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Adabiyot va shinokhti on (Majmūai maqolot)

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Adabiyot va shinokhti on (Majmūai maqolot). Dushanbe, Irfon, 2009, 238 p. [Literature and his knowledge (Collection of articles)]

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1This collection of 27 unpublished articles by Shamsiddin Solehov, professor at the “Rūdakī” Institute of Languages and Literatures (Academy of Science of Tajikistan) in Dushanbe are organized chronologically. Most of them are devoted to 20th century Soviet Tajik literature (Section I: p. 3-150); but a second section (p. 151-238) concentrates on post-Soviet Tajik poetry and prose since the 1990s. The works of Sadriddin Aynī (1878-1954), the author commonly regarded as the founder of modern Tajik literature, are discussed, in particular his realistic prose (p. 10-16). Two other articles focus on the prose-writer Jalol Ikromī (1909-1993) and the image of the town of Bukhara in his works (p. 82-97), and on the poet Loiq Sheralī (1941-2000). Another article is about the Soviet-Tajik historian Bobojon Ghafurov (1908-1977) and his role in the development of 20th century Tajik literature (p. 63-70). The articles devoted to more general aspects of Tajik literature mostly focus on prose (in particular the short-story) rather than poetry (p. 203-212); the genre of the short story is worthy of mention during both the Soviet and post-Soviet periods.

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Evelin Grassi. Solehov, Shamsiddin, « Adabiyot va shinokhti on (Majmūai maqolot) », Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 32-33 | 2013, document 444, mis en ligne le 01 juillet 2016, consulté le 24 mars 2017. URL :

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