SOURCES OF FOLKLORE AND WRITTEN TALES IN THE WORLD LITERATURE AND THEIR TYPOLOGICAL PECULIARITIESJournal
: Science and world (Vol.1, No. 33)
Publication Date: 2016-05-23
Authors : Kazakhbayev S.S.;
Page : 133-135
Keywords : school of comparativism; mythological plots; typological peculiarities; typology of genres; correlation of folklore to objective reality; the trend of individualism; comparative typological research; historical-genetic relations;
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The paper deals with the study of the diachronic typological relations in the world folklore and written literature, particularly, with the comparative research of tales of Western European and Asian (Oriental) peoples.
Studying the various points of views of well-known scholars of different scientific trends the author finds out some common and specific features in the developing and establishing of folk and written tales as a separate literary genre. Analyses made by the author conclude that narration of tales is an ancient skill of all nations, performed in different ways, reflecting different cultures, tales were firstly created as the influence of supernatural phenomena as strong hurricanes, volcanoes, strong frosts, monsters (animals and birds) and brave individuals strong and clever enough to defend their communities from any danger.
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