Article | Published 2019

THE ROLE OF ARTISTIC DETAILS IN MODERN UZBEK LITERATURE (ON THE EXAMPLE OF A. YULDASHEV’S WORK)

Keywords: writer, works, literature, modernity, artistic, specificity, new era, genre, detail, transformation, personality

Abstract

Abstract: the article is devoted to the problem of the evolution of literary details in modern Uzbek literature of the 21st century. The admiration for the personality of the person being described and the desire to redirect this feeling to the reader make the style of the work of Abdukayum Yuldashev (Yuldashev) realistic through the prism of modernity (neorealism). The writer sets himself the task of telling about the fate of the modern person with the help of artistic details that reveal the difficulties of the modern world where human values have already changed, transformed beyond recognition than they were in the literature of the 19th and 20th centuries. Abdukayuma Yuldasheva (Yuldasheva) is gradually moving to comprehend a more global problem through the prism of artistic details: is it possible in the conditions where absolutely everyone carries a piece of hell in themselves. The writer seeks to obtain an answer to this question on a truly epochal, historical scale. And also in this article the role of Abdukayum Yuldashev (Yuldashev) in the context of modern Uzbek literature is considered. He writes willingly and openly on topics of concern to the general public. One of the essential components of such statements is his reflections on classical and modern Uzbek literature, showing love or, on the contrary, hostility, to the work of one or another author. The aim of the work is to determine the transformation of artistic details in modern Uzbek prose on the example of creativity of the modern writer of Uzbekistan Abdukayum Yuldashev (Yuldashev). His views on the formation and development of the literary process in the twenty-first century; explores the features of the hero through a description of the artistic details.

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