About the author:
Victoria V. Nikultseva, PhD in Philology, Docent, Head of Department of Social, Humanitarian and General Legal Disciplines, Moscow University of Finance and Law MFUA, Vvedensky 1 a, 117342 Moscow, Russia.
The article provides a linguopoetic analysis of the poem by Sergey Esenin “Maybe It’s Late, Maybe It’s Too Early...” (1925). The composition, the figurative system, the ideological and thematic plan of the poem are considered through the analysis of the language levels of the text: lexical-semantic, phonetic, grammatical. Stylistically the palette of visual and expressive means used by the author of this work is also of great interest to the researcher of the poetic text.