Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal


This article focuses on the history of the development of the Uzbek school of translation has its own specificity and originality. It is revealed that peculiarity of translations is characterized by the wide development already in the Middle Ages, from Eastern languages, mainly from Arabic, the presence of bilingual dictionaries; started from the second half of the XIX translations directly from Western languages, and finally, wide development of translations of artistic and scientific literature from the Russian language, including translations from other world literature languages, through the Russian language. The researcher introduced the role of these translations of Russian literature, or through the Russian language, world literature, was very influential on the development of Uzbek culture in general.

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