Periodical (Journal)

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Journal Philological Class

Aim & Scope

Philological Class is a peer reviewed scientific-methodological journal publishing research outcomes in literary studies, linguistics and methods of teaching philological disciplines in higher and secondary school, reviews of scientific-methodological events, monographs and teaching aids. The goal of Philological Class is to facilitate the impact of academic research results upon higher and secondary education, and their implementation in practical teaching, which would ensure the formation of the uniform system of humanitarian education. Four issues of the journal are published yearly (in March, June, October and December). Articles in Russian, German and French are accepted for publication in the journal. All articles should be accompanied by extended abstracts, keywords and information about the author(s) in Russian and English. [1]

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2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3
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A diachronic description of the rhetoric of the 18th century

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 9-19.

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The character of a loafer in the works by I. Beer, J. von Eichendorff and I. Goncharov

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 20-33.

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Connotative potential of deanthroponymic semi-suffixes in German

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 34-47.

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Proverbial representation of figurative intertextuality in the Slovak press

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 48-58.

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Category of eventfulness in interdiscourse

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 59-76.

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Linguocultural image of Iran as a constantly changing cognitive space in Russian language world picture

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 77-86.

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The novel by V. F. Odoevsky “The year 4338: Petersburg letters” as an illustration of the idea of a new art

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 87-95.

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The “Resonant space” of the Russian classic novel: N. S. Leskov’s “Neglected people” and F. M. Dostoevsky’s “The idiot”

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 96-104.

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The lyrical works of Lydia Khaindrova: motif specificity and artistic genealogy

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 105-114.

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The theme of “Hermitage” in Samuel Johnson’s essay “The vision of Theodore, the hermit of Teneriffe, found in his cell”

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Philological Class , 2022 - VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3 , pp 115-124.

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