Linguistic Analysis Of Identical Motives In European And Central Asian Epics

Sapaeva Bibijon Rustamovna


This article depicts the identical motives in European and Central Asian epics, which were investigated comparatively. The motiv of the presence of creatures, the presence of true friends to epic heroes and the motive of realizing the main essence of life, when their journey is over is considered as common motives in epics. In this article, one can observe several identical motives, that are comparatively studied.


Motive, epic hero, the Song of Roland, extraordinary birth, ethno-genetic forms.

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