THE ELEMENTS OF TRADİTİON AND MODERNİSM İN NİNETEENTH CENTURY AZERBAİJANİ LİTERATURE: EAST - WEST THOUGHT AND RELİGİOUS-MYTHOLOGİCAL MOTİVES

  • Aytan Hajiyeva Azerbaijan University of Languages
Palavras-chave: the nineteenth century literature, modernism, east-west outlook, religious-mythological motives in literature, tradition

Resumo

The literary orientation based on common principles is determined on the same cultural, ethical and aesthetic traditions, the same outlook, philosophy of life, related principles of creativity and the unified social, cultural and historical environment. Public and political views also usually act as a powerful driving force. The nineteenth century literature is one of the stages distinguished with ideological and aesthetic achievements of the Azerbaijani literary culture which has rich history. Emerging as a reflection of new historical conditions, this literature attracts attention as an original and peculiar phenomenon because of its literary and poetic qualities. Literature that reflects the world through literary paints depending on the angle of view, approach, ethno-cultural thinking, is also of interest as the product of its formation era and environment. As fiction or poetic literature reflects life, it is important to understand the reflection of the social, socio-historical processes, to “catch the pulse" of  life, and to address worldwide problems that are relevant for all periods. The writer's social life, social activities, and communication circle sometimes play a decisive role in issues such as being more aware of problems and finding ways to solve them. Azerbaijani literature which has historically been at different stages of development, has not only gained new qualities, but also has been able to preserve the existing tradition, influenced by different literary trends and different socio-cultural processes.

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2020-02-24
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HAJIYEVA, A. THE ELEMENTS OF TRADİTİON AND MODERNİSM İN NİNETEENTH CENTURY AZERBAİJANİ LİTERATURE: EAST - WEST THOUGHT AND RELİGİOUS-MYTHOLOGİCAL MOTİVES. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 2, 24 fev. 2020.
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