Ulugov Abdulla Uzbekovich


This article is about the etimology of national proverbs and their roles in social life. In this article it is important to pay attettion to the reasons of proverbs pass to generation and there are some examples of East literary books and titerary examples of Turkish peoples‘.

Key words: nation, social life, folklore, proverb, written literature, modern experience, effect, old literature, new literature.

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Avezov M. Abay. The first book. - Tashkent: Confederation, 1951. - 416 p.

Avezov M. Abai Road. The second book. - Tashkent: Conflict, 1960. - 494 p.

M. M. Devoni Dictionary of Turkish Three volumes. Volume 1 - Tashkent: “WRITING WORD,” 2016. - 388 p.

One thousand nights: Arab fairy tales. Eight volumes. Volume 7 - Tashkent: Uzbekistan, 2015. - 504 p.

Mukonov S. Deserted floor: Stories and stories. - Tashkent: Gulam Literature and Art Publishing House, 1970. - 400 p.

Panchatantra or five holy books. - Tashkent: The New Generation, 2013. - 336 p.

Sadi Sherozi. Gulistan. - Tashkent: Gafur Gulom Publishing House, 1968. - 184 p.

Mount as High: To the 100th anniversary of the great Kazakh writer M.Avezov. - Tashkent: Gulamur Literature and Art Publishing House, 1997. - 64 p.



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