Футуризм и фонология
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The Russian avang-garde movement of the 1910s was inspired by far-reaching ideas concerning the relation between the sound and meaning in language. An important factor in the development of those ideas was a polemical dialogue between Russian Futurists and their Italian counterparts. In the next two decades, Roman Jakobson transformed visions of early avant-garde into a comprehensive linguistic theory that had an enormous impact on theoretical linguistics and cultural studies world-wide. Poetics of Velimir Khlebnikov, which became the subject of research in the early works of Roman Jacobson had a strong and immediate influence on him.