A Poetic Interpretation Of Psychological Image In The Great Realm Tetralogy

Zebo Yakhshiyeva


In this article, the talented writer Muhammad Ali describes the psychological traits in the first part of the Great Reign tetralogy in the book by Jahongir Mirzo. He explores the chronology of news, the principles of artistic conflict and the psychological picture, as well as how researchers from all over the world and Uzbekistan react. Miraculous pain and sadness surrounding the soul of the wonderful Jahongir Mirzo give a wonderful illustration of his great and endless love. The concept of the great son Amir Temur, who has his philosophical views on love and life, is very complex in tetralogy. In particular, Amir Temur’s views on his father in the election of the bride became famous. A textual analysis of the types of artistic conflicts also helped establish the scientific and theoretical value of copyright principles. Some noteworthy emphasis was also placed on the concept of well-connected plot and composition. In particular, the psychological tension between time A and time B turned out to be a convincing manifestation of the author's fiction. From the point of view of historical reality, it was revealed that various realities in a work of art are the product of a creative intention.

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