Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


In this article the main attention is paid to the creation of Shakespeare’s tragedies and their roles in the world literature. In the following Shakespeare’s views and their description in his tragedies are given. In addition, in this article you may know about the attempts of trying to translate Shakespeare’s major tragedies into Uzbek. The main periods of the play writer’s life and creation of works are also described in the following. While reading we can learn it is obvious from Shakespeare’s works that he is aware of the various fields of his works.

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