About an epigraph of Ilia Chavchavadze’s one Verse

The Article argues that the epigraph of Ilia Chavchavaze’s verse “Worker” is not taken from a work of the outstanding Russian poet, Nekrasov, as it was considered until now, but from “Российская империя“ (“Russian Empire”), a verse by a famous poet, Revolutionary Democrat Nikoloz Ogarev.

Keywords: Ilia Chavchavadze, Epigraph of the verse “Worker”, Nikoloz Ogarev.


Georgian Literary Life in the Epoch of Social Realism from the Prism of Comparative Literature

The specifics of Soviet Literature were defined not only by the original writings of the fifteen Republics within the Soviet Union but also by the existing Translations. In the Soviet Union Translations as well as Literary Relations, just like the original literature, were being controlled by the government and it was absolutely necessary to observe the rules of Social Realism even during the Translation process.

Keywords: Social Realism; Artistic Translation; Literary Relations; Georgian Literature


Interrelation of Colchian and Koban Cultures According to Burial Constructions and Funerary Customs (Late Bronze – Early Iron Age)

The article deals with the Colchian and Koban Cultures of the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age, the interrelation of Colchian and Koban Cultures According to Burial Constructions and Funerary Customs, which has not been of particular interest sphere of research until now. 

Keywords: Colchian Culture, Koban Culture, Caucasus, Burial Constructions, Funerary Customs


Philanthropist women of the 19th century in the United States of America and Georgia: Parallels of Philanthropy

The article deals with the work of XIX century Philanthropist women and draws a parallel between the charitable and cultural-educational activities carried out by Georgian women during the same period.  

Keywords: Women Movement, Women rights, Georgia, United States of America, Charity


Vocabulary denoting Hearing-Perception in Georgian Language

The article deals with the analysis of hearing and understanding lexis in Georgian language, and the relation of analysed concepts with the process of heading-understanding and communication. The issue whether the neutral-nominative words are appropriate for Kartvelian languages and an attempt to create a full picture of generalization. 

Keywords: Lexis of Hearing, Understanding and Perceiving, Semantic Analysis, Lexical Analysis


Basil the Great on “outer wisdom” and ethical-moral principles (According to Address to Young Men on the Right Use of Greek Literature)

The article examines the attitude of Basil the Great towards pagan culture, literature. Based on a detailed analysis of the possible sources of the text, inter textual relations of Plato and Plutarch has been detected. The attempt of the Holy Father of Caesarea is to adjust to each other antique and Christian value.

Keywords: “Outer Wisdom”, Basil of Caesarea, Christianity, Plato, Plutarch


America in the 1930s and Aldous Huxley’s After Many a Summer Dies the Swan

The article deals with “After Many a Summer Dies the Swan”, the first of Aldous Huxley’s novels from his American years. It considers America seen by the writer as the best example of archetypal technocracy, which vividly manifests the influence of technological and scientific progress on human values.   

Keywords: Huxley, America, Technological, Death, Eternal


Analysis of irony in the view of speech acts

The given article is dedicated to the problems of irony interpretation and decoding in the light of speech acts theory based on the examples obtained through research that generally provides the idea of the future study of irony as a joint category of form, meaning and context.  

Keywords: irony, speech act, negative and positive intention, implicit, shared knowledge


Intercultural aspects of Lingo-didactics of contemporary German language and Georgian lingo-cultural reality

The methods of teaching a foreign language changes over the course of time and is oriented on he appropriate reality and technological development. The article deals with the general analysis of intercultural method and singles out its general characteristics; the problem is  seen in the prism of Georgian Reality and gives the prospects of the future. 

Keywords: Teaching Foreign Language, intercultural method, interaction between cultures; the school of lingo-didactics of Giesen.


The place of Word Formation in Georgian and German Linguistics based on the linguistic literature analyses

The Article deals with the Place of Word Formation in Contemporary Linguistics. Presented and analysed are the opinions of local and foreign linguists related to the matter. The article aims to show the terminological differences that were observed in Georgian and foreign linguistic literature.

Keywords: Word Formation, Types of Word Formation, Terminology of Word Formation.