ISSN:2148-2489

A PHILOSOPHICAL QUEST IN POSTMODERN NOVEL OF AZERBAIJAN: THE NOVEL OF "SAHRA SAVAŞI" AND ITS MAIN LINES


Postmodern novel is seen later in Turkish Literature than Western Literature. Turkish world in the field of the first examples of Turkey and Azerbaijan in the near term we see the start of the postmodern approach writing novels in literature starts to give examples. Although Kemal Abdulla's book Yarımçıq əlyazma ma published in 2004 is accepted as the beginning for the Azerbaijani postmodern novel, Hamid Herisçi, İlgar Fehmi, Ali Ekber, Perviz Cebrayıl, Aksin Yenisey and Nermin Kamal wrote similar novels. Postmodern novel in this field continues to develop. One of the important names of the recent Azerbaijani novel, Vagif Sultanlı's Azerbaijani Turkish and the Sahara War novel, published in 2017, took its place as a candidate to represent a different and new line with its philosophical-metaphoric intensity in the newly emerging Azerbaijani postmodern novel. His novel Sahara War was published in Azerbaijani Turkish and its translation to other Turkish dialects has not yet been published. In this study, it is evaluated in the context of the general characteristics of the philosophical-postmodern novel genre and the original aspects of the work within the postmodern novel tradition of Azerbaijan have been revealed.


Keywords


Azerbaijani Literature, Postmodernism, Novel, Vagif Sultanli, Sahara War.

Author : Alsu KAMALIEVA
Number of pages: 68-81
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29228/ASOS.36783
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The Journal of Academic Social Sciences
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