Myth and Antimyth in the Fictions of Socialist Realism in Albania
AbstractThe process of formation of socialist realism in literary creativity goes hand in hand with the crystallization of social awareness "down", within the psychology of the masses and "up", with the strengthening ideological party institutes of state. Endless discourses among the circles of artists on this plane, so competent is the new artistic unity as "the soc-realistic method" that obtained the status of state doctrine. In 1936 the Soviet government undertook measures to implement the undisputed total soc-realistic method all the arts in the USSR. Socialist realism becomes the dominant term in the science of Soviet literature and art sciences from the thirties to mark "basic approach" which "requires the artist to introduce the concrete historical truth of reality in its revolutionary development", so the literature had to be created with the task of educating the workers in the spirit of socialism. The notion aesthetic "realism" was related to defining "socialist", brought the practice of literature and arts submission to ideology. Demands of using the socialist realism techniques in fact became an obstacle, an anxiety to halt creativity that for years was avoid against the spiritual life of the people, so the writers created in the majority mediokre works of conformist who became propaganda trumpets. In the late ‘80s realism becomes literary and historical term, but in the embryonic stage of many characteristics, the soc-realism literature is determined as "heroic realism", "monumental", "social", "biased" and as if the category of “folk" is the basic principle of a work of art where the mythical watches in the mirror its other part of the medal.
Aug 30, 2015
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MISIRI, Laureta. Myth and Antimyth in the Fictions of Socialist Realism in Albania. European Journal of Language and Literature, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 95-98, aug. 2015. ISSN 2411-4103. Available at: <http://journals.euser.org/index.php/ejls/article/view/579>. Date accessed: 29 nov. 2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.26417/ejls.v2i1.p95-98.
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