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Accepted Paper:

The uprising of 1916 in Kyrgyz prose  
Nurgul Imanberdieva (Kyrgyz state University them I. Arabaev)

Paper long abstract:

This article is devoted to one of the most tragic pages in the history of the Kyrgyz people - the uprising of 1916 and its reflection in the works of Kyrgyz writers. The drama of the events, numerous human losses, humiliations, hunger, torments that fell to the share of the Kyrgyz people in 1916 will never be forgotten. All this is reflected in the art form in the works of K. Bayalinov "Adjar" (1927), , A. Tokombayev, T. Sydykbekov. The uprising, dubbed Urkun, was the culmination of the protest mood and anti-Czar feelings of the Kyrgyz people. Urkun, as a people's tragedy, as a milestone on the way to freedom and national independence, deeply entered into consciousness, namely historical and cultural, and to recover from its deep humanitarian, demographic, moral consequences, it took many years. This event left its deep mark in the Kyrgyz literature. The first and shrill response to flight to China and long walks on torments, on paths of the national tragedy became "Kairan El" (the Unfortunate people) S. Shaybekova. A. Tokombayev later wrote the first Kyrgyz novel in verse about the events of 1916 "Bloody years. T. Sydykbekov shared his thoughts about this in the novel "the Way".

When writing the article, the author used cultural-historical and hermeneutic methods of research

Panel LIT-04
Exploring Kyrgyz Literature: From Manas to Chingiz Aitmatov
  Session 1 Saturday 12 October, 2019, -