Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Roman literature


The motive of evolution in Uzbek stories

Akram TOSHPULATOV

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 318-324

This article discusses the issue of the motive of evolution in Uzbek literature. A
brief description of the phenomenon of metamorphosis written from the history of Uzbek
literature to the present day. From the examples of folklore: it is said that this phenomenon
of evolution, which occurs in fairy tales and epics, began in the oral literature of the
Turkic peoples in the VII century, and this fact is not uncommon in Uzbek literature.
Mythological phenomena in world literature have their own content and essence in each
national literature. Magic and sorcery save them from disaster when the activity of the
protagonist in the oral literature of the East slows down. In this way the heroes achieve
their goals, goodness triumphs. In modern stories, the motive of evolution is a symbolic,
metaphorical phenomenon, which condemns the negative aspects of human life, such as
depravity and evil, and glorifies the pure. This situation serves to make people think
independently, to increase the level of thinking