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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 654-661

Basic Characteristics of the Genre of Narrative Poem in some Southeast Asian Countries

Le Thi Bich Thuy.


Narrative poem is a term in the traditional literary genre that has long appeared in the literature of ethnic groups in the Southeast Asia. The Southeast Asia’s narrative poem is not only a unique genre in the type of regional literature that is very popular and beloved with its residents, but also is a rich, diverse development genre in both quantity and quality, has a great position and role in the literary history progress of ethnic groups in the Southeast Asia. The article gives an understanding of the concept as Narrative poem in terms of theory and historical literature, using the method of comparing types, semiotics, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches, analytical and intuitive methods in literary research to study the basic characteristics of the genre of narrative poem in some Southeast Asian countries, typically scholarly narrative poems (written narrative poems). The research results show that some basic characteristics of the Southeast Asia’s narrative poem genre of structure and plot have developed from the preservation of the structure of folk tales to new creation, ensuring logically, closely, gradually reducing the folk factor and increasing the scholarly element…

Key words: features of genre; narrative poetry; literature; Southeast Asia.

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