The mythologem “Home” in the art discourse of Tatar and Chuvash literatures

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Comparative study of the cultures of the Volga region folks leads researchers to conclusions characterizing the centuries-old interaction of peoples, which resulted in the formation of unique artistic systems of the Tatar and Chuvash nations. The article considers the functioning of the mythologeme “Home” in the Chuvash and Tatar literatures and determines its fundamental importance both in classical and modern works (end of 20 - begining of 21 century). The authors analyze the poetic meanings (motif of memory, happiness, faith, life, etc.) and identify the most frequent values (native speech, a symbol of security, wealth, beauty and peace), that combine in their understanding the idea of Home in the Chuvash and Tatar cultures. The mythologem “Home” in Tatar and Chuvash literatures is related to the problems of works and refl ects the mentality of the people.


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Diana V. Abasheva

Moscow Pedagogical State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: abasheva.diana@yandex.ru
1 Malaya Pirogovskaya St., bldg. 1, Moscow, 119991, Russian Federation

ScD in Philology, Professor of the Department of Russian Literature

Ramil Kh. Sharyafetdinov

Moscow Pedagogical State University

Email: rkh.sharyafetdinov@mpgu.su
1 Malaya Pirogovskaya St., bldg. 1, Moscow, 119991, Russian Federation

PhD, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Literature of 20-21 centuries

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