Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Khitarova Tatyana Alexandrovna

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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THE MYTHOLOGEM OF MOUNTAIN IN R.L. STEVENSON AND R. BURNS CREATIVE WORKS

abstract 1291705058 issue 129 pp. 783 – 792 31.05.2017 ru 161
In this article, the mythological archetype of Mountain is depicted in the interpretation of peoples of different epochs. The comparative analysis of archetype of Height, namely the Mountain in the R.L. Stevenson and R. Burns creative work is carried out. The archetype of Mountain has power and authority; it is changeable, bright and fully depicts the archetype of Height. Mountain is the abode of silence, modest witness, symbol reflects the desire of a man to reach height and hover over the earth. The archetype of mountain is versatile, unsteady, authors transform it, but in all cases, it accumulates the great power of energy, strength, it reflects fear and veneration. Moreover, the archetype of Mountain has all the indications of ambivalence. The examined mythologem is analyzed in Russian tales. The folklore creativity can reflect, probably, more widely the idea of archetype because legends, tales, heroic epics during time were modified and changed but the main concept often remained authentic. The analyzed symbol is in the title of the tale – “Cristal Mountain”. It means that symbol in the title of the article is archetypical
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THE SUN AS THE ARCHETYPE OF “HEIGHT” IN JOHN DONN’S POETRY

abstract 1231609067 issue 123 pp. 956 – 966 30.11.2016 ru 203
This article conveys J. Donn’s poetry from the point of view of archetype “Height”, namely the Sun. The Sun as an object of the material world, always attracts people’s attention. At all times it has energy and power, tenderness and endearment. The Sun has been in the focus of interest both for primitive men and our contemporaries. The Sun is depicted in literature, works of art, folklore, architecture. In the poems by J. Donn the Sun is personificated, the author gives Him human beings’ features, the hero is equal to Him, he asks the Sun questions and even tries to reign over Him. The Sun rays can be compared with passion, high feelings, gladness; love is associated with sunrise, zenith and sunset. Partly this article compares barocco and modern literature. The archetype “Height” is connected with the Sun image in the Medieval literature. So, it may be concluded that the Sun, its image and archetype is the key point of J. Donn’s creative work
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