Creation of the image of ibn sina in the east and its peculiarities


  • Abdukhamid Tangirov Jumanovich Candidate of Philological Science, Associate Professor, Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute, Jizzakh, Uzbekistan


anochronism, epic, generalization, legend, medical science, myth, the cure for death


In fiction, the creation of historical reality and the character of a historical figure is a complex process in which artists create unique styles and genres for each event in the creation of a work of art. This can only be seen in the variety of colors used to create the image of the great oriental scholar Ibn Sina.


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Jumanovich, A. T. (2021). Creation of the image of ibn sina in the east and its peculiarities. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S3), 104-110.



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