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Abstract


CONFLICT OF GENERATIONS THEME IN AMIRHAN YENIKI’S FICTIONS; HOMELAND AND UNTOLD WILL
A new literary movement was observed in Kazan-Tatarian prose after 1960. Tatar literature translated this literary movement as “avıl realizmi” (village realism) from Russian language named Крестьянский реализм (peasant realism). In this genre, the daily life of the village and the peasant is described and social problems are handled as a part of village life. Idealized characters of fiction changes according to the content: A typical character in Great Patroitic War - literature “Self sacrificing citizen” is replaced to “self-sacrificing peasant”. Village prose genre provided freedom of criticism within the limits of political ideology. But many Tatar authors chose it in particular because it provided the opportunity to address the national issues of Tatars. Amirhan Yeniki is one of the authors who wrote works based on the peasant realism movement. His work called “Thanks, Friends” is accepted as the first sample of this literary genre. This work is followed by the literary works called “Homeland” (1959), “Beauty” (1964) and Untold Will (1965). In these two works Yeniki chose conflict of generation as a theme. In this article, the theme will be discussed in the works and social problems related with this theme evaluated in these works.

Keywords
Amirhan Yeniki, Peasant Realism, Kazan-Tatar Literature, Untold Will, Homeland.


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