Ottoman elements in H.Javid's works and transition from complex Arabic-Persian compositions to pure Azerbaijani
Turkan Majidova

H.Javid is a poet distinguished by his unique style. Like other genius poets, he always managed to conquer hearts with his works. The poet was not only a illustrator of beauties, but also a person who paid attention to social issues. He was always concerned about the people’s problems and difficulties, and tried to shed light on them in his literary works and scientific activities.

H.Javid's creativity, first of all, is distinguished by its variety of themes. In order not to encounter political obstacles, the poet-playwright, in fact, tried to describe the events that took place in his own country in  another geographical position. As a result, he created valuable works of art, and made invaluable contributions to our drama, mainly with his theatrical works.

Along with the theme, H. Javid's original language style is kept in his pen. This was the result of the poet's education in Turkey and the ideology he later developed through personal reading. It should be noted that in the first years of the poet's career, there was a contradictory situation in the country in terms of language and style. In such a situation, H.Javid's unique style and constant adherence to his style was due to his high mastery. In the more perfect periods of his career, he also manages to move away from the complex Arab-Persian compositions and unnecessary Ottoman elements. If the poet, who always worked on himself and looked for innovations, had lived, perhaps the result of this process would have been different. Who knows, the poet could have created several more works of art in pure Azerbaijani.

In general, the H.Javid’s spirit and breath  always remained the same in the examples he wrote both in the early years of his creativity and in the following periods, although he tried to make a difference in his style, he never retreated from the practice of art we mentioned earlier. The reason why we accept and love him as he was today was the poet’s high goal.

Keywords: language issue, stylistic features, complex expressions, weight diversity