Myth and Modern Uzbek Narration (few discussions on Nazar Eshonqul's "Sibizga volasi" (Sound of a pennywhistle) mythic-tale)
Myth-story genre arises as a specific myth poetic occurrence in the result of investigations in modern Uzbek prose, it is considered sincerity result of mythological and literary thought and it is analyzed on the basis of myth-story "Sibizga nolasi" by Nazar Eshonqul. Besides it, styles of mytho-ritual, mytho-existential, mytho-archetypic, mytho-linguistic and mythopoetic styles are widely used to artistically implement the peculiarities of surrender and humanity. Especially, as a result of mytho-existential modeling of the reality a splendid opportunity to reveal the most delicate hilkat of humanity can be availed. In this paper, the myth is being reiteratively interpreted as a basic and inseparable element of national artistic mentality. This is why cases of origination of new genres as "novel-myth" and "story-myth" should be explicated as researchers on the national identification of artistic mentality by means of mythological modeling of the authors in the literal studies are analyzed by the author.
Keywords: Modern Uzbek prose, folklore, myth-story, syncretism, novel-myth, mythological motif.
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