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Editorial Board       p-ISSN 2308-4944 (print)       e-ISSN 2409-0085 (online)
SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 10(126) 2023

Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Oteniyazov, P. J.

Motives, plots in Tatar, Kyrgyz and Karakalpak folk tales.

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Language: English

Citation: Oteniyazov, P. J. (2023). Motives, plots in Tatar, Kyrgyz and Karakalpak folk tales. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 10 (126), 382-385. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 382-385

Published: 30.10.2023

Abstract: Very similar motifs and plots can be found in the oral works of the Turkic-Mongolian peoples. For example, the tales of the Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Nogai, Karakalpak, Tatar, Karachay, Kumyk, Bashkurd peoples have common episodes, motifs and plots. Some motifs, plots, episodes in these examples of oral art are very similar to each other. In the tales of these kindred peoples, motifs such as "Three boys", "Three friends", "Three brothers", "Three roads", "Three conditions", "Orphan", "People or animals expelled from their homes", there are stories. The study of the causes and features of these similarities is one of the issues that need to be dealt with in modern folklore. Especially in the Kyrgyz and Karakalpak folk tales, there are common similarities, similar events, and this makes every scientist think. This article talks about the general formulas, motifs, plots in the Tatar, Kyrgyz and Karakalpak folk tales.

Key words: Folklore, myth, fairy tale, motif, plot, hero, character, Turkic-Mongolian peoples, oral art, similar motifs, plots, common episodes, kindred peoples, folklore, fairy tales, events, general formulas in fairy tales.








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