V. S. NAIPAUL'S CREATIVE WORK AS A PHENOMENON OF CROSS-CULTURAL SYNTHESIS
Essay writing In the last quarter of the twentieth century, a peculiar phenomenon of cross-cultural synthesis emerged in modern literatures: the work of writers of the postcolonial wave of Afro-Asian immigration to the West. These authors create their works in the language of the country they have chosen as their permanent home. Their artistic creativity is a new phenomenon in world culture and is an obvious example of the integration processes taking place in the modern world. They are both East and West, but at the same time they do not fully relate to either of them. One of the most prominent representatives of this literature is the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Sir Vidyadhar Suryaprasad Naipaul (b. 1932), whose prose in the most complete form expresses the specifics of the cultural phenomenon under consideration. Literature created by writers of the postcolonial wave of Afro-Asian immigration flourished and made a powerful statement in the 80-90s of the XX century. The collapse of the world system of colonialism and the subsequent mass exodus of the "third world" population to the countries of Western Europe and North America created the prerequisites for the emergence of this peculiar cross-cultural phenomenon. Immigrant writers of Eastern origin are still a small but very active component of the global artistic process. Currently, there are four main centers of this cultural symbiosis: three in Western Europe (Great Britain, France, and Germany) and one in the United States of America. These writers, as a rule, come from immigrant families, i.e. they belong not to the first, but to the second or third generation of immigrants from the East. A characteristic feature of prose writers can be considered that they began to create their works and print them in the West, whose culture is the environment that largely feeds their work. The cultural, ethno-racial, and social "spread" of immigrant writers is quite wide. These are very different writers, each of whom cre ... Read more
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