Download Essays on Uzbek History, Culture, and Language (Indiana by Bakhtiyar A. Nazarov, Denis Sinor, Devin DeWeese PDF

By Bakhtiyar A. Nazarov, Denis Sinor, Devin DeWeese

Show description

Read Online or Download Essays on Uzbek History, Culture, and Language (Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series) PDF

Similar asia books

Human Insecurity in East Asia

Threats to human protection aren't consistently as cataclysmic as a struggle or traditional catastrophe. frequently they're as sophisticated as a slow-rising tide, whose calamitous nature continues to be unknown until eventually it breaks out as a significant flood.

East Asia, no stranger to neighborhood wars or significant average mess ups, can also be referred to as the simplest performer within the United international locations poverty aid application. The essays during this quantity check out the inner of this dynamic and colourful quarter to ascertain the various refined in addition to noticeable threats to secure and safe existence. The e-book calls recognition to the fewer visible threats to human safety and the way humans and groups face them.

Woven from first-hand observations of existence at a variety of websites in East Asia, the narratives remove darkness from how uncanny the threats to human protection can be.

Asia Bond monitor: September 2011

The Asia Bond visual display unit (ABM) studies contemporary advancements in East Asian neighborhood forex bond markets in addition to the outlook, hazards, and coverage recommendations. The ABM covers the ten organization of Southeast Asian countries member international locations plus the People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; and the Republic of Korea.

The Ten Thousand Day War Vietnam, 1945-1975

Lately pulled from public institution library.

Additional info for Essays on Uzbek History, Culture, and Language (Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series)

Example text

See M. P. Ionitse and M. D. Potapova, Problemy logiko-sintaksicheskoi organizatsii predlozheniia (Kishinev, 1982), p. 22. 2 3 110. Semantic-Syntactic Mechanism Makhmudov Aristotel', "Ritorika," in Antichnye ritoriki (Moscow, 1978), pp. 22, 109- 71 Thus, in the simple comparative sentence "Paikal dengizdek keng" (N. Yakubov), "The field is wide like the sea," an enthimema is expressed. The well-known part (the statement, "The sea is wide") is not expressed in this enthimema, but it is fully implied.

It is quite curious, indeed, that words such as ayt- and de-, usually denoting spoken language and II II II II 6 II II L. N. Gumilev, Drevnie tiurki (Moscow, 1967), pp. 85-86. 65 ordinary expression, were used in the Old Uzbek literary language to refer to verse composition and artistic literary production as well: si(r ayt- ("to write poetry"), ghazal ayt- (lito write a gazel "), badi(a ayt(lito write fiction"), qa~ida ayt- (lito write an ode"), marthiya ayt(lito write an elegy"), turkana ayt- ("to write in Turkic"), si(r de- ("to write poetry"), abyat de- (lito write verses").

Thus did the poet create his work in allegorical form. Alisher Navaiy, Khiizayinul-miiani, vol. 2, Niivadirush-shiibab (Tashkent, 1959), p. 580. 7 57 CAll-shir Nava:>'j continued and developed the romantic tendency in poetic composition in his Khamsa. This is clearly seen in his poem "Farhad and ShInn, which the poet based on folkloric rather than literary material. Farhad is a man of rare qualities (nadir yigit afaq icindii); in the poem he is represented not only as passionate lover, but as warrior, a skillful stonecutter, and a scholar - a combination hardly compatible in a single man in reality.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.56 of 5 – based on 43 votes