Background. This article analyzes the Uzbek poet Erkin Vahidov's ability to use rhetorical forms of questioning on the example of his epic Nido. This linguopoetic theme demonstrates the poet's ability to describe the lyrical hero's experiences through the rhetorical forms of interrogative sentences, to ensure that the events of the work are effective and colorful. Through his jeweled approach to linguistic units, his unique style and the boundless possibilities of our language have been criticized. In addition, this article analyzes in detail the specific methods of expression of the poet's inner experiences and compares them with the methods of expression of other literary figures. The role of the rhetorical question in his work and the extent to which this linguistic combination enriched the poet's work are illustrated. The role of rhetorical questions in linguistics and its significance are also covered in detail in this article. Additionally, besides the poems of E. Vahidov, some other examples for rhetorical question will also be stated and analyzed in a detailed way. Methods. The article uses component, differential-semantic, observation and comparison methods to determine the respective poet’s ability to use rhetoric questions. Results. 1. Detailed information on the science of rhetorical questioning and its role in poetic works such as epic. 2. Analysis of the poetical characteristics and the use of literary arts in the epic by Erkin Vahidov, “Nido”. 3. The essence and aesthetic value of rhetorical forms of expression 4. Having been informed with some examples of rhetorical questioning in the literary works. Conclusion. The beloved poet of the Uzbek people, the creator of the twentieth century Uzbek poetry Erkin Vahidov in his epic "Nido" from rhetorical interrogations to increase the influence of the feelings of the lyrical hero, was able to use the work effectively and appropriately, giving it a unique charm, expressing the hero's experiences in brighter colors.
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Adizova, Nilufar Istamovna
"POETIC WORKS AND RHETORICAL QUESTIONS
(On the example of Erkin Vahidov's epic "Nido"),"
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 4
, Article 8.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/buxdu/vol4/iss5/8