978-613-9-46034-2

Postmodernism: Game Aesthetics

Turkish and Azerbaijani Postmodernist Novel In the context of European and American literature

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Summary:

The book covers a variety of selected examples from the postmodernist novel of Azerbaijan and Turkey. In comparison with European and American literature leads to the emergence of serious, similar and different populations. The concept of aesthetics, entertainment, publicity and elite, social function have been studied for the first time on the basis of the postmodern genre of Turkey, Azerbaijan and the world. Turkish writers Oguz Atay, Orhan Pamuk, Ihsan Oktay Anar Azerbaijani writers Kamal Abdulla, Mubariz Oren, Hamid Herischi, Narmin Kamal, Sakhavat Sahil, Mirmehdi Aghaoglu, Sharif Agayar, Qan Turali American and European writers Italo Calvino, John Faulz, Umberto Eco, Donald Barthelme, Thomas Pynchon, Don Delillo, William Berrouse, Paul Auster and others new and different scientific views form the basis of the book.

Author:

Ulvi Babasoy

Biographie:

A literary critic Ulvi Babasoy was born in Azerbaijan's cıty of Shusha. As a senior lecturer at the Department of Azerbaijani Language and Literature at Baku Engineering University he delivers lectures on Azerbaijan and world literature.

Number of Pages:

200

Book language:

English

Published On:

2019-04-25

ISBN:

978-613-9-46034-2

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

postmodernism, Game Aesthetics, Turkish and Azerbaijani Postmodernist Novel, context of European and American literature

Product category:

LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Literacy