RETHORYCS OF NARRATIVE ABOUT SEWERYN NALYWAIKO BY PATHELEIMON KULISH

  • Rayisa Tkhoruk
Keywords: Cossack myth, ideology, biography, periphrases, drama, wolf metaphor, topic, fiction space and time, Volyn text

Abstract

Narrative about military fame of Seweryn Nalywaiko and version of his literary biography in drama Tsar Nalywai are an episode in Cossack wars against troops of nobility which are interpreted by Pantheleimon Kulish to be a fight of forces of freedom/anarchy and civilization/order on the Ukrainian territory. Analyzed vehicles of periphrases, metaphor of wolf and principle of opposition (Zolkiewskyj / Nalywaiko) the writer have used as ideological accents and myth reconstruction. Fiction interpolations into narrative of historical events are markers of turbulent intentions to rethinking main theme and topic of Cossack narrative because of pressing of new humanistic ideals of modernity (violence, plundering, hard drinking).

Published
2019-04-26
How to Cite
Tkhoruk, R. (2019). RETHORYCS OF NARRATIVE ABOUT SEWERYN NALYWAIKO BY PATHELEIMON KULISH. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, (4(72), 168-171. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/2142