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Author's Life and Artistic Aesthetics As An Object of Comparative Analysis

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Abstract

This article provides an artistic-aesthetic comparative analysis of the famous American writer J. Salinger and his writing career.

Keywords

controversial novel
phoniness, clerical currents
psychological nature
comparative-typological study
the greatest mind

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Conflict of Interest Statement

The author (s) declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

References

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Ikromjonovna, B. I. (2021). Author’s Life and Artistic Aesthetics As An Object of Comparative Analysis. International Journal of Culture and Modernity, 5, 8–11. Retrieved from https://ijcm.academicjournal.io/index.php/ijcm/article/view/41
  • Submitted
    15 June 2021
  • Revised
    15 June 2021
  • Published
    15 June 2021