Hermeneutics of Old Russian literature: Issue 18

А.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences; ex. ed. О.A. Tufanova. Мoscow,  Berlin, Directmedia Publishing, 2019. 484 p. DOI: 10.23681/499293 (In Russ.)

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Marianna V. Kaplun

The first plays of the Russian theatre and aesthetic views

of Pastor Johann Gottfried Gregory

P. 12–180

Anatoly S. Demin

Artistic semantics of the Old Russian Literary forms and figures of speech

P. 181–306


Andrey M. Ranchin

The magicians’ predictions in the Tale of bygone years

P. 307–324

Alexey A. Pautkin

On the rhetorical-didactic nature of Igor Svyatoslavich’s penitential speech
in the chronicle entry for 6693

P. 325–339

Vladimir I. Maximov

Literary-chronological notes on “The tale of the Russian land’s bane”

P. 340–354

Mikhail V. Pervushin

Attributes of “humanity” in the works of writers-monks of the Ancient Rus (15 century)

P. 355–369

Vladimir M. Kirillin

Panegyric to the intercession of the most holy Mother of God
by Anonymous Old Russian orator: text, translation and commentaries

P. 370–412

Olga A. Tufanova

Foresights of protopope Terence
in the context of the contemporaries works on Times of Troubles

P. 413–438

Daria S. Mendeleeva

Private, ceremonial and eternal in “The tale of the death of the Patriarch Joseph”

P. 439–445

Daria S. Mendeleeva

Old Russian “judicial cycle”: “The tale of Peter, Prince  Ordynsky” and “The tale of Yersh Yershovich”

P. 446–451

Natalia N. Bedina

Eschatological contents in the parabolic chronotope of “The tale of woe and misfortune”

P. 452–470

Mikhail Yu. Ljustrov

“Brave” “Lions of the North” and the “magnificent” tzar Mikhail Fedorovich
in Russian and Scandivavian literature of the 17th–18th centuries

P. 472–483