The nature of the intertext in flash fiction

  • Malika G. Ashimova Journalism and Philology Department, Zhetysu State University n.a. I. Zhansugurov, Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan
  • Aisulu Sh. Yermekbayeva English Philology Department, Khoja Akhmet Yasawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Turkistan, Kazakhstan.
  • Aiman S. Aktanova Head of the Scientific Department of humanities of Semey State University n.a. Shakarim, Semey, Kazakhstan.
  • Zhazira K. Kaiyrbayeva Kazakh, Russian philology and journalism Department. Sarsen Amanzholov East Kazakhstan State University, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan
  • Gulden K. Kazhibayeva Ualikhanov Kokshetau State University. Kokshetau, Kazakhstan.
Palabras clave: Flash fiction, Intertext, Reminiscence, Allusion


The study aims to investigate the nature of the intertext in flash fiction. For this purpose, the concepts of intertext, intertextuality, reminiscence, allusion and their artistic nature, its various manifestations are analyzed in the stories of writers of the period of independence of Kazakhstan as a method. As a result, the blemish of the appearance of Bukir (Hunchback), who considered himself an incomparable artist, was reflected in his mind and feelings. In conclusion, writers criticized the character and his surroundings through death, exposing lies and truth and pursuing moral and aesthetic goals.