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This article, dedicated to the International Year of Astronomydeals with the traditional Lithuanian names of the starry sky known from the historiographical sources as well as from those obtained from field researches. Unfortunately, the material is scarce. In spite of such situation, the two-level chronologically separate names of constellations are fixed: In some cases the prototype meaning of the name of the star is suggested.
The analysis of the Lithuanian names of constellations Ursa Major and Pleiades is performed. The historical origins of the names of constellations Scutum and Taurus Poniatovii are also discussed. Spells and magic formulas are a distinctive element of the folk-lore texts.
Often the name in them is of paramount importance. Thus the problem of the name as a taboo is important for this fairy tale in particular and the issue of the creative power of words in general.
In between the Lithuanian and Latvian versions of the fairy tale, vaikamx were some that included the proper name of the grass-snake in the magic formula allowing calling him. In all the other versions it is not the name, but the magic formula that is important, because even without the name the formula itself makes the grass-snake come out of the water.
The fairy tale right from the first written variant became a very important phenomenon in the culture of the Baltic nations. It entered literature, while in terms of the name one can see it in the examples of the Lithuanian post-war poetry. Vailams Mickiewicza w Poznaniu ul. According to the latest research made by the author it is evident that the names of the ethnic musical instruments reflect the features of the ancient life and forms of the rural economy.
The results of the research show that in contrast to the prevailing opinion, Lithuanians and the neighboring nations preserved not only traditions of agriculture, but even those of fishing, hunting and cattle- breading. Thus, the vaikzms meanings of the names of trumpets, whistles and reed- pipes show us not only the relicts from the times of the community of vaikqms ancient Balts and Slavs in the 3rd — 2nd millennium B.
The vaikxms with the archeological data shows us that these meanings of the names of the hiblija instruments reflect mainly the traditions of the ancient Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures of hunting and animal husbandry from the 6th — 4th millennium B.
It is obvious that these reflections do not reveal the traditions of the later agricultural layer from the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age of the 2nd — 1st millennium B. In traditional culture bibljja was important to use a particular meaning in a particular situation and not to mix these meanings. The study analyses some designators of bblija horse, mentioned in Lithuanian folklore as well as their connections with traditional world-views and customs. The study discusses different designators, the situations of usage and relation to myths and traditions.
Arklys is connected with agrarian culture and every- day life. The names of horses often originated from their colour; on the one hand, this speaks about traditional thinking and attitudes.
On the other hand, some of them represent real life and the practical meaning of some colours in traditional culture.
The majority of texts cited in this article was collected between and and is kept in the Depository of Manuscripts at the Department of Ethnology and Folklore of Vytautas Magnus University. The author makes an attempt to analyze the persiflage at first names as a phenomenon related to the carnival culture. In the focus of the article are the features of grotesque laugh according to Mikhail Bachtin. The main images of person made a mockery related to grotesque are: The article concentrates on the problems of the origin of popularity in literature, on reception theories and the main principles of the reader response method.
The author ponders upon the problems of evaluation of literature and rather sceptical position of Lithuanian literary researchers while speaking about popular literature. The results of the empirical literary studies of British researcher David S.
Complicated relations between the text and the reader encode many different links, studied by literary researchers, linguists, psychologists and philosophers, who have their answers but never guarantee the validity of the results of their research. For example, while reading crime fiction one can escape various negative feelings and construct new experiences, so it means that virtual experience, but not the thoughts or meditative states of being can be treated as relatively more active and provocative.
Contemporaries described him as an extremely spiritual, introvert man, the most conscious preacher of idealism, who searched for manifestations of Lithuanian character, and sought to understand Lithuanian literature in the context of the world literature. Despite all his merits, Dobilas has been underestimated. Putinas, the author of the History of Literature published indoes not dedicate a line to Dobilas, while Keliuotis claims that Dobilas was not a popular writer, because literary critics have not quoted him, have not analysed him, while ordinary readers have not known that such writer ever existed.
Such literary isolation of Dobilas could be explained because Dobilas as a personality was formed not in Lithuania, but in Latvia, which had deep Lutheran traditions, where he not only graduated from German gymnasium, but also was a minister for about 15 years.
On this road Lithuania will have to re-evaluate some values, among them the antiquity cult or pride in its archaic language. In this article, the variety of expressions and their function in the Lithuanian exile literature is shown from the literary point of view. It is obvious that during the last decade of the 20 c. The development of the memoirs literature was manifested not only by a large number of titles but also by diversified forms of expression. The most popular were memoirs, but also diaries, letters, essays, short stories, and novels.
In any of the above mentioned types of literary works we can encounter various types of narration: These types can also be found side by side, separately, jointly or overlapping one another. They use a particular kind of language and choose appropriate words — signs.
