RUS SEMBOLİST ŞAİRLER A. A. BLOK, V. YA. BRYUSOV VE K. D. BALMONT’DA DEVRİMİN YANSIMASI OLARAK İSKİTLER
The science of literature deals with the subjects belonging to the society, according to the artistic forms it contains. This sometimes manifests itself in prose, sometimes in poetry. The symbolism movement, which is one of the modernist art movements, aims to save poetry from its explanatory function and materialist attitude. The symbolism movement emerged in France at the end of the 19th century and influenced 20th century literature. Russian writers, who produce competent works in the symbolism movement, are instrumental in experiencing a "Silver Age" in literature.
Russian symbolism is shaped according to the internal dynamics of the country. Russia and Turkey, two countries that have hosted many civilizations throughout history enters the race to own the Scythian civilization in this context. Documents and archaeological excavations indicate that the Scythians originated from the Turks. Since the Scythian civilization was far ahead in every aspect during its existence, the effort to embrace the Scythian civilization is of great importance.
The essence of our study is to examine the reflections of the Scythian civilization, which has an important place in world history, in the poems of Russian symbolist poets A. A. Blok, V. Ya. Bryusov and K. D. Balmont.
Russian language and literature, Russian history, Turkish history, scythians, symbolism.