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Luke believed that this was the true test of music. As long as it could do that, could make someone feel something physically profound, it was praiseworthy.
The piece finished. Luke turned off the radio. He sat back in his seat and let the sounds resonate in his head in the silence of the night. With a sigh of content, he opened the glove compartment and removed a 38 caliber gun and a box of bullets.
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Audio cinema narration is researched in the context of multilingual- ism, due to its importance as one of the most significant components for postmodern poetics of the game-novel, representing abstracts and remarks in French, Spanish and Latin on the main English language sounding back- ground in the original. The most interesting feature of the novel audio code is its diverse multilingual structure.
This work presents the result of compara- tive-contrastive analysis of the novel and the movie for the first time.
The arti- cle covers the sounding text realization issue in the literary work, language collaboration functions and the screen representation strategies. Brown belongs to the genre of game-novels, common in postmodern literature, due to its synthetic nature.
The text is an instrument of expression of cultural elements painting, sculpture, literature, music, etc. One of the productive cognitive techniques found by the director is the introduction of the multilingualism phenomenon to the narrative film structure. Within the study there were used such research methods as comparative-contrastive literature and cinematographic analysis, linguistic analysis, situational and cultural- philosophical analysis.
In the context of intermedia, such codes are formed by the use of ecphrases - material cultural objects. A part of a literary work, ecphrases are symbols or mediums, by which the author creates a mosaic structure of the text, which is the leading feature of a post-modern work of art. Language can also be considered as a code constituting the canvas text written and sounded.
The expressiveness of such code is enhanced with multilingualism and lies in several languages combining. A multilingual canvas of the analysed work can be viewed as a vast palette of language situations that unite its members with a communicative intention.
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This term refers to certain limits, within which statements are subject to given context rules. Here every language, being a self-semiotic system, sets the framework within which the statements are realized on foreign relative to the original book languages: French, Spanish, Latin.
Switching from one language to another brings an aesthetic function and creates multi-discourse space into novels and cinematic narrative. Multi-discourse penetrates into all of the other layers of text generated by audio and visual codes in the novel and its film version .
Symbolically they can be divided into film, audio and text codes. They are all interrelated and complementary, but the main role is played by the elements of the text, through which the variety of linguistic code is embodied.
Nikonova that they have been negotiated through complex and diverse translational processes. So, we can say that multilingualism and a film are very interconnected in functional point of fact, as far as they were developing simultaneously: Discussion of Results In the analyzed screen version, foreign languages are a means of incorporating different linguacultural ciphers and complicating semiotic space of culture.
On the screen, a foreign language acts as cultural code. The use of different languages for sounding of text focuses not only on the demonstration of national identity, but also aims to show the variability of the encoding. Living and dead languages, and processing communication between the characters, become the instruments of encoding and decoding of the information transmitted.
French language French surpasses other foreign languages, as implemented mainly in the dialogues of the French. In the novel, unlike in the film version, French is rare. Thus in the book, there are fragments in French: In the original version of the work, none of the mentioned fragments is accompanied by a footnote or a comment at the end of the book, setting the intersemiotic intention. The only thing that distinguishes the text visually is itsitalic font.
The motion picture is replete with French speech. All dialogues, when only the French speak, are implemented in their native language.
Extended French dialogues are realized among representatives of law enforcement agencies in Paris: When in the picture area there are characters present who are not native French speakers, the conversation is conducted in English. Besides the dialogues, in the film version of the novel there are flashback pictures in French devoted to the recollections of Sophie's past, in particular, about her life and relationship with Jacques Sauniere.
In this way, Sophie recollects in French the death of her parents and younger brother This text, like a voice-over, can be identified as an internal or monologuous discourse, since it is revealed only in the mind of the character and appears to the audience in a retrospective view.
However, the Francophone implementation of such memories in the film does not correspond to the author's intention. In some cases in the screen version, there appear fragments in French which do not exist in the novel, even in English, for example, the conversation between Bezu Fache and Sophie Neveu, at their first meeting However, in the film, there are also phrases that repeat those existing in the novel: Je suis absente pour le moment, mais This compression can be explained by the natural conditions of the implementation of sounded text to space in the movie.
Spanish language There are only 5 Spanish expressions in the novel. Spanish outlines the narrow circle of his carrier, marking the nationality of the heroes.
We can say that for them it is a common language, not only in its linguistic and communicative aspects, but also in terms of common ground in the context of the novel plot problems. In the novel, Aringarosa refers to Silas in Spanish only once: Nikonova the implementation of the communicative function of the Spanish language in the novel, though the answer to the question was in English original.
After this phrase and with the new name acquisition, Silas closed the path to his past, which from that moment is only a bad memory. Secondly, the identifying language function can be judged by the use of Spanish speech in intrapersonal communication.
In the description of the last hero, Brown also adds a phrase in Spanish, which is not pronounced out loud but in the mind of the character: This expression shows Silas being lost in the human world and the realization of his uselessness. In the screen version, Spanish language is presented three times. It appears twice in the flashbacks devoted to Silas's past, where Aringarosa a priest at that time pronounces short phrases when the temple is robbed and the priest is attacked.
Latin language Third linguistic-semiotic space is included in the screen version by an ample use of words, phrases and expressions in Latin. It lies in the fact that the novel characters explain certain contextual realities by the use of terms in Latin, for example, sub rosa, cruciare, PHI .Luke believed that this was the true test of music.
By Dirk Delabastita. When a police officer investigating his case turns up dead, Nathan realizes that everyone he holds dear could be next. Spanish, a living language, is used as a marker of the past, while Latin, a dead language, is used to mark the present. That chill ran up his spine, the kind of chill he always got when hearing brilliant works of music. As Langdon and gifted French cryptologist Sophie Neveu sort through the bizarre riddles, they are stunned to discover a trail of clues hidden in the works of Leonardo da Vinci—clues visible for all to see and yet ingeniously disguised by the painter.
Here are just a few to make the point. The arti- cle covers the sounding text realization issue in the literary work, language collaboration functions and the screen representation strategies.