The Philosophical and Aesthetic Bases of The Poetry of Hakob Movses
Keywords:Hakob Movses, speech, culture, preface, convergence, system, poetry, language, existence, philosophy
The author of the article analyzes HakobMovses’s poetical heritage starting from the 80s of the previous century: from “The Sky of Flights” (1982), until the latest book “Sharakan” (2016), also comments on the completeness of Moses’ poetical system and the development of the historical process. The article values the literal and historical merits of Moses’ poetry, evaluates its meaning in the contemporary literal process.
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