THE CONCEPT OF SHAKESPEARE’S PERSONALITY AND CREATIVITY IN THE LITERARY-CRITICAL WORKS OF I.A. AKSENOV

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Dmitry N. Zhatkin
Nikita S. Futljaev

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Shakespeare, Thomas, Dramaturgy, Artistic Detail

Abstract

Purpose: The article analyzes the literature-critical publications of Aksenov of the late 1920s and the first half of the 1930s with the aim of examining the personality and creativity of Shakespeare via socio-cultural, comparative-historical, historical-genetic, socio-cultural and biographical methods.


Methodology: In accordance with the subject of study, comparative-historical, cultural-historical and historical-typological methods, methods of problem and comparative analysis were used.


Main Findings: As a result, Aksenov systematically destroyed the widespread misconception of the epoch that Shakespeare was almost the only pillar of Elizabethan drama. In conclusion, Aksenov considered literary flair a special merit of Shakespeare, with which he was editing the material, without hiding the merits of his predecessors and without correcting or giving realistic contours to mysterious characters.


Applications: This research can be used by literary students, from universities and other literary centers.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, Shakespeare’s personality and creativity were studied from his literary-critical works.

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