• Durdana Tofig Aliyeva Baku Slavic University
Palavras-chave: Turkic Languages of Oghuz group, folklore, a bald man, Kaloghlan, a tale, proverbs


Tale onomastic has a longer life than other specimens of folklore. Sometimes we come across a name in a tale, in one language in another folklore specimen, or in the folklore specimens belonging to different peoples. Naturally this is the case, which we observe in the tales of relative peoples. In the formulation of the names of characters, the character of narrator of the tale, the ethnic peculiarities of the people to whom the tale belongs, is of great importance, and all this, though does not influence on the general objective law of formulation of the tale, it may have its impact on the contents of it. One of the specific features of folklore tales of the Turkic peoples lies in the fact that they are not separately-taken work of art, but they are the constituent parts, composing one complex of folk-lore. Just within the borders of this complex the names are in action and easily transform from one piece of art, to another one. Consequently, we happen to see the unique lexical panorama of folk-lore specimens in the Turkic languages. We witness this case in the tales on “Kaloghlan”, composing a greater complex. In the article, the position of anthroponymies entering the Turkic tales and proverbs “A Bald man” and “Kaloghlan”, the stylistic possibilities, taking place within the text are explained


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TOFIG ALIYEVA , D. “A BALD MAN” OR KALOGHLAN. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 03, 23 abr. 2020.
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