QIZ KÖRELİK NOVEL AS THE DISTORT EXAMPLA OF THE SOVIET PERIOD IN KAZAKH LITERATURE

Sovyet Dönemi’nde Bir Tahrif Örneği: Qız Körelik Romanı

Abstract

Abstract. Kazakhs have used the Arabic alphabet until 1929. Thus, thousands of books using Arabic alphabet have been written or printed of the Kazakh culture and civilization. One of them is Qız Körelik of which first edition was published in 1912. The book which is written by Jomartbayulı Tayır is considered to be the second novel of Kazakh literature. In 1937 he was shot to death on charges of “public hostility” and “counter revolutionary . So, his books are banned. In 1956 after being acquitted once again, his books were published.


Like most books translated from Arabic letters to Cyrillic letters in the Soviet period, this book has also been distorted due to the conditions of revaluation’s politics.  In addition, it has been seen many reading errors in prints written in Cyrillic alphabet. In this study primarily It was given a brief information about Tayır Jomartbayulı and his book Qız Körelik Later falsified Qız Koreans said in Cyrillic printing errors be addressed and have been corrected


 Keywords: Tayır Jomartbayulı, Kazakh literature, Soviet period, Qız Körelik, Arabic letters , Cyrillic letters.

Published
2023-12-17
How to Cite
ÖZDEMIR, Aşur. QIZ KÖRELİK NOVEL AS THE DISTORT EXAMPLA OF THE SOVIET PERIOD IN KAZAKH LITERATURE. PHILOLOGICAL RESEARCHES, [S.l.], n. VII, p. 9-22, dec. 2023. ISSN 2667-9612. Available at: <http://www.sciencejournals.ge/index.php/NJ/article/view/382>. Date accessed: 14 apr. 2024.
Section
SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES - LITERATURE SECTION