Buddhistic Themes and Images in the Meditative Lyrics by G.Ayurzana

Переведенное название: Буддийские темы и образы в медитативной лирике Г.Аюурзаны

Результат исследований: Материалы конференцийтезисынаучная

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Meditative poetry is a kind of poetic creativity that has the character of deep philosophical reflection on the problems of human life, love, being in general. Meditative lyrics convey poet’s thoughts about certain life issues.
Modern Mongolian poets are pushing the boundaries of meditative poetry noticeably, trying to reflect this or that idea, to overcome descriptiveness and declarativeness. This is facilitated by the appeal to the Buddhist theme, characteristic of Mongolian literature of the late 20th - early 21st centuries.
Today G. Ayurzana (born 1970) is one of the writers whose philosophical and aesthetic direction of creativity represents the development trends of modern philosophical thought. To a wide readership he is known for his novels “Mirage” (2003), “Ten Dreams Debt” (2005), “Born of Echoes” (2007), “The Shaman’s Legend” (2010), “Shugden” (2012), “White , Black, Red ”(2014),“ Pulsation” (2015),“ Sacred Hangay’s Secret”(2017). Buddhist themes, motives, images are not dominant in the author’s work, but they occupy a sufficient place in it. The collection of poems "Meditation" ("Byasalgal", UB., 2013) demonstrates the poet’s religious and philosophical concept.

Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы29
Число страниц1
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019

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  • Буддизм, медитативная лирика, Г.Аюурзана

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Результат исследований: Материалы конференцийтезисынаучная

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