Alexander Bondarev is a guest of AUL


Head of the Department of Literature, Professor and Writer of Moscow State Linguistic University Alexander Petrovich Bondarev held a number of meetings with university administration and professor-teacher staff at the Azerbaijan University of Languages (AUL). At the meetings with AUL and MDLU participants, A.P. Bondarev expressed his satisfaction with his visit to AUL at the meetings with the staff of the Russian Studies, Azerbaijan studies and other research laboratories. He said that he is a participant of a number of international events, adding that he is more comfortable in Azerbaijan because he feels a sincere atmosphere.

Later, A. Bondarev gave detailed information about the activity directions of the Department of Literature, head of the Department of Literature of the MDLU, and noted that his pedagogical activity has a significant role in his scientific researches and theses as well as his life: “I love my specialty. When I read lectures in the auditoriums, I witnessed some of the spontaneous sentences that I used when I was quoted or quoted as an article. I would like to emphasize that the more interesting the lecturer teaches, the non-programmed speeches will also result in an interesting exchange of ideas with the students. “

Speaking about the various literary trends and the current trends in the field of translation, linguist scientist read a lecture on “Ares and Edip: two poles of world civilization” for the students of the Faculty of Philology and Journalism. A.P.Bondarev spoke about the importance of analyzing the conflicts between individuals described in literary and mythological works at the universal conflict level, including the study of the heroes’ spiritual world: “The evolutionary ways of heroes of literary and mythological genres, actions. Unheard of emotions cause the heroic rise of heroes. “Talking about the laws of psychoanalytical theory, founded by Sigmund Freud, the professor touched upon the individual and social problems that existed during the matriarchy and patriarchal era.

The event ended with answering the questions of participants.