Latifa Karam Ahmadova
Agjabadi branch of Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University
REALISM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE
In England, realism was formed very quickly, because it appeared immediately after the Enlightenment, and its formation occurred almost simultaneously with the development of Romanticism, which did not hinder the success of the new literary movement.
The peculiarity of English literature is that in it romanticism and realism coexisted and enriched each other. Examples include the works of two writers, Elizabeth Gaskell and Charlotte Bronte.
However, the discovery and confirmation of realism in English literature is primarily associated with the legacy of Charles Dickens (1812-1870) and William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863).
The works of Charles Dickens differ not only in the strengthening of the real social moment, but also in the previous realist literature. Dickens has a profoundly negative effect on bourgeois reality.
Key words: England, realism, literary trend, bourgeois society, utopia, unjust life, artistic description
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