Historical Genesis of Fantasy: Myths, Fairy Tales and Knighty Novels

Nasriddinov Dilshod Azamkulovich

Abstract


In the article is analyzed the evolution of fantasy and its development progress. It also provides detailed explanations of the elements of genre such as myths, fairy tales and knights, which make up the parts of fantasy. The scientific perspectives of various fiction literature theorists are based on examples.


Keywords


Fiction, Knightly Novels, Myths, Mythological Views, Fiction, Miniature.

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