Artistic Originality of Children's Poetry of Dzhaminat Kerimova
In this article, the poems of the famous modern Kumyk poet Dzhaminat Kerimova for children of preschool and school age are analyzed. The artistic originality of poetic texts is considered, their comparative analysis is given. There are a thematic range, figurative system and poetics of the works in the focus of attention. In the course of the study, we have found that the works of children's lyrics of Dzh. Kerimova are various in the themes and intonation. The deep penetration into the wonderful world of the childhood and transfer in poetic texts of a live children's view of surrounding reality are observed. The author’s poems are original, full of national color. It is established that the lyrical expressions are profound, edification is reflected.
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