THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, TSU SHOTA RUSTAVELİ INSTİTUTE OF GEORGİAN LİTERATURE, 2013, vol.681, pp.95-103, 2013 (Conference Book)
B.Yevseev and I.Bunin: Realism in the Context of Parallel
Realistic aspect of modern literature, on one hand, remains applicable to the classic realism, on the other hand-it, open to new trends. It was always the same in the development of realism in Russian literature. From the history of Russian literature, it is known that realist writers go beyond the typology of classical realism very often in his works. As a result, they create new versions of realistic strategy. In this regard, an interesting analysis of the works shows that the brightest representative of modern prose is B.Evseeva who considers himself ''the newest realist'' and Yevseeva has shown his own difference not only in classical realism but also in a realistic aspect of contemporary prose. Bunin deals with a variety of themes in his works which belong to the immigration period. With all his incomparable talent in the immigration period, he calls himself ''symbolist''. The comparative analysis of the works of these writers suggests the process of renovation of realism which has gone through various stages of the literature. We can also find a number of similar characteristics. Some features of realism have importance attached to the details. These features include the boundaries of time and space, cause and effect and characteristics of realistic works. Apart from all above, some themes, such as eternal themes, symbolism, a combination of life and existence, hard realism and romance, truth and fiction, reality and mysticism, require sensuality to be displayed.