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The purpose of the article is to analyse the unusual, colourful world of Leskov's novel taking the presence and influence of the various subcultural circles in 19th century Russia into consideration. In comparison with the main stream of the Russian literature, the work of Leskov shows many interesting non-typical elements. One of these is his deep interest in the Apocrypha and legends inherited from the Russian medieval culture. The other is his enthusiasm about Russian icon painting, and its weaving into the plots of his novels, among these into the Zapecatlënnyj angel. What is followed in this paper is the penetration of certain motifs into the inner structure of the novel: concrete and symbolic meaning of the icon of Archangel Mikhael. The author of this paper tries to find answers to such questions as Leskov's position concerning the schismatic groups (raskolniki) and the official Russian Church: why had to convert the morally and culturally higher raskolniki to the majority religion (to the bolshinstvo)? Why does a differentiated society seem to be dangerous for Russian thought?

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The author of this paper analyzes the inner world of certain Puškin's poems (motifs, topoi, characters) taking Byron's influence and the poet's reflections on history into consideration. Puškin inherited the structure of genre, the literary character of rebellious hero and the other "obligatory" elements of romantic epical poem (exotic surroundings, nocturnal scenes, extreme emotions etc.) from Byron. A closer influence of the English pattern can be observed only in the early poems of Puškin (The Prisoner of the Caucasus, The Fountain at Bakhchisarai). But the tricks, motifs and necessary "accessories" he employs become the vehicles of increasingly meaningful thoughts which allow the genre to rise to such a level that it could keep its canonised place in the Russian literature even after the vanishing of romanticism. From the mid-1820s the historic events of the period, the repression of the Dekabrist uprising and also the new direction in Puškin's interest are reflected in his works. Among them the epical poem Poltava is considered by the experts the example of overcoming Byron's previous influence. What is followed in this paper is the treatment of the different tragic connections between power and individual by Puškin.

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The paper deals with the interpretations of the concept “сверхчеловек” in the Russian literature and philosophy of the Silver Age. The focus of the investigation is on the questions of similarities and differences between Nietzsche’s “Übermensch” and the Russian concept of “сверхчеловек” as well as the revival of the romantic cult of “demon”, i.e. the rebellious hero (from Lermontov to Dostoevsky) at the end of the 19th century. The reflections of these questions in the essays of Vl. Solov’ev, S. Znamensky, I. Annensky, and V. Ivanov are studied, and the author tries to point out the connections between the “demonic figures” of Dostoevsky and certain meanings of the concept of “сверхчеловек”.

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This study tries to give an overview of the varied connections between word and image in the calendars and other popular works (penny books, manuscript song collections) of the late Renaissance and Baroque. The author investigates the associations and influences from different fields of culture, considers ancient topoi and archetypes which underwent a great many transformations over space and time. In the first part of this paper are examined some non-traditional figures in the calendar for 1578 (Kolozsvár-Cluj, Heltai’s office) like mermaids/sirens in the role of Aquarius and Virgo, and the appearence of these figures on the painted furniture and ceiling panels of 18th -century Calvinist churches in Hungary.

The second part of this article deals with some typical title pages of calendars, edited in different printing houses of Upper Hungary (by Lorentz Brewer in Lőcse/Levoča, the serie Calendarium Tyrnaviense, Nagyszombat/Trnava) from the second half of the 17th century, and with the calendars of David Frölich, published in Breslau (Wrocław, PL) between 1623 and 1646.

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Studia Slavica
Authors:
Ivor Ripka
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Rudolf Pražák
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Ágnes Dukkon
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András Zoltán
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Péter Pátrovics

Ripka, Ivor: Zdravica profesorovi Petrovi Királyovi; Pražák, Rudolf: Emil Niederhauser - achtzigjährig; Дуккон, Агнеш: К 75-летию Жужи Зёльдхейи; Золтан, Андраш: К 75-летию Михая Петера; Золтан, Андраш: К 70-летию Аттилы Холлоша; Pátrovics, Péter: The Sixth International Book-Promotion of Slavistics

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Studia Slavica
Authors:
István Fried
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Ágnes Dukkon
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Zsuzsanna Zöldhelyi-Deák
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Edit Dési

