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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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Ideological and artistic features of Azat Abdullin's dramas
Bashkir State University, 32, ZakiValidi Str., Ufa, Russian Federation
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This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the stage works by the Bashkir playwright, publicist, people's writer of the Republic of Bashkortostan Azat Abdullin "Do not forget me, sun!" and "Garden from Nowhere", dedicated to the creation of an artistic portrait of famous personalities of Russian literature and ballet art with tragic fates such as Sergey Chekmarev and Rudolf Nureyev. The study explored ideological-thematic, problematic, genre-style, plot-compositional features of the works, the writer's skill in revealing the inner world and creating psychological portraits of the characters. With the drama "Do not forget me, Sun!" the playwright entered literature in the 1960s. The psychological drama “The Thirteenth Chairman” written in the 1970s made him famous. The author also wrote the continuation of the drama "The Last Patriarch". The dilogy marked the resurrection of the method of critical realism even before the onset of the reform of the 1980s. Over the last decades of the 20th century, Bashkir playwrights created stage works. These plays were highly appreciated by specialists, loved by the audience and awarded high government awards. The play "Bibinur, ah, Bibinur!" by Florida Bulyakova was one of the first to be awarded the State Prize of the Russian Federation (1980). The dramatic trilogy "Validi" by N. Asanbaev about Akhmet-ZakiValidiTogan is a landmark work which became a truly creative discovery in modern Bashkir literature. One more creative achievement of the Bashkir authors was the play by the same AzatAbdullin– the drama “An Otherworldly Garden”
Key words: drama / Sergei Chekmarev / R. Nureyev / A. Abdullin / performance / director
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