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Questions of teleology of art rhythm are closely related with concept of time. Objectives address the problem: to consider the relationship of aesthetic effects poetic prose associated with the manifestation of the reverse time in the story and vertical time in the architectonics of the artistic whole with literary codes. The article analyzes the aesthetic effects of poetic prose, considers the imposition of codes Hamlet’s and Macbeth’s in the plays by A.P. Chekhov and the novel by B. Pasternak Doctor Zhivago. The article analyzes the aesthetic effects of poetic prose, considers the imposition of this codes. Objectives address the problem: to consider the relationship of aesthetic effects poetic prose associated with the manifestation of the reverse time in the story and vertical time in the architectonics of the artistic whole with literary codes. In the novel of Pasternak, the Macbeth’s code in poetic prose appears in the rhythmic structure, the Hamlet’s code - in a symbolic structure. The allusion to Shakespeare’s text creates a strong voltage point between the inner dialogue with Shakespeare and something occurring in silence. Probably, the teleology of rhythm in the recent literature tematizada using these codes as the most adequate of modern European consciousness.

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