Modern trends in poetics at the dawn of the 21st century – modification of the Romanesque form
[Tendances modernes du monde poétique à l'aube du XXIe siècle : modification de la forme romane]
Dilya Duiyessinova – Anvara Sadykova – Lyazzat Aripbayeva – Toizhan Yeginbayeva – Yulduz Saparova
The research examines, theoretically and historically and literarily, the modern French novel of the late 20th and early 21st centuries as the “main genre” of fiction; characteristics of the functioning of novelistic genres in a period of transition; new forms of novelistic thought, new artistic strategies and aesthetic experiences of the French novel.
In the French literature of the last decades, the interest in the specificities of the new novelistic form has increased. There were essays, monographs, and articles on the modern novel, but there are no systemic and holistic studies that detail the functioning of the novel form in contemporary times. In domestic literature, the French novel of the early 20th century, 50-80s, has been studied quite deeply, but the literature of the late 20th and early 21st centuries has still been analyzed too little.
Key words: prose, langue française, organisation, romanesque