Soegov, Muradgeldi - Les écrivains djadides turkmènes A. Kulmuhammedov et O. Vepaev sur eux-mêmes et sur leur époque

slovo:3251 - Slovo, April 6, 2017, The autobiographical discourse to the test of powers Europe - Russia - Eurasia
Les écrivains djadides turkmènes A. Kulmuhammedov et O. Vepaev sur eux-mêmes et sur leur époque

Authors: Soegov, Muradgeldi

This article presents some aspects of the life and the work of two Turkmen Jadid writers, A. Kulmuhammedov (1885-1931) and O. Vepaev (1885-1937), who were severely attacked in 1931 by the Brigade of the verification of the literature, and notably by O. Tachnazarov (1902-1942). He wrote long articles in the journal “Turkmen Studies” (Turkmenovedenie), where he denounced O. Vepaev as an enemy of the Soviet power based on some citations of his poems. During the entire Soviet period, the literary critics continued to give a very negative interpretation, as Tachnazarov did, of the writings of A. Kulmuhammedov and O. Vepaev, who were characterized as nationalists, panturkists, and enemies of the people. This is only by the end of the 1980’s that scholars have gradually changed their mind about these two writers, and that some positive judgement about their literary legacy started tobe published.


Source : oai:HAL:hal-01502370v1
Volume: The autobiographical discourse to the test of powers Europe - Russia - Eurasia
Section: Hors-Dossiers
Published on: April 6, 2017
Submitted on: April 6, 2017
Keywords: Djadid, turkmen, Russian Revolution, CP of Bukhara, Kulmuhammedov, Anver Pasha, basmashi, turkmen press, poetry,révolution russe,Djadide,turkmène,PC de Boukhara,Kulmuhammedov,Anver Pasha,Basmatchis,presse turkmène,poésie,[SHS.LITT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature


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