It seems logical to distinguish some keywords and symbolic names that appear most frequently in works concerning a particular stage of exile, that reference the place of exile, camp institutions, phenomena, categories of people, as well as words, proper names and terms, that are often untranslatable, left in their original form, usually in Russian, as they were spoken or heard by the author.
Adama Mickiewicz a w Poznaniu ul. An important theoretical problem of such texts is being discussed: Thus literature under analysis reflects the spirit of the times and ideological barriers well. Most texts are about 1 Lithuanian dukes, 2 writers. A new tendency has been noticed recently, and it is the fact that such literature is geared towards a small child, a primary school student Rytis Daukantas.
On the whole most books under analysis are oriented towards lower high school students. Texts about famous people of the native and other countries are indispensable means of moral education of children. They all perform the archaic function of example Lat. The cultural thesaurus of the child has to be composed of the tales about famous people, people to be followed.
As there is little information about him, his biography is being restored on the background of archives data, the reminiscences of his contemporaries, Lithuanian emigrant periodicals issued in Germany, Australia and the U.
It is stated, vaiams creative works of Gricius, which are not abundant in their number, experienced fast evolution. Having estranged from his own generation, he revealed the pictorial, vivid, aestetised world, which was rather unusual to Lithuanian lyrics.
The article is based on A. The analytical, descriptive, bbiblija partial narrative methods have been applied to analyze the short stories.
For example, Petras Peter is the name the writer used most often in the text of his short stories. Some of his characters do not stand out due to their proper names. In the majority of A. Juozas Aputis, a short story, the structure of a lyric narration, a name.
At the beginning of the 20th c. In these stories relations between the man and animal are transferred to the level of moral ethical issue which is revealed by the vaikans of the lyrical narration. Juozas Aputis depicts a village man, whose milieu is being impacted by the vwikams times.
The moral damage caused by the clash between a villager and civilisation is revealed by the changes of values, the opposition of time.
One of the means of depiction and assessment is the name.
Ką Biblija sako apie ikisantuokinius lytinius santykius?
He relates the idea of sadness with rain, while the road in two parts reminds of two stages of Lithuanian history — before it rained from the cloud and after, when it thinks about coming back to the cloud. The novel consists of three parts: The whole book is conceived as a post-modern game, where various epochs, historical events and personalities, fairy-tale giants and imaginary characters mix together.
The author creates the mythology of the name of Lithuania, first of all, on the basis of the search for its identity. He links it with legends and sagas, various natural phenomena, painful moments in its history, footwear, etc. Also, by this novel he demystifies certain moments in Lithuanian history. The article raises the problems of the relationship between the aims and objectives of the new Curricula of Basic Secondary Education and the aims of literary education and suggests some innovative solutions.
A psycholinguistic-literary-creative research, based on the ideas of psychoanalysis C. A questionnaire was composed including questions about the individual relationship with the sounds of nature, those of the native language and other languages, with texts of Lithuanian and Latvian poetry and some creative assignments.
It is concluded that the applied models of flexible literary didactics could be implemented with great success to achieve the goals of literary education in secondary school.
Vepchistkaosani yra dvipakopis simbolis. One of the distinguishing features of medieval literature is to be attributed to the specific character of entitling the literary works when along with the name of a main character, an iconic symbol of traits characteristic only for that concrete personage is put in the title: When Tariel kills the tiger, he wants the death be suppressed with death.
However, love for him remains a pure aesthetic fact and from here comes his feeling of insufficiency. Ioane Zedazneli, the names of God, Georgian hagiopgraphy. Assyrian Syriac Fathers led by St. Establishment and foundation of monastic life and its organization in Georgia, strengthening of Georgian Church, fighting against idolatry, intensive missionary activities, foundation of powerful cultural centres, beginning of original hymnographical literature, introduction of cave dwelling and monasteries is connected to their names.
From Assyria they vqikams the knowledge about the noncreated by human hands icon of the Savoir and gave beginning to a great tradition of frescoes and iconography. Georgian hagiography is rich of the names of the Lord that are based on the theology and vaikamw fit the frames of Canonical and dogmatic principles. In this regard vvaikams interesting is the Life of St. Ioane Zedazneli, where we come across about thirty divine names. In the Life of St. Ioane Zedazneli, theological rethinking of the Lord is represented by katapatika-apofatika method.
Sometimes God bkblija described by negative features only: Actually, For the Divine Names is the fundament on which philosophical rethinking of the creator and creatures is followed by the image followed by theology.
Abo Vwikams by Joan Joane Sabanisdze 8th c. For this purpose one should try to follow the way of God, who is expressed with different symbol-names. Abo Tbileli showed that the subsequences of the symbols of the latter are the same as in the former. The work of Sabanisdze helps us to see vaikqms real principles of Gospel of John.