A b s t r a k t
The paper outlines a research perspective in reference to literary grammar. A philological analysis of literary texts allows an insight into several peculiar manifestations of grammatical dynamic assuming that texts have linguistic potentiality determined by various factors. These factors include syntagmaticity, specificity of situational language use in reference to repeatable textual elements, categorization mechanisms or – in a slightly different conceptualization – textual fluidity. Examples discussed in this paper are an introduction to basic elements significant in grammar-oriented analyses. Ambiguity and redundancy are identified as two most significant issues.