The Poetics of A. Kim’s Prose Genre in the 1990s

  • Mukhamedova F.B. Independent Researcher, Lecturer, Uzbekistan State University of World Languages, Uzbekistan
Keywords: Genre; Poetics; Literary Process; Myth; Parable; Novel; Fairy Tale; Life


The work of Anatoly Kim, one of the most talented and mysterious Russian writers, occupies a special place in the modern literary process. A. Kim is distinguished by the ability to intuitively understand and predict the most relevant trends in literary development. These include the process of genre modifications, which in the writer’s work is manifested mainly in the appeal to the original artistic forms (myth, parable, fairy tale) and the use of techniques of other art forms (intermedia poetics).


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How to Cite
F.B., M. (2023). The Poetics of A. Kim’s Prose Genre in the 1990s. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 6(5), 290-295.