Reconstruction of Creative Process in Accordance with
Akaki Tsereteli’s “Ascenting” and Galaktion Tabidze’s
“Moon Over Mtatsminda” Cover Image

შემოქმედებით პროცესის რეკონსტრუქცია აკაკი წერეთლის „აღმართ-აღმართისა“ და გალაკტიონ ტაბიძის „მთაწმინდის მთვარის“ მიხედვით
Reconstruction of Creative Process in Accordance with Akaki Tsereteli’s “Ascenting” and Galaktion Tabidze’s “Moon Over Mtatsminda”

Author(s): Nona Kupreishvili
Subject(s): Theory of Literature, Georgian literature
Published by: ლიტერატურის ინსტიტუტის გამომცემლობა
Keywords: creative; inspiration; masterprieces;

Summary/Abstract: In the recent period new field of literary criticism, Galaktiology successfully studies Galaktion Tabidze’s writing. In terms of diverse studies carried out exactly in its field it became possible to emphasize such problematic, to certain extent creative issue such as the problem of artistic reflection of creative process, so secret act of poetic text’s creation. As we know this process is based on inspiration and intention and wok on it is the best itinerary for art inspiration and elucidation in the convolutions of fantasy. On the basis of already reached results, when reasonably is stated artistic and conceptual value of Georgian lyrics’ reformation, the first (1914) and the second (1919) poetic collection, especially known under the name of “artistic flowers” in the process of its modernization (Ak. Khintibidze, T. Doiashvili, I. Bregadze, D. Tserediani, Z. Kiknadze, I. Kenchoshvili and others), when there is explained degree of its relation and influence with precursor poets (Baratashvili, Akaki), it becomes possible to apprehend this material interesting for us and to have new impressions. Completely different aesthetical verses written by Akaki Tsereteli and Galaktioni: “Aghmart-Aghmart” (Ascenting) and “Mtatsmindis Mtvare” (Moon over Mtatsminda), showed interesting coincidence in terms of relation with creative process. D. Tserediani’s perfect studies with regard to Akaki and Galaktioni prompted us such inference. Exactly D. Tserediani found resistance between Akaki’s usual performance (himself poet called it as “Zeus song”) and social obligations of realist writer expressed in the second half of the 19th century emphasized by cultural epoch though shared himself by Akaki (poet called it “canine barking”). Pursuant to our observation the verse: “Aghmart-Aghmart” (Ascenting) is successful result of mergence these two different writings that may even be stated as the result of unusual synthesis of two different poetics.

  • Issue Year: 2020
  • Issue No: 21
  • Language: Georgian