The Art Of Character Creation In Realistic Novel

Akhmedova Aziza Komilovna


The article analyzes the novel “Arrowsmith”, which is a prominent example of twentieth-century American realism. In the  article  special attention is paid to the analysis of the characters in  realistic novel. The writer reflects his ideals about the spiritual image of scholars through the characters. Conflict between personality and society found its’ reflection in the protagonist's fate and worldview.


Novel, Prose, Character, Realism, Conflict, Prototype.

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