Folk knowledge as a national code in the work of A. Kemelbaeva

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  • A.B. Abdullina Alikhan Bokeikhan University


national code, folk cognition, language code, motive, semantic constant


The article deals with the topic of folk knowledge. Analyzing the historical stages of Kazakh literature, folk knowledge is determined on the basis of a national idea, national character. In turn, the national idea reflects the formation of the people on a historical basis, determining that national knowledge is formed from the unity of religion and religion. On this basis, folk knowledge in a work of art was considered as a national code. The National Code was defined as a reflection in the art of speech of the cultural experience of the people in historical periods. The definition of the concept of folk knowledge in a work of art was considered in connection with the concepts of a semantic constant, a religious motive. Analyzing the opinions of researchers of the period of independence, on the basis of folk knowledge, the topic of "religion" was comprehensively analyzed, which is the highest category in everyday life and history, socio-cultural practice of the people. The national identity of the people reflects the history, culture, and worldview. On this basis, we see that the Faith and worldview of the Kazakh people have a deep structure. Considering the reflection in a work of art of events that occurred in historical periods, we determine that they are based on a certain motive. Thus, the article presents a religious motive based on the work of A. Kemelbaeva. The article analyzes the stories of A. Kemelbaeva "Worship", "Silver needles", "Mistress of the soul". Manifestations of a religious motive are associated with folk knowledge, which is recognized as the main semantic content in each of the stories.



How to Cite

Abdullina А. . (2024). Folk knowledge as a national code in the work of A. Kemelbaeva. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. PHILOLOGY Series, 146(1), 140–149. Retrieved from