The study begins with a short analysis of the way the Russian dictionaries describe the Russian word vdrug. They distinguish between vdrug as an adverb (with temporal and psychological meaning) and vdrug as a modal particle used to describe possible events. Then, on the basis of the Russian Na-tional Corpus (NCRL) and Russian lexicography, it provides a diachronic investigation of the way the use of vdrug has changed since the 16th century. The author also shows how Russian speakers express their metalinguistic awareness of the meaning of this word in literary and poetical texts of the 20th century. Finally, by exploring the parallel Italian-Russian corpus in NKRJa, it analyzes how the different contemporary meanings of vdrug have been translated into Italian and how some Italian mark-ers have been translated by vdrug. Concluding her investigation the author identifies the semantic elements of the Russian word vdrug that correspond to various markers in Italian in order to avoid semantic reduction or distortions in translation practice.
|Numero di pagine||14|
|Rivista||VESTNIK NOVOSIBIRSKOGO GOSUDARSTVENNOGO PEDAGOGIčESKOGO UNIVERSITETA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2016|
- Russian lexicography
- Russian particle vdrug
- Russian-Italian lexical contrastive analysis
- Russian-Italian parallel corpus