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Приложение 1Вопросы, предложенные для анализа стиха Вернера Хербста «ein wort stirbt aus»В чем, по Вашему мнению, особенность данного стихотворения? Присутствует ли в нем какая-либо закономерность?В чем, по Вашему мнению, особенность визуальной составляющей стиха? Имеет ли она какой-либо смысл?Прослеживается ли в данном литературном произведении связь с какими-либо науками?Как, по Вашему мнению, необходимо воспринимать, читать этот стих (сверху - вниз, снизу - вверх и т.д.). Обоснуйте свой выборМожно данный стих...

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