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Methodological Aspects of Study of the Literature and Art Cooperation

Author(s):Olga Shikirinskaya 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 291-302
The theory of intermediality presupposes study or interaction of different types of art in the text of an artistic work. The article deals with the formation of theoretical understanding of the peculiarities of methodology of intermedial analysis as a part of comparative literary criticism. The terminology, characteristics of literary and art connections from antiquity to postmodern, types of interactionism are considered.

Capturing the Turkish Fortress on Danube as the Decisive Factor in the Victory of Russia in the Russo-Turkish war of 1787-1791

Author(s):Ivan Tatarinov 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 303-310
During the Russian-Turkish war of 1787-1791 the fortress on the Danube were major military bases for the Turkish army. They are reliably protected the Balkans against the invading Russian troops. Based on studies of the memoirs of contemporaries and predecessors in this article refers to the importance of seizing the Turkish fortifications on the Danube in 1790. In addition, examined and identified the characteristics of each stage of the military campaign in 1790.

The Peculiarities of the Adverbs Functioning of the Dialect Spoken in the v. Shevchenkove, Kiliya district, Odessa Region

Author(s):Maryna Delyusto 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 311-318
The article gives new evidence about the adverb as a part of the grammatical system of the Ukrainian steppe dialect spread in the area between the Danube and the Dniester rivers. The author proves that the grammatical system of the dialect spoken in the v. Shevchenkove, Kiliya district, Odessa region is determined by the historical development of the Ukrainian language rather than the influence of neighboring dialects.

Intersubjective Connections in the process of Training the Future Teacher of Foreign Languages

Author(s):Yaroslav Chernyonkov 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 319-328
This research have been done as a very important step of the author’s doctoral dissertation. Intersubjective connections in the process of the professional training the future teacher of foreign languages are very important because such subjects as pedagogics, psychology, foreign language are the basic components of it. The given article deals with such aspects as the individualization and differentiation of training the future teacher of foreign languages. The author shows the results of the pedagogical experiment of the interaction of some subjects as the main instrument of the professional training of the future teacher of foreign languages at the higher educational institutions (based on Kirovograd State Pedagogical University named after Volodymyr Vynnychenko, Cherkassy National Pedagogical University named after Bogdan Khmelnytskyi, Odessa National University named after I.I. Mechnikov).

The Floral Symbol in the Poetry of Heinrich Heine

Author(s):Aleksandra Chepelyk 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 329-339
The article is devoted the plant symbolics which became the inalienable constituent of the original creation of Heinrich Heine. The distinctive traits of the artist’s lyric poetry are floral images, which are able to reflect the psychology of the human soul in the correlation with the spiritual substance – the divine nature. The immersion of Heinrich Heine in the world of the plants was conducived to the activation of the special emotional and psychological loading with the purpose of the comprehension of the internal experience of the lyric subject, represented in the sensory perceptible figurative, sound and visual landscapes.

The Perspective of the Development of the Vinous Tourism in the Ukrainian Danube

Author(s):Margarita Diduh 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 340-350
Viniculture is the traditional branch of the specialization of the agriculture of the Ukrainian Danube. Technology of the production of the wine by different ethnic groups can be traced here. It creates the favorable ground for the development of the vinous tourism in the context of the unique agroclimatic conditions of the territory.

The Place of the Name IVAN in Mikhail Kuzminís Prose

Author(s):Victoria Shyrokova 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 351-356
As well as the appearance of the main character, the name plays the key role in covering the content of a literary work. Mikhail Kuzmin’s prose gives us a wide range of material for research. However, despite the fact that there exist some works about the structure and the meaning of the names of the main characters, there are no researches in the role and the meaning of the name Ivan. Our report consists of two sections: a) the description of the name in two writer’s novels, b) the course of this choice.

Integrated Way of Preparation of Future Specialists of Socionomic Sphere to Projecting of Professional Activity

Author(s):Olena Bila 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 357-363
This article presents how to prepare future specialists of socionomic realm (as social teachers, education managers) to projecting activity. Main attention is paid to conceptual bases of preparation students to development and realization of projects of professional activity on stage of their studying at universities. Following article identify the meaning and entity of complex way of organization educational process of students (undergoing practical training).

Subjective Literary Critic Ė Personal Reasons for the Similiarity of O. Wilde and M. Kuzminís Aesthetic Views

Author(s):Olena Kolmykova
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 191-201
The psychotypes of the modernist critics O. Wilde and M. Kuzmin are under investigation in the presented article. The author distinguishes the main features of characters and the cultural environment of the English and the Ukrainian literary critics that influenced the creative personalities of O. Wilde and M. Kuzmin and explain the similarity of the writers’ aesthetic views.
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