Nizami and Shakespeare: Typology of Formation of Literary Phenomenon

Teymur Karimli

Abstract


If we imagine the world literature as a single intellectual and emotional process and don’t divide it into the component parts such as Nakhchivan literary environment, Yasamal literary environment etc. we will be able to reveal an organic relationship among a number of phenomenal events generated by human culture.Indeed, more developed humanoids which observe people from Space and conduct investigations over us, carry out their studies keeping our nose up and without taking into account our nationality which we belong regardless of our wish as well as incomprehensible dialect differences and do well. Perhaps, while learning the world literature, they do not make a big difference between Turks and English as we conceive and deem that Shakespeare is an uncle’s grandson of cousion of Nizami.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s1p465


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