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ALRJournal. 2021; 5(6): 205-209 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.03880

The Specifics of the Spatio-Temporal Organization in the Story "Mother Rosalia" by the Turkish Writer Sevinch Chokum

Alsu M. Nigmatullina, Alsu Ju. Giniyatullina
Kazan Federal University

Due to socio-historical and cultural conditions any national literature within itself reveals the general patterns. The main aim of the article is to reflect the specifics and text features, the functioning of which is considered both within the framework of Turkish culture and in the system of dialogue of cultures. Thus, in the story “Mother Rosalia”, Sevinch Chokum presented various forms of open and closed space, which acquired symbolic meaning and composed chronotopic images in the text - roads, rivers, houses, etc. To create a psychological portrait, the author used the perceptual chronotopes of memories, thoughts, and dreams of heroes. The story “Mother Rosalia” written by the Turkish writer Sevinch Chokum, dedicated to the tragic page in the history of the Crimean Tatar people, presents various chronotopic images that play an important role in creating a psychological portrait of the main character. The connection with mythology and folklore is clearly visible in the storyline of the work, as well as in the image of the main character, in which the features of the heroes of the folk epic are reflected.

Keywords: Interliterary dialogue, spiritual traditions, chronotope, perceptual chronotope, mythology, folklore.

Alsu M. Nigmatullina, Alsu Ju. Giniyatullina. The Specifics of the Spatio-Temporal Organization in the Story "Mother Rosalia" by the Turkish Writer Sevinch Chokum. ALRJournal. 2021; 5(6): 205-209

Corresponding Author: Alsu M. Nigmatullina, Russia
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