HUMANISTIC IDEAS OF THE 20TH CENTURY IN NOBEL LECTURES OF WRITERS OF RUSSIA AND ASIAN-OCEANIAN COUNTRIES
The article discusses the Nobel lectures of I. Bunin, B. Pasternak, M. Sholokhov, A. Solzhenitsyn and I. Brodsky (Russia), and Kawabata Yasunari and Oe Kenzaburo (Japan), Gao Xingjian and Mo Yan (China). The text analysis is based on studying their assessment of the role of literature and the artist in society. It also researches individual works of writers, allowing correlating the publicistic and the artistic on a literary basis. The purpose of the article is to identify the humanistic content of the creative manifesto of the writers, its relevance in the spiritual dialogue between Russia and the Asian-Oceanian countries
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