COLOR AND SOUND IN THE POETRY OF F. SOLOGUB: THE POTENTIAL AND INFLUENCE UPON THE PERCEPTION OF A POETIC TEXT
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Abstract: This article presents a detailed analysis of three poems by Fyodor Sologub from the point of view of the use of color and sound synaesthesia in them. The research was conducted with the purpose of finding out whether the author always uses color and sound in poetic lines consciously and in harmony with the idea and logic of the poem, or the sound-color does not have correlation with the lexical and subject-theme levels and can be used by itself. To conduct research, the author uses the method of mythopoetic and phonosemantic analysis of the poem, gives arguments reinforced by the work of theorists of symbolism and psycholinguistics about the meaning of color and phonosemantics. The author purposefully analyzes the opportunities of using the semantics of color and sound in individual works of the poet and draws a conclusion about the effect of the phenomenon of synaesthesia on the perception of the poetic text as a whole. The author comes to the conclusion that color and sound can be related to the subject-theme level of the poem or be completely self-sufficient and independent of it, but in any of the cases studied, this phenomenon enriches the reader's perception of the poem and makes it deeper, emotionally fuller and richer.
Key words: SEMANTICS OF COLOR, COLOR AND SOUND, PHONOSEMANTICS, RUSSIAN POETRY, RUSSIAN POETS, POETICAL CREATIVE ACTIVITY, POETIC TEXT, TEXT PERCEPTION
Paramonova, L. Y. Color and Sound in the Poetry of F. Sologub: The Potential and Influence Upon the Perception of a Poetic Text / L. Y. Paramonova . In Philological Class. 2017. №2 (48). P. 83-86. DOI 10.26710/fk17-02-13 .