THE POLISH LANGUAGE IN SOVIET RUSSIA IN THE INTERWAR PERIOD AND THE POLISH LANGUAGE IN SOVIET BELARUS (BASED ON SELECTED FEATURES OF NOUN INFLEXION) (Polish title below)
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(Polish title: Jezyk polski w Rosji Radzieckiej w okresie miedzywojennym a polszczyzna na Bialorusi Radzieckiej (na materiale wybranych zagadnien fleksji rzeczownika)). In this present paper the author makes an attempt to compare several specific features of noun inflexion excerpted from 'Trybuna Radziecka' with the adequate material from the Belarussian press published in the interwar period too. 'Trybuna Radziecka' was the Polish newspaper published in Moscow from 1927 to 1938 and edited by Polish Communists, living as political émigrés in the post-revolution Soviet Russia. The Polish language (including the language of the Polish press) in Soviet Russia was subject to two powerful mechanisms: communist propaganda and totalitarianism. The language of the Polish press is characteristic of numerous divergences in relation to general Polish especially in vocabulary (the lexical level is dominated by the Russicisms and Sovietic elements). Comaparative analysis shows that the deviations from the general Polish occurred in both sources, but the specific inflexion features are not numerous. The flexion level is arisen under the influence of foreign language system (Belarussian and Russian). All the regional features still function in the postwar Northern Borderland Polish.
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