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RUSSIAN LINGUACULTURAL SUBSTRATUM IN MODERN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE FANTASY FICTION
Beloglazova E.V.



         Elena Vladimirovna Beloglazova – Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and Translation Studies at St. Petersburg State University of Economics.

E-mail: raemahet@gmail.com


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The author focuses on a new subgenre of fantasy characterized by introducing Russian linguacultural substratum into authentic English-language fiction. The article covers the specific nature of xenonymic Russisms functioning in fictional texts as compared to non-fictional texts and traces the evolution of their role in the 19th-century literature.

        Key words: Tsarpunk, fantasy, foreign linguacultural substratum, xenonym.


 
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