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Relevance of the problem: the article deals with the literary text structure studying as the conceptual domain. Literary text is identified as knowledge format of writer’s worldview projection. The literary conceptual domain is structured as a unit of literary concepts which consist of literary subconcepts. Objective: to identify the specific features of the literary conceptual domain as knowledge format of writer’s worldview projection and analyse the literary concept named “Russian landscape” represented in the novel “World and Peace” by L. Tolstoy as one of the most important concepts in the literary conceptual domain of this roman in Russian and English. Methods: cognitive-hermeneutical modeling, context analysis. Scientific novelty: the cognitive-comparative model of literary conceptual domain is represented as knowledge format. The specific features of the literary concept named “Russian landscape” represented in the novel “World and Peace” by L. Tolstoy are identified. The tendencies. Results: the literary conceptual domain consists of literary concepts which include literary subconcepts. Nominative fields of literary concepts and literary subconcepts are the units of different types nominates. The literary concept named “Russian landscape” has complicated structure. The nominative field of the literary concept named “Russian landscape” transformed at the interpreting from Russian into English. Practical significance: the material of this scientifical development can be successfully applied at the lecture and practical causes by cognitive linguistics, text theory, text modeling, and translation studies.

literary conceptual domain, literary concept, writer’s worldview projection, knowledge format, nominative field
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