Article | Published 2020
As we all know, “the literary process is a historical movement of national and world literature, which developed in complex connections and interactions. Also, the literary process is the history of the accumulation of aesthetic and spiritual and moral values, the indirect expansion of concepts” [Zakharova, 2014; 3]. The contemporary literary process deserves special attention. This can be proved by a number of reasons: first, the literature of the end of the 20th century summed up the artistic and aesthetic searches of the entire century in a peculiar way; secondly, the latest literature helps to understand the complexity and controversy of our reality; thirdly, with her experiments and artistic discoveries, she outlines the prospects for the development of literature of the XXI century. One of the striking features of modernity is the polyphony of the latest literature, the absence of a single method, a single style, and a single leader. Chernyak argues that the “uniqueness” of the modern literary process makes it a very complex and contradictory object of study. When studying modern literature, you need to move away from the usual stereotypes, try to see it in “living literature” that creates a new aesthetics, feel the “change of the literary code”, present this process “in a continuous and incessant dialogue with the previous literature” [Chernyak, 2019; 7].