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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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Problems of Bashkir novels of the 1950s and 1960s
Bashkir State University, 32, ZakiValidi Str., Ufa, Russian Federation
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The article describes the development of the Bashkir prose in the 1950s–1960s against the backdrop of socio-historical changes during the "thaw", increased attention to man as a personality. Through the analysis of the principles of realistic reflection, the study of genre and stylistic features and the identification of problems of large epic forms, the study revealeda tendency of the gradual transition of Bashkir novelism from sociological research to psychologically reliable depiction of the spiritual world of contemporaries.The humanistic nature of the Bashkir literature of the 1960s was manifested in attention to the individual, development of new personality traits, high spiritual and moral relations between people.The novels of the 1950s–1960s raised problems of the then reality and achieved significant success in depicting full-blooded, life-like typical characters, individual images. The connection between the writer and the reality was strengthened. Having accumulated experience in creating novels, back in the 20–30s of the twentieth century,Bashkir prose continued the traditions in a deep and truthful coverage of the current problems multiplying and enriching literature with new works, styles, and contemporary images. The writers paid close attention to the inner world, the psychological portrait (“May Rain” and “Wild Rose Flower” by A. Valeev, “Generous Land” by D. Islamov, “People of Long Roads” by N. Musin, “How the Stars Light up” by Y. Khammatov, “Eagles do not leave nests” by Y. Valeeva, “Night on the New Moon” by G. Ibragimov, “I do not promise you paradise” by A. Bikchentaeva and others.
Key words: novels / problems / conflict / spiritual world / hero
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