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「状況変化」の観点からの18 世紀から19 世紀のロシア文学作品における完了体副動詞シノニム形の分析

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  • АНАЛИЗ СИНОНИМИЧНЫХ ФОРМ ДЕЕПРИЧАСТИЙ СОВЕРШЕННОГО ВИДА С ТОЧКИ ЗРЕНИЯ «ИЗМЕНЕНИЕ СИТУАЦИИ» В РУССКИХ ЛИТЕРАТУРНЫХ ПРОИЗВЕДЕНИЯХ XVIII – XIX ВЕКОВ

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In modern Russian grammar, converb does not have tense, voice, mood, but aspect. Russian converb of the perfective aspect formed from the present-tense stem(PSPR), which is now seldom made use of, prevailed in 18th - 19th century in parallel with converb of the perfective aspect formed from the past-tense stem(PSPA):Uvide-v(PSPA)/ Uvid-ja(PSPR)mat’, Anton vstal.(Seeing his mother, Anton got up.)Previous studies could not have elucidated the contextual difference between PSPR and PSPA. As a method for investigating this issue, we propose to look at frequency of use of two converbs in “change of situation”, focusing on the emotional impact of “change of situation”. We analyze 1479 converbs(229 PSPR and 1250 PSPA)from 23 Russian 19th - 20th century literary works. The result of our study indicates that PSPR is used more frequently in “change of situation” than PSPA. The change of situation occurs most prominently at the peak of narrative. An author is more interested in, or, pays more attention to, the change of situation. “Change of situation” is one of the important factors that embodies foreground. Previous studies have recognized converb as material, which is always presented as background. But we show that PSPR is susceptible to the change of situation, which characterizes foreground.

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