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Author Kamol, Jūra, 1921-1997, author.

Title The story of Barzu : as told by two storytellers from Boysun, Uzbekistan / R. Rahmonī and G.R. van den Berg (editions.)
Published [Leiden] : Leiden University Press, [2013]
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Description 1 electronic resource (146 pages)
Series Iranian studies series
Iranian studies series (Leiden, Netherlands)
Contents The Barzunoma In Boysun / Ravsan Rahmoni -- The Story of Barzu as Told by Jūra Kamol, Pasurxī, Boysun, 1995 -- The Story of Barzu as Told by Mulloravšan, Pasurxī, Boysun, 2007
Summary The ancient Persian storytelling tradition has survived until the present day among the Tajik villages in the Gissar mountains of Uzbekistan. This book explores the story of Barzu and demonstrates that the historical Transoxania, since the time of Alexander the Great, has always been a melting pot of diverse shared cultures. In the village of Pasurxi, near Boysun in the Surxandaryo region of contemporary Uzbekistan, a vivid oral tradition exists on the basis of stories from the Persian Book of Kings or Šohnoma (Shahnama), composed more than a thousand years ago by the poet Firdavsi (Ferdowsi). These stories deal with the hero Barzu. The storytellers Jura Kamol and Mullo Ravšan composed two different versions of the story of Barzu in the Tajik as spoken in the Surxandaryo region. They used to tell their stories during evening gatherings in the village
Notes Stories attributed to: Jūra Kamol and Mulloravšan
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 143)
Notes Translations in English from the original Tajik text; also includes a cyrillic and a Roman transliteration of the original stories
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Subject Folklore -- Uzbekistan -- Boysun
Literature and literary studies.
Literature: history and criticism.
Literary studies: general.
Literary studies: classical, early and medieval.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- General.
Folklore.
Uzbekistan -- Boysun.
Genre/Form Electronic books
folk tales.
Folk tales.
Folk tales.
Contes.
Form Electronic book
Author Mulloravšan, 1956- author.
Raḣmonī, Ravshani, editor
Van den Berg, Gabrielle Rachel, 1967- editor, translator.
LC no. 2019667688
ISBN 9789400600355
9400600356
9789400601185
9400601182
9789087282868
9087282869