SPIRITUAL AND CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF “RELIGIOUS” THEMES IN MODERN RUSSIAN AND UZBEK LITERATURE
Keywords:religious, typological features, convert, comprehension of the truth, social and political values, literary process, existential
This article examines the emergence and promotion of religious themes in modern Russian and Uzbek literature. In modern prose on religious topics, certain typological features have already developed. First of all, this is a realistic, tra-ditional style of writing, without subtexts and secondary plans, where each word is unambiguous and self-sufficient. The main character, as a rule, is a convert. Hence the freshness and inexperience, a certain timidity of a look at the still unfamiliar world, the sharpening of perception and the desire for psychological motivation of images. Hence the plot, the movement of which is determined by the gradual com-prehension of the Truth, the acceptance of the Faith, the discovery of the Sacra-ments1.