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Volume 164, 202311th International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2022)
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The period of the national movement in South Azerbaijan (1941– 1946)
Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Uzeyir Gadzhibekov street, 34, Baku, Azerbaijan
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The complexity of Azerbaijanis in national-cultural thinking is loaded with understanding what is happening in the example of Russian chauvinism in the North and Persian sovereignty in the South and solving it as a problem. The difference in the appearance of the situation with such complex situations manifests itself in a variety of ways, from emotions to a different perception of reality. The basic principle manifests itself by connecting the society to the values of the archaic time in all parameters, to the bottom layer of the ethnic consciousness, and the struggle for nation-building and nationalization. Prose works created in 1941–1946, either during the reactionary period (1947–1978) or after the Islamic revolution, stand out for their magnificent imagination. The works of writers such as H.F. Khoshginabi, B. Hayili, G. Qahramanzade, Aydın, Habiba, Ermagani, and others, covering the years 1941–1946, are characterized as the energy of the ethnic's artistic thinking. The period of reaction of the Southern prose (1947–1978) became a reality with the emergence of fundamental artistic examples. Habib Sahir, Rahim Cadniku, Ganjali Sabahi, Samad Behrangi, Ismayil Hadi, Nasir Manzuri, etc. Prose samples, which are the products of the artists' pen, provide enough material to clarify the picture of the historical-cultural process.
Key words: South Azerbaijan / national movement / period of the national government (1941–1946) / Persian chauvinism / occupation / revolutionary movement / literary prose
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