The represented work discusses the function of the time-space chronotope in the poem “Bedi Kartlisa” by Nikoloz Baratashvili. Special attention is paid to the architectonics of the historical time -space represented in the poem. The poem can be discussed in the historical context. The time-space notion is concretized here. The author gives the thorough description of the environment in which the events happen. According the time and space phenomena, the poem represents a multi-dimensional lyrical piece of poetry. Here we meet all of the three kinds of space: action space, visible space and felt space. The main action space here is Kakheti region, the visible spaces Iran and the felt space is Russia. The category of space is represented by two dimensions in the poem: outer space layer and inner space layer. The outer, objective chronotope includes historical time-space which is divided in some space categories. The main focus is one concrete period in the reign of the king Erekle the Second, the year 1759. Due to this fact, the time given in the poem is compressed, the space including wider area. The author’s chronotope felt through the lyrics. The role of the author is important in the poem architecture. Its aim is to revive the time-space of the XVIII century’s Georgia – the facts, political situation, the role of the King. The author describes the events taking place in the space and through the lyrical composition he gives assessment to the positions of the main characters.
: 29 Ağustos 2019
|APA||Akhalkatsi̇, T . (2019). TIME-SPACE CHRONOTOPE FUNKCTION IN THE POEM “BEDI QARTLISA” BY NIKOLOZ BARATASHVILI . Karadeniz Uluslararası Bilimsel Dergi , (43) , 216-223 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/kdeniz/issue/48671/612799|