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Literary space

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The literary space is one of the major categories of the artistic text (along with the categories of time, modality, connectivity, etc.) and is studied by literary critics and linguists, who mark schematic heterogeneity of a literature space and a physical space. On the one hand, in a literary text all the essential properties of space as an objective existential category are reflected, on the other hand, the representation of space in each individual product is unique as the real world, passed through the perception of the person, is recreated in the form of imaginary worlds. The literary space is, actually, a transformed space having aesthetic sense and content.

Dr. Kingsly, treating the text as an object of a linguistic study, revealed categories of the text. One of them is the category of continuum, which “means continuing formation of something, i.e. an undifferentiated flow of movement in time and space…continuum can be in the most general terms imagined as a sequence of facts, events unfolding in time and space”. Time and space in a literary text are fundamentally different from similar categories of the real world: “The chronological sequence of events in a literary text is in contradiction with the real time, which is subjected to the conception of the author and only creates the illusion of temporal and spatial relations”