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Cheresyuk P.A. [Metaphor as a means of expressing the author’s worldview in the works of L.N. Tolstoy «Anna Karenina» and «Confession»] World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, 2020, Vol. 11, No. 2. Available at: https://sfk-mn.ru/PDF/12FLSK220.pdf (in Russian).
Metaphor as a means of expressing the author’s worldview in the works of L.N. Tolstoy «Anna Karenina» and «Confession»
Cheresyuk Polina Andreevna
Belgorod state national research university, Belgorod, Russia
Abstract. The article is devoted to the analysis of metaphor as a means of expressing the author’s worldview in a literary text. Literary text represents the main scope of the functioning of metaphors. This is directly related to the tasks of the literary text.
As a result, it turns out that metaphorical expressions have not only explicit, but also explicit arguments. A metaphor is not only a language category, but also a productive tool for cognition and interpretation in natural conditions. Analysis of linguistic material from the works of L.N. Tolstoy’s «Anna Karenina» and «Confession» reveal the implicit characteristics of the metaphor in the aspect of the formation of the author’s established attitudes and values.
In the novel «Anna Karenina», the author raises several fairly important topics. The writer discusses values such as family. In the autobiographical work «Confession», which was written after «Anna Karenina», L.N. Tolstoy, experiencing a spiritual crisis, is trying to answer the question: what is the meaning of life?
In the final stage of the study, central problems were discovered – the search for the meaning of life, true beliefs. He sought truth not only for himself, but for all of humanity.
Keywords: language of fiction; metaphor; comparison; individual author’s style; picture of the world; artistic text; L.N. Tolstoy
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