Religious and military terms as a part of a vertical context in modern Northern Irish novels

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The article investigates the role of a vertical context in modern Irish prose. It is suggested that the main ideas of the novels cannot be fully interpreted without historical and cultural background information about Ireland and Northern Ireland. These pieces of information are contained in the categories of a vertical context. Military and religious terms have been distinguished and analyzed as a part of a vertical context. The analysis has revealed that military and religious lexical units help the authors to create a unique artistic spatial background connected with the Northern Ireland conflict (“the Troubles”).

Modern irish novel, vertical context, military terms, religious terms, northern ireland conflict

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IDR: 148322836   |   DOI: 10.25586/RNU.V925X.21.03.P.174

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