Kulish V. Lexical exteriorization of poetic silence in the English literary discourse

Authors

  • Kulish V. Sumy State University

Keywords:

Nature Silence, verbal-poetic image of silence, verbal markers of poetic silence, silent effect.

Abstract

This article deals with the different ways of exteriorization of poetic silence in the English literary
discourse. Modern linguistics tendency characterized by wide interest to the problems of silence in
non-verbal communication. One should noted that such communication is connected with verbal one.
Lifeless nature and its symbols on the field of the English literary discourse have the ability to
transform in real producers of poetic silence. Verbal-poetic image of silence is a complex, dynamic
and linguo-cognitive construction, which is characterised by incorporation of different types of
knowledge: basic, stereotypical and individual, that is connected with the phenomenon of silence in
the English literary discourse. Different lexical units play an important role in developing and
building such phenomenon. The importance of this units to poetic silence is verified by lexicographic
and illustrative material. Dominant and peripheral verbal markers actualize poetic silence with the
help of nature and its symbols characterizing by metaphoric and personification nature.

Published

2020-03-25

How to Cite

Куліш В. С. (2020). Kulish V. Lexical exteriorization of poetic silence in the English literary discourse. Philological Treatises, 8(2), 109–116. Retrieved from https://tractatus.sumdu.edu.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/254