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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2018,  № 4 (142), 989–999

UDK 394.2:[398.8(=161.2):7.089](477)”199/20”

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2018.04.989

Received 07.05.2018


Trebyk Olga – State University of Telecommunications.

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 Abstrakt. Structural-compositional analysis of twenty five actual cumulative included fairy–tales is carried out in the article. An analysis of fairy tales according to their plot, determined by the Aarne–Thompson index, is presented. According to the features of the inclusion of characters, fabulous cumulative structures with the included cumulation are divided into two main categories: implicit included cumulation and explicit included cumulation.

 Keywords: cumulative fairy tale, explicitincluded cumulation, implicit included cumulation, included cumulation, fair–ytale story


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