VERBAL PERFECTIONS IN THE LIBERTY OF LOVE KARAVELOV
Keywords:phraseological combination, verbal paraphrases, stylistic effect
In Bulgarian linguistic literature, verbal paraphrases are regarded as stable word combinations with a constant and variable component. Phraseology examines them as persistent phrases that are a debatable issue in the discipline. Verbal paraphrases are called differently - verb-noun combinations, noun combinations, serial stable combinations, etc. Note the verbs that most often form phraseological combinations and the ability to replace the phrase with a verb form. The subject of the article is the verbal paraphrases in fiction of Luben Karavelov and their role in the style of the creator. The look at verbal paraphrases in the earlier stages of language development, and in the specialized use of artistic speech, is undoubtedly conditioned by the initial stage of the work of Lyuben Karavelov, 60's - 70's of the XIX century, which is largely determines the further role of linguistic and literary forms. It is no coincidence that L. Karavelov was called "the father of the new Bulgarian literature" (P. Pondev). From a stylistic point of view it is a verb paraphrase, so the most accurate name is verbal (verb) paraphrases.