1994. Since then, eighteen volumes have been published, adding up to over 250 articles written by researchers from different countries (mostly Russian, Hungarian, Croatian, Serbian and Italian Slavic scholars). The volumes were reviewed in several scientific publications in Russia, Italy, Poland, Hungary and Slovenia. Some volumes focused on a monographic topic: Наследие Ю.М. Лотмана, 1996; Славянские языки и перевод, 1997; Художественный текст и его гео-культурные стратификации, 2000; Литературоведение XXI века. Письмо – Текст – Культура, 2002, Law & Literature, 2011; The Great Story, 2012; Slavia Islamica, 2013; The Yugoslav Partisan Art, 2016. Most of the articles published so far deal with the cultural realm of the Slavic world from the perspective of modern structuralist, semiotic and cultural methodological approaches, but the Journal Slavica TerGestina remains open to other approaches and methodologies.
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    Monografija o pesnici Anni A. Ahmatovi
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018)
    Poniž, Denis
      310  136
  • Publication
    'Das slowenische Gesicht': Literarische Reportage über Auswandereridentitäten
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018)
    Rezoničnik, Lidija
    Der Beitrag befasst sich mit dem Werk Das slowenische Gesicht (Slovenski obraz) der slowenischen Autorin Brina Svit. Einleitend wird auf die Problematik der hybriden Form des Werkes hingewiesen und das Werk als eine literarische Reportage definiert. Anschließend widmet sich der Beitrag dem Hauptthema der Auswandereridentität. Die Frage der Auswandereridentität, vor allem aber deren Bewahrung, wird im Slowenischen Gesicht aus drei Perspektiven dargestellt, und zwar aus der Perspektive der Erzählerin, der argentinischen Slowenen und des polnischen Schriftstellers Witold Gombrowicz. Dem letzteren weist die Erzählerin eine wichtige Rolle zu, da er als Außenstehender dem Slowenentum nicht unmittelbar verbunden ist, dafür aber das Emigrantenschicksal mit den ausgewanderten Slowenen teilt. Sie fasst die Gedanken aus Gombrowicz’ Tagebüchern und dessen Briefwechsel zusammen und kommentiert sie, um abschließend ein polyphones Konzept von Identität hervorzuheben.
      351  410
  • Publication
    Tension Episodes (A Fragment of the History of Literary Theory in Bulgaria. The Case of the Bulgarian Guillaumist School)
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018)
    Tenev, Darin
    The development of structuralist ideas in Bulgaria coincided with the liberalization of the human and social sciences during the 1960s and the 1970s and from the start was involved in various discussions, both internal and external. The present paper focuses on the case of the literary theoretician Christo Todorov, a representative of the Bulgarian Guillaumist School, and his curious siding with Pantelei Zarev, a powerful professor in the highest ranks of the Bulgarian Communist Party and at the time a Rector of the University of Sofia, during his attack on structuralism. At the end I propose a Guillaumist interpretation of the situation in which Todorov found himself, using his own methodological instruments.
      315  551
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    Authentic and Heterogeneous Mimesis: Reflection and Self-reflexivity in Todor Pavlov and Yuri Lotman
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018)
    Spassova, Kamelia
    The paper focuses on the mirror as a metaphor in the Marxist and structuralist paradigm by means of which contradictory concepts of literature in terms of its mimetic activity crystallize. The term mimetic reflection was in circulation in the Soviet Union at that time as one of the key concepts of the dogmatic Marxist-Leninist aesthetics and especially of Todor Pavlov’s theory of reflection, in which literature is seen as an authentic reflection of reality. A detachment of reflection theory can be traced in the works of Lotman and Kristeva. In their theoretical works the mirror functions as a metaphor for intertextuality, and self-reflexivity as the ability of literature to refer to its own techniques, its own process of creation and its own fictional status. Thus, the article outlines two mimetic types: authentic mimesis, represented by Pavlov’s theory, and on the other side, heterogeneous creative mimesis, developed by Lotman’s text within a text structure and Kristeva’s genotext in merging Jakobson and Bakhtin’s legacy.
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