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PROBLEM OF CARNIVALESQUE WORLD SPEECH PERCEPTION REFLECTINING IN J. JOYCE’S “ULYSSES”

Kapitonova Nina Sergeevna
Don State Technical University
senior teacher of the linguistics and foreign language department

Abstract
The article gauges the feasibility of applying the notion of carnival (according to M.M. Bakhtin’s theory) to the character and daily life literary presentation in J. Joyce’s “Ulysses”. This text narrative structure contains the carnivalesque elements which shed light to the author’s creative manner, the novel experimental character and grotesque perception of the Dublin everyday reality.

Keywords: carnivalesque worldview, character’s monologue, J. Joyce’s “Ulysses”, literary experiment, modernist imagination


Category: Philology

Article reference:
Problem of carnivalesque world speech perception reflectining in J. Joyce’s “Ulysses” // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 10 [Electronic journal]. URL: https://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/10/17023

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