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: chariot-way
,
), men-at-arms (
),
seneschal
), hospitaller
,
);
: war-band (
),
confidante (
), wet-nurse (
), cresset
,
), postern
), bed-chamber (
), sick-chamber
)
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:
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,
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,
, garth
,
), steed
), warrior
), lucid
), to sire ( ,
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;
«
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: vicus
),
domesticus
,
–
,
), magister atrium (
), deo gratias ( ), “Te Deum” («
,
,
»),
Mithrae Invicto
)
.
:
guenhwyvar
), dillyan wen (
), corwalch
), Mevysen
), sidhe
,
)
.
,
,
«
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: “Hw t! F der m gden!”
(«
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!»), “Nithings” («
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), equites
), ancillae
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-
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, handspan
,
), hunk
,
), stoke-hole ( ), mite
,
), brat
,
),
whelp
), dupe
), no meat of ours
)
.
.
: yon, yonder (
), lass
,
), bonny
,
), bonny bairn (
), daft
,
), trews
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« »: “Your beds is bespoke … You be very welcome,
my lord, and Ralf, too. I declare he do look a handspan taller
than when I seen him last … There’s some things he don’t do
near often enough for my liking” [1].
beds
are,
-
“I declare he do look a handspan taller than when I seen him
last” [3].
: “Shall we say
that a physician who fails to cure a king does not always add
to his reputation.” – “Does not always survive, you mean”
[4].
,
.
.
,
,
,
,
.
bespoken
,
to bespeak (
).
does/doesn’t,
,
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-
seen
saw.
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, –
-
,
,
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,
,
“horse”
“stallion” (
)
“steed” (
).
,
,
,
“marsh – bog – quagmire”.
: “marshland”,
“bogland”.
.
,
.
“girl – maiden – lass”
-
.
-
.
.
, he do look –
,
,
-
do
,
,
,
,
:
“But don’t send me to bed yet, please, Moravik. May I stay up
and talk to you?” – “Hm. Send you to bed, indeed! Aye, you
always did look meek and talk soft” [2].
,
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-
,
,
,
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,
-
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,
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,
I didn’t, I’ve, you’ll, you’ve, it’s.
have
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«
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».
.
.
:
-ed: blue-eyed, darkeyed, wide-eyed, dark-haired, red-faced, long-lashed, redrimmed, black-backed, slow-witted;
-ed: travelstained, dirt-stained, blood-stained, melon-coloured, bronzecoloured, amber-coloured, saffron-coloured, fawn-coloured;
like:
God-like, shadow-like, cloak-like, hawk-like;
: bed-place, camping-place, dwelling-place,
bed-chamber, sick-chamber, guest-chamber, country-house,
boiler-house, bath-house, guard-house, boy-slaves, houseservants, servant-girls, servant-boys;
to look (
): strange-looking, foreign-looking, agile-looking,
prosperous-looking, aggressive-looking, good-looking, deadlooking, important-looking, gipsy-looking;
to seem
): rough-seeming, quiet-seeming.
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“maiden”,
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-ed»
“eye”, “hair”, “face”, “lash” “rim”
.
«
+
“stain”
-ed»
,
.
,
“colour”,
,
.
,
,
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«
+
»
,
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4,
,
-
«
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,
,
,
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«
»
«
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-
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: “the Giants’
“the Hanging Stones”
–
»)
»)
,
.
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.
,
,
,
“the Flood”.
Dance” («
(«
2
.
,
-
«
»
,
.
»
,
:“…a
tall young man with a smashed and bloody hand, cloakless,
his clothes stained and torn, his face … grey with fatigue and
pain and the bitter dregs of last night’s triumph” [5].
,
(“a smashed and
bloody hand”, “his clothes stained and torn”, “his face …
grey”).
(tall, young, bloody, grey)
(smashed, stained, torn),
.
“his
clothes stained and torn” “his face … grey”
,
.
,«
»
,
.
.
,
,
,
.
.
-
,
(“a tall young man”),
,
,
.
1. Stewart M. The Hollow Hills. L., N.Y., Morrow, 1973. P. 64.
2. Ibid. P. 166-167.
3. Stewart, M. The Last Enchantment. L., 1979. P. 84.
4. Stewart, M. The Wicked Day. L., 1983. P. 198.
5. Stewart, M. The Prince and the Pilgrim. L., 1995. P. 16.
A.B. Anisimov
Lexis-stylistic particulars in the Arthur’s pentalogy of Mary Stewart
The author studies the lexis-stylistic particulars in the Arthur’s pentalogy of Mary Stewart, the English writer. The writer wants to
reconstruct a pattern of thoughts of those distant times and to show a specific face of that period with vigorous style. In the pentalogy “the
spirit of gloomy age” is reconstructed with the help of quite few but typical lingual signs of the described period that are connected with life
and spiritual culture of that period.
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