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Abstract

 Each era requires a new approach to the study of even previously studied phenomena. The issues of interaction between American and Uzbek literature are of particular importance in comparative studies. The influence of the Uzbek literature on American culture is indisputably and proved by many researchers, and such a problem as the reflection in the work of American romantics has long been widely studied. However, not enough attention is paid here to the reverse side of Uzbek state leaders, namely, to the influence of Amir Timur on European authors. This article highlights an interesting page of English speaking literature, dedicated to the personality of Amir Timur. This publication includes the first part of the scientific investigation mentioned above with precise comments on the works dedicated to the personality of Timur the Great

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Timur the Great Uzbek literature leaders

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Yakubov Muzaffar Kamildjanovich 2021. Short review on some works and researches about Timur the Great. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 2 (Feb. 2021), 42-46. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i2.1188.

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