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SRJ 1957-1962 Slovar' russkogo jazyka. AN SSSR. Moskva: Gosudarstvennoe Izdatel'stvo Inostrannyx i Nacional'nyx Slovarej. Wierzbicka, Anna 1972 Semantic Primitives. Frankfurt a. Main: Athenäum. 1980 Lingua Mentalis. Sydney: Athenäum. 28 Anna Wierzbicka 1992a 1992b 1994a 1994b (forthc. a) (forthc. N. 1977 Semantics, Culture and Cognition: Universal Human Concepts in Culture-Specific Configurations. New York: Oxford University Press. Talking about emotions: Semantics, culture and cognition. Cognition and Emotion [Special issue on basic emotions] 6 (3/4): 285319.
Fedotov 1982 (1938): 103). This shading of intensity is in keeping with the informants' prevailing view that if, for example, their own dog died they would be more likely to feel petal' then grust', but if a friend's dog died they would be more likely to feel grust' lhan petal'. In the literature on human emotions, the situation often adduced as the prototypical situation of "sadness" is that of one's child (or other beloved person) dying. In Russian, grust' would not be normally linked with such a situation.
34 Henrietta Mondry and John R. Taylor Citations from Russian novelists and poets are prominent. Dostoevsky, with his well-known striving for "psychological realism" (Frank 1986), and Tolstoy, with his inner monologues, his moralism and spiritual self-searching, not surprisingly provide a rich source of quotations documenting the verbalisation of inner feelings; the question, however, arises of how representative these quotations are for the everyday discourse of ordinary Russians, either in the nineteenth or the twentieth century.
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