Kulturelle Nachbarschaft. Zur Konjunktur eines Begriffs. Klagenfurt-Wien-Ljubljana-Sarajevo 2002. 301 S. (Фрид, И.); A. S. Puschkin (1799-1837). Beiträge zum 200. Geburtstag des russischen Nationaldichters. Regensburg 2003. 114 S. (Дуккон, А.); Софья Гурвич-Лищинер,Творчество Александра Герцена и немецкая литература. Очерки и материалы. Deutsch-russische Literaturbeziehungen Forschungen und Materialen. Frankfurt am Main 2001. 349 S. (Зёльдхейи-Деак, Ж.); Л. Н. Назарова, Воспоминания о Пушкинском доме. Санкт-Петербург. 2004. 507 с. (Зёльдхейи-Деак, Ж.); Ferenc Havas, A marrizmus-szindróma. Sztálinizmus és nyelvtudomány. Budapest 2002. 452 с. (Дейши, Э.);

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Studia Slavica
Authors:
Tamás Fábics
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Denise Atanasova-Sokolova
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István Lukács
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Alla Gračëva
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Živka Koleva-Zlateva
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Ágnes Dukkon

О. Н. Трубачёв.Этногенез и культура древнейших славян. Лингвистические исследования ( Фабич, Т. ); Sub Rosa: In honorem Lenae Szilard - Сборник в честь Лены Силард (Атанасова-Соколова, Д. ); Fried István, A névadás lehetségessége (Lukács, I. ); Каталин Сёке,Судьба без судьбы: Проблемы поэтики Алексея Ремизова (Грачева, А.); Клара Адягаши, Ранние русские заимствования тюркских языков Волго-Камского ареала. Часть I. Этимологический справочник (Колева-Златева Ж. ); Zoltán András, Oláh Miklós Athila című munkájának XVI. századi lengyel és fehérorosz fordítása (Дуккон, А. )

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Studia Slavica
Authors:
István Nyomárkay
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András Zoltán
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István Fried
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Johannes Reinhart
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István Lukács
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Ágnes Dukkon
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György Eisemann
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Zsuzsa Kalafatics
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Danuše Kšicová

Király Péter, A kelet-közép-európai helyesírások és irodalmi nyelvek alakulása. A Budai Egyetemi Nyomda kiadványainak tanulságai, 1777-1848 (Dimensiones Culturales et Urbariales Regni Hungariae 3). Nyíregyháza, 2003. 667 S. ( Nyomárkay, I.); Ronald O. Richards, The Pannonian Slavic Dialect of the Common Slavic Proto-Language: The View from Old Hungarian. Los Angeles: University of California, Program in Indo-European Studies, 2003 (= UCLA Indo-European Studies, vol. 2), 234 p. ( ?????? ? .); Oberungarn (Slowakei) in der Wiener Zeitschriften des Vormärz ( 1805-1848 ) . Blicke auf eine Kulturlandschaft der Vormoderne. Versuch einer kritischen Bestandaufnahme der Beiträge über die historische Region und ihre kulturellen Verbindungen zu Wien. Hg. Gertraud Marinelli-König. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2004. 780 S. (????, ?.) ; Vladimir Gvozden, Jovan Ducic putopisac. Ogled iz imagologije. Novi Sad: Svetovi, 2003. 287 p. (????, ?.) ; Slavomir Sambunjak, Jezik i stil hrvatskih glagoljskih prenja. (Književni krug. Biblioteka znanstvenih djela 107.) Split, 2000. 450 S. (Reinhart, J.); Lokös István, Nemzettudat és regény [Nacionalna svijest i roman]. Debrecen, 2004. 500 p. (Lukács, I.); ?. ?. ??????, ?????? ???????? ????????? ? ????? ? ???????? ???? ?????. ??? ?????????. ??????: «?????», 2003. 909 ???. (??????, ?.) ; ??????? ?????????-????, ???? ????????? ?????????????? ? ?????????? ???????? ??????? ?????????? (??? ???). (Vorträge und Abhandlungen zur Slavistik, 46. Hrsg. von P. Thiergen.) München: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2004. 130 S. (Dukkon, Á-); Ösvények Turgenyev és Dosztojevszkij muvészi világához(Szövegelemzés, irodalomelmélet). Párbeszéd-kötetek 1. Szerk. Kroó Katalin. Budapest: ELTE Eötvös Kiadó, 2004. 250 p. ( ??????? ?.) ; Szoke Katalin, Álommúzeum. Írások a XX. századi orosz irodalomról. Budapest: Gondolat, 2003. ( ?????????, ?.); Mária Gyöngyösi, A. Blok und die deutsche Kultur. Novalis, Heine, Nietzsche, Wagner. Vergleichende Studien zu den Slavischen Sprachen und Literaturen, Band 9. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, Europäisher Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2004. 145 p. (Kšicová,D.);

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