Observation of the poetic unity of the verse in the poetry of Muhammad Riza Ogahi
Keywords:fard, ghazal, lyrical drama, masnavi, musarra and oriy bytes, poetic experience, problema, rubai, sadr, tuyuk
This article presents scientific and analytical ideas on the definition of types in terms of the structure of the byte and its role in the structure of the poetic work in Uzbek literature. Also, in our literature on the relationship of bytes and genres, opinions, historical sources have been studied and the correct theoretical foundations have been formed. The level of application, types, and functions of genres such as chiston, problem are analyzed.
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