Analyzed the general literary traditions of uzbek-kazakh literature
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  • 13 June 2024
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Analyzed the general literary traditions of uzbek-kazakh literature

Teachers of the educational program "Kazakh language, literature and Journalism" of Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda University visited the cities of Samarkand and Tashkent of the Republic of Uzbekistan from June 4 to 8 as part of the project "Oriental tradition in the works of Syrdarya storytellers".

During the visit, the project manager, researcher Ulzhan Zhanbershieva, senior researchers Gulzira Oralova, Aydyngul Tulebayeva worked on cultural and literary ties between the countries of the East, identifying similar common motives in the literary heritage, familiarization with manuscripts, analysis of research papers.

 

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Based on the research work, they visited the Samarkand State University named after Sharaf Rashidova and got the opportunity to use the library fund at the university. They got acquainted with the dissertations in the fund, studied, compared and analyzed the literary integration of the connection between the Eastern tradition in Kazakh poetry and the Eastern tradition of the nations of the world.

They conducted scientific research at Alisher Nauai National Library of Uzbekistan, in the department of rare manuscripts of the Institute "Uzbek Language, Literature and Folklore" of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

As a result, the common literary traditions of Uzbek-Kazakh literature and Turkic peoples, common treasures and literary ties were analyzed, and the necessary materials were collected.

 

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