Phraseological symbols in Ukrainian symbolism discourse and its translate

Nayaliia Mushyrovska, Ukraine, ID CLEaR2016-368;          Proposal attempts to analyze and summarize one of the features of discursive practices of early Ukrainian of symbolism poetry, which is actively used language phrasebook potential for creating imaginative symbolic meaning. Specifically analyzed using idioms, which are based on the symdol. Symbol able to perform structural-semantic foundation which is  the  base of formation of phraseology, in particular on the basis of such a relationship : a  comparison, contrast, causal relationship. The use of phraseology by Ukrainian symbolism poets based on the basic functions of a symbol: 1) make visible human ideas, convey deep  thought about the man himself, his mentality; 2) being simple, highly saturated with information; 3) often ambiguous (even opposite); 4) have the ability to partially lift a high degree of generalization [16]. List of major national poetic symbols associated with objects, attributes, actions, were expressed in the works O. Potebnja: fire, light, wood,  key and lock, road, plains, mountains and so on. [16]. The study examined a number of ethnic and cultural reasons, are actively used in the poetry of early Ukrainian symbolism, that demonstrate the close connection folk-song traditions, symbols and phraseology delaminations,  their role in the design of some recognizable idiostyle representatives of this trend. Translation of that idiomatic  units  can make difficulties and requires adequate search matches. These studies give an idea of solving these problems, based on linguistic and cultural features.

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