Artistic and aesthetic functions of the sign (on the example of A. Oripov's poems)

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  • K.V. Yulchiev Ferghana State University


sign, concept, image, detail, idea, symbol, metaphor, composition, artistic creation, artistic-aesthetic tasks


The article discusses the sign and its artistic and aesthetic functions. In Uzbek literary studies of the second half of the last century, the sign, which is the basis of wide discussions in world linguistics and literary studies, and its artistic and aesthetic tasks have been studied quite a bit, therefore, the study of the sign and its functions in a work of art is relevant. Artistic analysis, in particular, shows that it is necessary to identify the organizing and integrating functions of the symbol in the composition of the work. In this, the author proceeds from the scientific and theoretical views of such famous semiotic scientists as Roland Barthes, Mikhail Khrapchenko, Nire Lajos, Mikhail Epstein. The author presents his views on semiology using the example of the poems of the famous poet Abdulla Oripov. The relevant conclusions obtained during the study are based on the experience and generalizations that he received during the study. Scientific results in such subjects as philology, art history, cultural studies, philosophy, aesthetics were used.



How to Cite

Yulchiev К. . (2024). Artistic and aesthetic functions of the sign (on the example of A. Oripov’s poems). Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. PHILOLOGY Series, 146(1), 176–182. Retrieved from