Ali ve Nino, Romeo ve Juliet Yapıtlarında Karşıtlıkların Başkarakterler Üzerinde Yarattığı Ruhsal Yıkım,
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Contrary themes or situations are used in the literatures of all languages in order to support and strengthen the plot and to make the reflected aesthetic atmosphere evident. Facts that are brought together to create a contrast can be presented in a contradictory juxtaposition, in an abstract or concrete form. The aforementioned opposition also constitutes the basic structure of the valuable work of Azerbaijani literature Ali and Nino (1937) and Romeo and Juliet (1597), one of the best-known works in English literature. The contrasts such as Eastern-Western, Muslim-Christian, Asian-European that Kurban Said used in his work are parallel to the background of the work and reflect the reality of society. The aforementioned contrasts have an important effect on the selves and behavior of the characters in the work. The characters shape their thoughts and behaviors as a result of the conflicts of opposing situations they experience. The imaginary, concrete and thematic oppositions such as light-dark, day-night, love-hate, love-violence used in William Shakespeare’s work also affect the characters and shape the events and behaviors of the characters. In this study, the emotional and spiritual effects of all imaginary and objective oppositions, especially the social, cultural, religious, geographical, and political oppositions that Kurban Said and William Shakespeare used in their works, on the protagonists of Ali and Nino, Romeo and Juliet will be examined. It will be analyzed how the contrasts take the protagonists to devastation and the tragic end.