M. Lomonosov’s Two Rhetorics and German Oratory Tradition

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M. Lomonosov’s works “Brief Guide to Rhetoric” (1744) and “Brief Guide to Eloquence” (1748) are an integral part of 18th century Russian cultural, humanitarian, scientific, and philological discourse. The former was never published during M. Lomonosov’s lifetime, as G. Miller from Russian Academy of Sciences wrote an unfavorable review on the book and recommended to carry out a revision of the text. A new variant, significantly reworked and expanded, was published under a different title in 1748. These two rhetorics by M. Lomonosov constitute the first East European original research in oratory.Influence of innovative European science on M. Lomonosov’s views in natural science and in philology has been thoroughly studied in the framework of Germanistics. M. Lomonosov’s longtime probation in Marburg under supervision of Chr. Wollf and his acquaintance with J. Chr. Gottsched’s chief works on grammar, poetics, and rhetoric had a great impact on the Russian scholar and his position regarding the native language
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Название основной публикацииSprachen verbinden
Подзаголовок основной публикацииBeiträge der 24. Linguistik- und Literaturtage, Brno/Tschechien, 2016
Место публикацииHamburg
ИздательVerlag Dr. Kovač
ISBN (печатное издание)978-3-8300-9698-6
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2018



Filippov, K., & Filippov, A. (2018). M. Lomonosov’s Two Rhetorics and German Oratory Tradition. В Sprachen verbinden : Beiträge der 24. Linguistik- und Literaturtage, Brno/Tschechien, 2016 (Том 6, стр. 445-454). Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovač.