The Image of "Horse" In Uzbek Animalistic Literature

Ashurova Shakhnoza Almasovna


In this article we can see consideration of animalistic genre of horse in uzbek literature. Cause there is relationship between humanity and horse from ancient ages. As in people's lives, the horse plays an important role in world literature too. "Sometimes the most intrinsic roots of human essence rely on horse," said prominent literary critic and ippologist D. Urnov. The owners of the horses do not want to divorce them. "Let's imagine," William Folkner wrote, "that the products that we have received from other pets are artificially received, and these animals need to be lost. But the horse gives a lot more to the human being, which gives the human heart a lot of energy and responds to its moral and spiritual nature" The story of E. Thompson's "Wild horse" is about a mustang, a cowboys` attempts to chase him. He is finally trapped. But he will not surrender; he uses his full strength to be free and gets out from the trap. The life of the wild black horse ends in tragedy: he runs away from persecutors and throws himself into a deep jar on a high rock. Black horse dies, but with free. In the 20th century Uzbek writers have created horses in their best works. A new generation of writers came into the Uzbek literature. In their works, there is an abnormal, unusual phenomenon of western novel, as well as an image of everyday events. In the works of great and small art, created in those years, we see a special place in the relationship between man and nature, human and animal world.

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