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The article focuses on the conceptual analysis of the negative emotions and feelings in the context of literary corporality in english modernist small prose (short stories of Virginia Woolf and David H. Lawrence).

Key words: human body, emotions, feelings, corporality, literary text, conceptual metaphor, conceptual metonymy, conceptual analysis, V Woolf, D. H. Lawence.

   

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[10-12], / BODY IS A CONTAINER FOR THE EMOTIONS [12, c. 202-206] - / MIND-AS-BODY [10].

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, : ANGER / RAGE 21 %, FEAR 17 %, UNHAPPINESS / GRIEF 16 %, WORRY / ANXIETY 12 %, NO EMOTIONS / INDIFFERENCE 11 %, . : DISPAIR / DISAPPOINTEMENT 6 %, IRRITATION 4 %, SHAME 3,5 %, OFFENCE 3 %, DISCONTENT 2, 5 %, JEALOUSY 2 %, CONTEMPT 1 %, GUILT 0,5 %.

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/ HUMAN BODY, , / HEART, / BLOOD, () / BODY (FLESH), / BREAST, / FACE, / EYES, / LIPS, / BROWS, / BELLY, / WOMB, / FEET,

/ ORGANS OF BREATH, / HEAD, / THROAT,

(, , ) / HANDS (FINGERS, WRISTS, FISTS).

/ HEART, / BLOOD () / BODY (FLESH).

/ HEART , (.: . [5]), , . , ISBN 978-966-551-330-8. . 10. 2013 (heat in the heart, bleeding heart, fluttering heart, heart beat, heart halt, pang in the heart, pinch in ones heart), . (heart) , closed gates of ones heart, (snake in ones heart) , (melting heart) (heart of stone), (sinking heart), (burden on ones heart), (wicked heart, death of ones heart), (coldness in ones heart) (no heart).

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/ HEAT IN THE HEART : () / ANGER (RAGE), / OFFENCE, / OFFENCE, :

HEAT IN THE HEART stands for ANGER / RAGE, : The flae sprang out of the orerlys heart, nearly suffocating him [20, c. 14];

HEAT IN THE HEART stands for OFFENCE, :

She allowed herself to be kissed. Her cheek was wet under his lips, and hisheartburne.

Shehurthisoeeply [23, c. 148]; Again the servantsheartranhot, and he could not breathe. ith dark, strained eyes, he looked at the officer [20, c. 7];

HEAT IN THE HEART stands for JEALOUSY, : His heart was gettinghotter [23, c. 161].

/ BLEEDING HEART () / UNHAPPINESS / GRIEF. BLEEDING HEART stands for UNHAPPINESS / GRIEF . . , (England, my England): So she prayed beside the bed of her child. And like the Mother with the seven swords in her breast, slowly herheartofprieanpassionieinherbreast,bleeingaway. Slowly itie,bleeingaway, and she turned to the Church for comfort, to Jesus, to the Mother of God, but most of all, to that great and enduring institution, the Roman Catholic Church. []. But in her soul she died, her heartofprieanpassionanesirebletoeath, [15, c. 18].

/ FLUTTERING HEART , , , . FLUTTERING HEART stands for EMOTIONAL PAIN (UNHAPPINESS), : Her heartbegantoflutter;

she wasinpain [19, c. 179]; Suddenly hisheartbegantolurch. It gave a great, sickly swoop, rose, and again plunged in a swoop of horror [22, c. 25].

/ HEART BEAT () / WORRY (ANXIETY) / FEAR, :

HEART BEAT stands for WORRY / ANXIETY, : The officers heartwasplunging [20, c. 7];

HEART BEAT stands for FEAR, : At the last word, the heart of the servant leaptwithaflash, and he felt the strength come over his body [20, c. 13].

ISBN 978-966-551-330-8. . 10. 2013 / HEART HALT / WORRY /

FEAR. :

HEART HALT stands for WORRY, : Elizabeths hearthalte aoent. Then it surged on again, almost suffocating her [18, c. 193];

HEART HALT stands for FEAR: My heartstoostill [14, c. 90].

/ PANG IN THE HEART, PINCH IN ONES

HEART / FEAR ANXIETY / :

PANG IN THE HEART stands for FEAR, :

He knew, and a greatpangoffear went throughhisheart [20, c. 17];

PINCH IN ONES HEART stands for ANXIETY, : Egbert left the message and came cycling swiftly home, hisheartpinchewithanxiety [15, c. 13].

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, / CLOSED GATES OF ONES HEART / GRIEF, CLOSED GATES OF ONES HEART stand for GRIEF. : And yet the gatesofherheart ansoulhashut in his face with a slow, resonant clang, shuttinghioutforever [15, c. 18], .

/ SNAKE IN ONES HEART / FRUSTRATION (SNAKE IN ONES HEART stands for FRUSTRATION), : The senseoffrustration and futility, likesoeslow,torpisnake,slowlybitrightthrough hisheart [15, c. 19], .

