A relations between Kazak heroic epics and fantasy stories

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dc.contributor.author H.Zhongxiang
dc.date.accessioned 2013-06-06T10:09:18Z
dc.date.available 2013-06-06T10:09:18Z
dc.date.issued 2013-06-06
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.enu.kz/handle/123456789/8871
dc.description With a population of over ten million, the Kazaks in the world mainly reside in the Republic of Kazakhstan in Central Asia and in China. Those more than 1,300,000 Kazaks in china mainly distribute in Ile Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture, Buratala Mongolia Autonomous Prefecture, Barkol Kazak Autonomous County in Hami region of XinJiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China’s Northwest, while a minority of Kazaks live in Gansu Province and Qinghai Province. Being one of the ancient Nomadic tribes, Kazaks live on husbandry production. The distinct sticky language used by Kazaks belongs to kepxak of Turkic language branch of Altai Language family. The living environment as well as their special culture background provides a fertile land for the creation and enrichment of oral literature. As a result, a large quantity of fables, legends, stories, folk songs, especially folktales and hero epics have sprung out. Lots of hero epics are still spread among kazaks such as Korket Ata Kitabe spread among the Ser river valley around the 10th century, Alpames created by Kongerat tribe in the 10th century, Koblande appeared in Kepxak tribe in the 12th century, Keremneng Kerek Batere ,Kambar, er targen spread in Alten Orda Kahanne in the 14th century and ablayhan, kabanbay,Janebek, Esenkeldi,Arkalek that came into existence after the foundation of Kazak kahanne. Those hero epics created within such a large time and space span enjoy a wealth of contents and profound meanings. ru_RU
dc.description.abstract With a population of over ten million, the Kazaks in the world mainly reside in the Republic of Kazakhstan in Central Asia and in China. Those more than 1,300,000 Kazaks in china mainly distribute in Ile Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture, Buratala Mongolia Autonomous Prefecture, Barkol Kazak Autonomous County in Hami region of XinJiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China’s Northwest, while a minority of Kazaks live in Gansu Province and Qinghai Province. Being one of the ancient Nomadic tribes, Kazaks live on husbandry production. The distinct sticky language used by Kazaks belongs to kepxak of Turkic language branch of Altai Language family. The living environment as well as their special culture background provides a fertile land for the creation and enrichment of oral literature. As a result, a large quantity of fables, legends, stories, folk songs, especially folktales and hero epics have sprung out. Lots of hero epics are still spread among kazaks such as Korket Ata Kitabe spread among the Ser river valley around the 10th century, Alpames created by Kongerat tribe in the 10th century, Koblande appeared in Kepxak tribe in the 12th century, Keremneng Kerek Batere ,Kambar, er targen spread in Alten Orda Kahanne in the 14th century and ablayhan, kabanbay,Janebek, Esenkeldi,Arkalek that came into existence after the foundation of Kazak kahanne. Those hero epics created within such a large time and space span enjoy a wealth of contents and profound meanings. ru_RU
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dc.title A relations between Kazak heroic epics and fantasy stories ru_RU
dc.type Article ru_RU


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