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EEO. 2022; 21(2): 324-341

The Reflection Of Socialist Realism In The Collection Of The Suffer We Experience It

Maryam Faghih Abdollahi, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri Nav.


Russian literature is one of the richest literatures of nations, which has a great portion in the literature of the world, and this literary richness has caused the literature of other nations not to be deprived of its effectiveness, however we should say that the school of socialist realism is also one of the schools that its emergence in Russia influenced other countries and their literature. A school that defended easy and accessible art for all and its topics had been taken from the daily life of the population.
The time when Iranian people familiarized with socialist ideas is almost concurrent with the modernistic notions related to the years before the constitutional movement. After the constitution, socialist realism also drew the attention of Iranian writers, and Iranian fiction literature became the main center of affectability from this school. It continued to the extent that the leading writers of socialist realism tried to portray the external and internal motives of the story characters in the field of individual and social life based on this school of thought.
Socialist ideals were reflected in a movement called the Tudeh Party, in which most of the writers and intellectuals of the time were considered as members. Jalal Al-e-Ahmad is one of those people who wrote a collection of stories called The Suffer We Experience It during his membership in this party... and considered it as an arena of the concepts of socialist realism.
The current article seeks to explore these concepts and their effect on reaching the goals of socialist society.

Key words: Socialist realism; the suffer we experience it; Jalal Al-e-Ahmad; Proletariat; Bourgeois

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