LANGUAGE CONCEPTS OF THE IMAGE OF UKRAINE IN IVAN PEREPELIAK’S POETRY
The article embodies the idea to explore the linguistic concepts of the image of UKRAINE in the language of Ivan Mikhailovich Perepeliak. The concept of UKRAINE, according to our research, is the semantic center of the cognotype WORLD and is represented by the paradigm of the concepts TERRITORY, NATIVE LAND, SLAVED LAND, WILL, STATEHOOD, SPIRITUAL WORLD in relation to its history and expression. For Ivan Perepeliak, the space of his native land is associated with favorite rivers, cities, villages, trees, flowers, in a word, concepts that are connected with the Ukrainian space. Therefore, in the bosom of this artistic and semantic plane, attention is focused on the love of freedom, self-affirmation of independence, the spirituality of the country as a living being. The geographical space of Ukraine is perceived by the author as a territory within modern borders and marked by an organic component of Europe. Awareness of Ukraine as a European state is marked by complexity and ambiguity in the worldview and aesthetic views of Ivan Mikhailovich Perepeliak.
2. Perepeliak I.M. (2013) Poezii ta poemy [Poetry and poems]. vol. 1. Kharkiv [in Ukrainian].
3. Perepeliak I.M. (2013) Poezii ta poemy [Poetry and poems]. vol. 2. Kharkiv [in Ukrainian].
4. Shevchenko T.H. (1981) Kobzar [Kobzar]. Kyiv [in Ukrainian].
Abstract views: 27 PDF Downloads: 20