/ HEAVY HEART, , , / GUILT (HEAVY HEART stands for GUILT), : Lois heart washeavyaslea. She felt her lover wasguilty [16, c. 138], / DOWN, , DOWN IS UNHAPPY.

/ WICKED HEART () / UNHAPPINESS (GRIEF), GRIEF), ), WICKED HEART stands for UNHAPPINESS / GRIEF : Then with the empty house around him at night, all the empty rooms, he felthisheartgowicke. The senseoffrustrationanfutility [] [15, c. 19].

/ DEATH OF ONES HEART (DEATH OF ONES HEART stands for GRIEF), : As she sat by the bed of her poor, tortured little child, tortured with the agony of the knee, and [] shefeltherheartkilleangoingcolinher breast [15, c. 18].

/ MELTING HEART / SINKING HEART (. . ) / FEAR, : Our hearts elteaway, our legs broke, we thought to die. The breath of the wretch filled the chapel [14, c. 89]; Joes heartsank withpurefear [17, c. 69].

/ COLDNESS IN ONES HEART,

/ NO HEART / HEART OF STONE

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() / INDIFFERENCE, / DISPAIR, :

COLDNESS IN THE HEART stands for INDIFFERENCE, : No, she said, and her heartwascol, her soul kept rigid [21, c. 126];

NO HEART stands for ABSENCE OF POSITIVE EMOTIONS / INDIFFERENCE: He hanoheart, no fundamental kindness, only a veneer of friendliness [27, c. 52];

HEART OF STONE stands for INDIFFERENCE: Its my belief youvegota heartofstone, for youve trod on it again [24, c. 30];

HARDENED HEART stands for DISPAIR: hen Egbert saw his little girl limping horribly, [], hisheartagainharenewithchagrin, like steel that is tempered again [15, c. 20]; HARD HEART stands for DISILLUSION: His heart was harwithisillusion: a continual gnawing and resistance [15, p. 1].

/ BLOOD, , : () / ANGER (RAGE), / JEALOUSY, / SHAME, / ANXIETY, / GRIEF, / FEAR, / FRUSTRATION, / IRRITATION .. , , / BLOOD, , - (heat in the blood, the rise of blood pressure, tension in ones veins) (watery blood, corroded blood, poisoned blood, switching off of blood).

/ HEAT IN THE BLOOD / ANGER / JEALOUSY:

HEAT IN THE BLOOD stands for ANGER/RAGE, : Her bloo flaewithragewhen the common soldiers made the long, sucking, kissing noise behind her as she passed [22, c. 31]; To see the soldiers young, brown, shapely peasants hand grasp the loaf or the wine-bottle sentaflashofhateorofangerthroughtheeleransbloo [20, c. 3];

HEAT IN ONES BLOOD stands for JEALOUSY, : It moved him more strongly than was comfortable, to have her hand on his shoulder, her curls dangling and touching his ears, whilst she was roused to another man. It aetheblooflae overhi [23, c. 152].

/ THE RISE OF BLOOD PRESSURE

/ ANGER, / WORRY,

/ FEAR, / GRIEF:

BLOOD PRESSURE stands for ANGER: His angerrose,fillingtheveins in his throat [21, c.128]; The bloocaeupintohisneckanface, he stood motionless, dangerous [23, c.148];

BLOOD RUSH stands for WORRY: He could not make out a single word; but there could be only one interpretation: the scoundrel had asked her to become his mistress. Alone in his room! The bloorushetoGilbertClanonsface [26, c. 134];

BLOOD PRESSURE IN ONES HEAD stands for HORROR: All his bloo seee to be artingancreepinginhishea [20, p. 18];

BLOOD PRESSURE stands for SUFFERING/GRIEF: Again she felt the painfulsweepofherbloo, and she put her hand to her side, saying aloud, Good gracious! [18, c. 191];

BLOOD PRESSURE stands for IRRITATION: She knew he was in a state of suppresseirritation. Theveinsstoooutonthebacksofhishans, his brow was drawn stiffly [23, c. 159].

/ WATERY BLOOD / SWITCHING OFF OF BLOOD ISBN 978-966-551-330-8. . 10. 2013 / UNHAPPINESS / FRUSTRATION, / POISONED BLOOD / CORRODED BLOOD / FEAR. : hat a hideous new dress! It was her own appalling inadequacy; her cowardice; her ean,watersprinklebloothatepresseher [27, c. 47]; At this, suddenly alltheblooinherboyseeetoswitchawayfroher heart [18, c. 190]; The senseoffrustrationand futility the horrible arshpoisonwentthroughhisveinsankillehi [15, c. 19]; The officer sat with his long, fine hands lying on the table, perfectly still, and allhisblooseeetobecorroing [20, c. 6].

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The article deals with the gender aspect of autobiography style in the poetry of Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath and Adrienne Rich. The style of autobiography is studied as the means of personal experience organization which represents the synthesis of biography facts and fiction and is the way to confirm womans authenticity.

Key words: autobiography style, gender, womens writing, feminine, body, womans identity, performativity.

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