"Small" prose of R. Gabudlkhakova

Features of the functioning of the brocade genre



  • Landysh N. Yuzmukhametova Associate Professor, Phd in Philology (Candidate of science), department of foreign languages, Institute of International Relations, Kazan Federal University, 18, Kremlyovskaya St., 420008 Kazan, Russia
  • Venera R. Amineva Professor, Phd in Philology (Doctor of Science), department of Russian and foreign literatures, Institute of Philology and intercultural communication, Kazan Federal University, 18, Kremlyovskaya St., 420008 Kazan, Russia; Lead Researсher of А.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Aсademy of Sсienсes, 25a, Povarskaya St., 121069, Moscow, Russia
  • Leysan G. Ibragimova Associate Prof., Candidate of Science (in Philology), Department of Russian and Tatar Languages of Kazan State Medical University of Ministry of Health of Russia, 49 Butlerova St., 420012 Kazan, Russia
  • Rosalia M. Svetlova Associate Prof., Candidate of Science (in Philology), Department of Russian and Tatar Languages, Kazan State Medical University of Ministry of Health of Russia, 49 Butlerova St., 420012 Kazan, Russia
  • Safina F. Gulnara Senior Lecturor, Phd in Philology (Candidate of science), department of methodology and technologies of universal competences, Kazan State Institute of Culture


artistic completion, communication, epic, internal measure of genre, linguistics, lyrics, meditation, storytelling, subject sphere


On the material of the works of R. Gabdulkhakova, the internal measure of the "small" genres of modern Tatar prose is revealed: in the brocade it is determined by the nature of the relationship of the narrative plot and its generalizing "ending." Genre varieties of brocade in the work of R. Gabdulhakova are described, which correspond to two directions of the plot movement: from external to internal or from single to universal and two types of narrative - from the 1st or from the 3rd person. It was concluded that the internal measure of the genre determines the nature of the relationship of the narrative plot and its generalizing "ending." Spatiotemporal relations and principles of organization of subject sphere characteristic of this genre are described.


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How to Cite

Yuzmukhametova, L. N., Amineva, V. R., Ibragimova, L. G., Svetlova, R. M., & Gulnara, S. F. (2021). "Small" prose of R. Gabudlkhakova: Features of the functioning of the brocade genre. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S3), 667-677. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS3.1626



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