Structural organization and features of the use of multi-component complex sentences in the novel «On the humble field» by Valerii Shevchuk
The article is devoted to the analysis of the structure and functioning of multi-component compound sentences in Valerii Shevchuk's speech. The novel "On the Humble Field" will serve as the research material. Since in modern linguistics there are still no scientific investigations, the subject of which was the analysis of multi-component complex sentences in Valerii Shevchuk's artistic texts, our research is relevant.
The goal of the article is to characterize the structural organization of multi-component compound sentences revealed in the novel "On the Humble Field" by Val. Shevchuk, to carry out their classification, to consider the peculiarities of the use of these constructions in the context of the work. In order to realize the specified goal, the following tasks must be solved: 1) identify the multi-component compound sentences recorded in the novel "On the Humble Field"; 2) analyze the structure of these sentences; 3) to classify the detected multi-component compound sentences; 4) trace the functioning of these sentences in the analyzed work.
As a result of examining the syntactic parameters of Valery Shevchuk's language production, there was revealed the use of complex constructions, in particular multi-component compound sentences. There was carried out the classification of these constructions by the method of modeling subordinating parts and their connections, three main varieties were distinguished: complex subordinate clauses with sequential subordination, complex subordinate clauses with subordination: homogeneous and heterogeneous, the most - with sequential subordination. In the novel "On the Humble Field" written by Val. Shevchuk multi-component complex sentences have different stylistic load. Often they characterize various circumstances under which events take place, depict nature. It was noticed that multi-component complex sentences often express the psychological state of the characters.
As a result of the analysis, it was found that in his works Val. Shevchuk actively uses multi-component compound sentences, among which compound sentences with sequential subordination are the most common. It was noticed that the writer most often uses these multi-component complex constructions with pictorial and emotional-expressive load.
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