VASİL BARNOV’UN HİKÂYELERİNDE SEVGİ MOTİFİ: “AŞK - TANRI'NIN SİMGESİDİR!”
THE MOTIF OF LOVE IN VASIL BARNOV'S STORIES: "LOVE - THE SYMBOL OF GOD!"
Subject(s): Theory of Literature, Georgian literature
Published by: Sage Yayınları
Keywords: Vasil Barnovi; love; reincarnation theory; the underworld; guardians of the sky;
Summary/Abstract: The article discusses the philosophical theory of the divinity of love. This theory has been studied according to the stories of Vasil Barnov. We are talking about two interesting studies. The first of these is "Sweet Whistle" and the second is "Flowers". According to the author, the Creator is infinite goodness and light; manifested in the form of love and beauty. Love is divine and therefore immortal; No one can fight against love because whoever fights it is doomed to fail sooner or later. Generaly beauty is material and it’s earthly but constantly strives for divine and eventually returns to Him. Although the characters in the work at first glance appear as strange people, different from the others, then the truth is understood. It questions the reader with questions such as Do you remember the episodes of your previous lives, have you lived this moment before, do you believe in reincarnation because they have experienced it themselves. For them, the core value in this life is compassion and love. The characters in the stories always attribute God to be love and to God as the birthplace of love. In this context, love, the existence and origin of love, reincarnation theory will be interpreted by Barnov’s stories.
- Issue Year: 12/2020
- Issue No: 48
- Page Range: 314-319
- Page Count: 6
- Language: Turkish