This article analyzes the spatial-temporal code of lingua-culture as one of the components of the general cognitive-matrix model of the structure of the concept "London" in the literary and regional work of Peter Ackroyd "London: The Biography". This approach implements integration of cognitive-matrix modeling of the structure of the concept and the system of codes of lingua-culture (anthropomorphic, temporal, vegetative, spiritual, social, chemical, etc.) The space-time code of the concept "London" is presented as a system of conceptual metaphors, reflecting various aspects of the space-time continuum of a given metropolis: 1) London as a labyrinth of time (MEASURE OF TIME), historical analogies with ancient cities(BABYLON, ROME, JERUSALEM); 2) City in periods: TROUBLED TIMES (A SOLID WALL OF FIRE, OVERHEATED CITY, CITY IN TEARS, TRIPLE TREE) / HOLY TIMES (HEAVENLY GATES, LAND FROM GOLGOTHA, AURA OF HOLY TIME, ELIXIR OF LIFE); 3) London as a labyrinth of space (WATER OBJECTS: A SEA, AN OCEAN, THE THAMES, NIAGARA; LABYRINTH HALF OF STONE, HALF OF FLESH); 4) London time as a prison (TIME TURNS INTO PRISON, TIME IS NOT REDEEMABLE, NOT TIME-SPARED MONUMENTS).This study reveals the author's intention to present London as the metropolitan continuum that evolves in space and time, physically expressed by “vague buzz of the time itself… It impresses more than the roar of a storm or a waterfall, for there is a presence of human’s will and conscious movement in it”.
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Nisan 2018
|EndNote||%0 International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences THE CONCEPT “LONDON” AS A TEMPORAL CODE OF LINGUOCULTURE IN THE LITERARY AND REGIONAL WORK OF PETER ACKROYD “LONDON: THE BIOGRAPHY” %A Sultan Kaliev , Batima Zhumagulova %T THE CONCEPT “LONDON” AS A TEMPORAL CODE OF LINGUOCULTURE IN THE LITERARY AND REGIONAL WORK OF PETER ACKROYD “LONDON: THE BIOGRAPHY” %D 2018 %J IJASOS- International E-journal of Advances in Social Sciences %P 2411-183X-2411-183X %V 4 %N 10 %R doi: 10.18769/ijasos.417808 %U 10.18769/ijasos.417808|