ON THE TOPIC OF NOMINATIVE SYMBOLISM (AN OVERVIEW OF CHARLES DICKENS’S “MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT”)
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Literary names have long been in the focus of attention by linguists, onomasts, linguo-cultural specialists, etc., with the clear idea that the creation of a literary image is closely related to the name an author chooses for them. Therefore, this paper aims at revealing the symbolism of proper names in literature, and more precisely in the two-volume novel “Martin Chuzzlewit1” by Charles Dickens. Proper names are hereby considered significant in completing the image of characters in the novel, thus developing certain features embedded in personages themselves.
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