<p>abstract:</p><p>At a time of geopolitical instability in the Black Sea region, the question of the solidarity between two ethnically, religiously, and linguistically divergent peoplesâUkrainians and Crimean Tatarsâwill influence the extent to which Crimea remains a global flashpoint for the foreseeable future. Despite its significance, however, this solidary relationship has been either overlooked as a discrete object of inquiry or dismissed as a mere political âmarriage of convenienceâ in research literature. This article seeks to delve more deeply into the dynamics of UkrainianâCrimean Tatar relations and to direct special attention to its cultural drivers, particularly in the realm of literature.</p><p>Representing the first comparative study of Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar literatures in the English language, this article posits that works by such prominent figures as Lesia UkraÃ¯nka and Åamil AlÃ¢din have actively engaged in intricate, mutual processes of ânominal metaphorizationâ since the late nineteenth century. These processes, which center on representations of experiences of victimization, help account not only for the practical and political nature of the UkrainianâCrimean Tatar alliance, but also for its affective and empathic power.</p>
Comparative Literature Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Jul 15, 2019
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