This article deals with the life and work of Abdullah Qadiri, his thoughts on the Jadid movement, and the novels he wrote as the founder of Uzbek romance


Uzbek novel Mushtum Young married woman romance


How to Cite
Melikuziyev Mumtozbek Zarifjon o’g’li. (2021). The role of Abdullah Qadiri in Uzbek novels. Zien Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2, 85–87. Retrieved from https://zienjournals.com/index.php/zjssh/article/view/250


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