Davronova Mahfuza Isroilovna


The work is notable for its features. Especially when thinking about a plot, it can also be defined by the skill of the writer and the writer. This article also talks about the peculiarities of the plot in the poetry, where it gives an overview of how the elements of the plot come together. In general, in Uzbek poetry, especially in the works of poets such as Usman Azim, Iqbol Mirzo, Fakhriyor and Abduvali Kutbiddin, this feature was described in a specific style and in this regard influenced the individual style of the poets. Basically, it is analyzed through examples that the elements of the plot are not always the same in poetry, and that several of these elements may occur.

Keywords:  plot, story, element, poem, poet, style, lyric hero, lyrical experience.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i9.1958

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i9.1958.g2388

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