SIMPLE AND ANALYTICAL FOLKLORISMS USED IN THE NOVEL "NIGHT AND DAY"

Ahmedova Aziza Rustamovna

Abstract


The article provides an opinion on the level of study of the concept of folklorism and its classification. Folklorisms are divided into two groups: simple and complex folklorisms. Complex folklorisms: a) analytical folklorism; b) synthesized folklorism; c) is divided into three groups in the form of folklorisms of a stylization nature. This article deals with the literary-aesthetic and linguopoetic features of analytical folklore  – the first type of simple and complex folklorism used in the works of Abdulhamid Sulaymonogly Chulpan.

Also, one of the literary features of the proverbs is that the function of simulation is evidenced by examples in several appearances. The definition and classification of analytical folklorisms is critically examined, as well as the expediency of adding a third form to the classification, that is, folklore that is similar in form and updated in content. The article analyzes applause and curses into types.

Keywords: folklorism, simple folklorism, complex folklorism, proverb, phrase, applause, curse, song




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v9i9.2120

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