5 edition of Soviet structural folkloristics. found in the catalog.
Soviet structural folkloristics.
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|Statement||Texts by Meletinsky [and others] With tests of the approach by Jilek [and others] Introduced and edited by P. Maranda.|
|Series||Approaches to semiotics,, 42|
|Contributions||Meletinskiĭ, E. M., Jilek, Wolfgang.|
|LC Classifications||GR40 .M27|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73079892|
Define folkloristics. folkloristics synonyms, folkloristics pronunciation, folkloristics translation, English dictionary definition of folkloristics. n. See folklore. Miranda's () Soviet Structural Folkloristics, Sokolov's () Russian Folklore and Richard Schechner's Essays on Performance Theory. Lauri Honko has done valuable job by translating Siri Paddana of Dakshina Kannada into English and Finnish languages. Applied folklore is the branch of folkloristics concerned with the study and.
Maranda, Structural Models in Folklore and Transformational Essays (Paris, ), and Eleazar Meletinsky et al., "Problems of the Structural Analysis of Fairytales," Soviet Structural Folkloristics, pp. For the structural analysis of the narrative see the studies of . Vladimir Yakovlevich Propp (Владимир Яковлевич Пропп; –) was a Soviet folklorist and scholar who analyzed the basic plot components of Russian folk tales to identify their simplest irreducible narrative elements.. Works  Books. Morfologiya skazki [Морфология сказки], Leningrad: Academia, ; 2nd ed., rev., Moscow: Nauka, ; new ed., Moscow.
“This book will give Propp’s admirers in the English-speaking world a whole new perspective on this distinguished scholar’s contribution to folkloristics. Liberman provides the necessary background in terms of Russian/Soviet intellectual (and political) currents to place Propp’s work in a new light. Folktales of Israel. ed. Dov Noy, with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos. Chicago: Chicago University Press, "Folklore in Israel," Schweizerisches Archiv für Volkskunde, 59 (), pp. "The Situation Structure of the Non-Humorous English Ballad," Midwest Folklore, 13 (), pp. "Hebrew Parallels to Indian Folktales," Journal of the Assam Research Society, 15 (
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maranda, Pierre. Soviet structural folkloristics. The Hague, Mouton, (OCoLC) Online version.
International Folkloristics Book Summary: International folkloristics is a worldwide discipline in which scholars study various forms of folklore ranging from myth, folktale, and legend to custom and belief.
Twenty classic essays, beginning with a piece by Jacob Grimm, reveal the evolving theoretical underpinnings of folkloristics from its nineteenth century origins to its academic coming-of. Soviet Structural Folkloristics - Texts by Meletinsky, Nekludov, Novik, and Segal; with Tests of the Approach by Jilek and Jilek-Aall, Reid, and Layton [P.
Maranda]. Soviet Structural Folkloristics. Vol. 1 by Pierre Maranda,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Pierre Maranda. Citation Information. Soviet Structural Folkloristics, Vol. Edited by Maranda, Pierre. DE GRUYTER. Pages: 7–8. ISBN (Online): Citation Information.
Soviet Structural Folkloristics, Vol. Edited by Maranda, Pierre. DE GRUYTER. Pages: 73– ISBN (Online): (shelved 2 times as soviet-history) avg rating — 16, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
A Skazka – (Russian: ска́зка) (Russian fairy tale or Russian folktale) is a Russian word literally meaning "story", but used to mean fairy tale or a fantasy tale. The term can be used in many different forms to determine the type of tale or story being told. A volshebnaya skazka [fairy tale – волше́бная ска́зка] is considered a magical tale.
"The essays are broad enough in their themes, sophisticated enough in their interpretations, and focused enough in their discussions to lend themselves well to critical analysis by undergraduates."--Laurie Bernstein, Rutgers University, Camden "I consider the book to be one of the best readers available on the market for university courses on Soviet History or Modern Russian History."--Olga Cited by: 8.
Crucial to the world history of folkloristics is this key study, first published inof the development of folklore study in the Soviet Union. Nowhere else has political ideology been so heavily involved with folklore scholarship.
Professor Howell has examined in depth the institutional Written: Folkloristics in the Years of the First Five-Year Plan (): Intradisciplinary Differences and Challenges from Literary Circles 6.
Folklore as Literature: The Years of the Second Five-Year Plan (–) 7. Folkloristics as Ideology: The Rejection of the "Sociology of Folklore" and the Reclaiming of "Popular" Culture 8.
Conclusion. Structural Analysis InPropp published his book Morphology of the Folktale in Alexander Nikiforov, like Shklovsky and Propp, was a folklorist in s Soviet Russia. His early work also identified the benefits of a syntagmatic analysis of fairy tale elements.
In his paper titled "The Morphological Study of Folklore. (shelved 8 times as soviet-union) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Moskva: Nauka, Zur structurell-typologischen Erforschung des Volksmärchens.
[Structural-Typological Study of Folktales]. Jahrbuch für Volkskunde, 15 (1), (). Reprinted in Soviet Structural Folkloristics: Texts by Meletinsky, Nekludov, Novik, and Segal with Tests of the Approach by Jilek and Jilek-Aall, Reid and Layton.
Segal, Aspects of Structuralism in Soviet Philology (Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University, Department of Poetics and Comparative Literature, ), pp. 4–10, 15–22 and the chapter on “Aspects of the Theory of Structural Linguistics in the Soviet Union,” pp.
24– Shukman (p. ) astutely notes the “uniquely Soviet way” in which semiotics was promoted: “If certain areas are Cited by: 7. In order to describe the impact of this work, we shall look at four disciplines: folkloristics, linguistics, anthropology and semiotics; and four countries at least: Russia, the United States, France, and Canada -- for these countries all figure prominently in the book under review, Soviet.
FOREWORD [ix] For more than two decades intellectual life in the Soviet Union has harbored an extraordinary ferment that only in the last five years or so has begun to win wide recognition as a powerful phenomenon at the very forefront of world thought.
This ferment is the Soviet variant of the international structural-semiotic trend. Engendered during a period of precipitate "catching up.
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Les lau attendaient depuis près d'un demi-siècle l'arrivée de " gens du bout de la mer " quand Pierre Maranda débarqua un jour de jamais aucun blanc n'avait résidé parmi ces bâtisseurs d'îlots de corail, où l. Alcohol and the Indian-white relationship: the function of Alcoholics Anonymous in Coast Salish society by Louise Jilek-Aall (Book) 2 editions published between and in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Maranda, Elli Kongas. & Maranda, Pierre.Structural models in folklore and transformational essays.r/AskHistorians: The portal for public history. If you're interested in WWII, I usually recommend Ivan's War by Catherine Merridale.
It's a well-researched, fascinating look at how the Soviet Union was affected and reacted to the German invasion and the four years of conflict that followed.Semiotics and Structuralism: Readings from the Soviet Union.
Translated by William Mandel, Henryk Baran, and A. J. Hollander. Soviet Structural Folkloristics, vol. 1 (The Hague-Paris) The existence of the inner book, along with unreading or forgetting, is what makes the way we discuss books so discontinuous and heterogeneous.