Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : literature


Poetics of modern Uzbek storytelling (based on the work of E. Azam)

Murodov G`ayrat Nekovich; Shukurova Bahor Boltayevna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1200-1206

During the years of independence, Uzbekistan has made significant progress in the study of fiction in terms of creative individual approach. Indeed, the study of satirical representations of reality in close connection with the art of creating an artistic image is one of the most important tasks facing literature.

Poetics of modern Uzbek storytelling (based on the work of E. Azam).

Murodov G`ayrat Nekovich; Shukurova Bahor Boltayevna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1523-1528

During the years of independence, Uzbekistan has made significant progress in the study of fiction in terms of creative individual approach. Indeed, the study of satirical representations of reality in close connection with the art of creating an artistic image is one of the most important tasks facing literature

INDIA THROUGH MAHABHARATA: A CRITICAL VIEW

Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8257-8268

Barack Obama, former president of the United States, had once revealed that Indian epics
Mahabharata and Ramayana have a special place in his heart. He wrote in his book titled The
Promised Land that "India always held a special place in my imagination. Maybe it was because I had
spent a part of my childhood in Indonesia listening to the epic Hindu tales of the Ramayana and the
Mahabharata…” Mahabharata is one of the incredible epics where several world administrators beget
wisdom from it. This paper assesses a critical view of our nation India through Mahabharata. The
paper also analyses the epic as a perfect piece of literature, picturing Indian culture's origin in
Mahabharata's canvas. Sage Vaisampayana, the disciple of Vyasa, recites Mahabharata for the first
time to King Janamejaya at his sarpasatra in Takshasila, modern Pakistan. Later at Naimisaranya, on
the Gomti river banks near Lucknow, it was narrated by Ugrasravas, showing how the epic was stored,
memorized, and transmitted orally during different historical periods. During a conclave of sages
headed by Saunaka, at Naimisaranya, Ugrasrava Sauti, son of Lomaharsana, again narrates the
Mahabharata

Entanglements Of Teaching Literature During The Pandemic

Raisun Mathew; Dr. Digvijay Pandya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6137-6140

The onset of COVID-19 pandemic has overturned the normative and processual structures of life and has also affected the education sector worldwide. Irrespective of disciplines, the traditional forms of teaching and learning processes have shifted to its online/virtual platforms. This research paper would discuss the entanglements of the teaching process concerning the disciplines of literature during the liminal period of the pandemic. Through descriptive and comparative methods, this qualitative research would analyse whether the online/virtual platforms are effective in assisting the teaching-learning process in general. Teaching in the classroom with the physical presence and online/virtual teaching possibilities were compared. The findings of the research show that in teaching literature, the traditional model of physical presence in teaching is more effective compared to that of the online/virtual teaching-learning process. The insights of the research would help scholars to conduct different perspectives based on the theme of the paper.