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The fate of a particular genre, its creator, the period in which the genre is created, to some extent depends on the ideological beliefs of the period. Therefore, while some genres are active in the literary process, others are less consumed. But there are also genres that are always in use by the creator, regardless of the period in which he lived. Of course, this consumption is not the same at every stage of development. It undergoes a number of changes typical of the period in which it lives. This article deals with the subtlety of the dream in modern Uzbek literature, the role of Sirojiddin Sayyid's work in demonstrating its unique artistic and aesthetic significance, the world of themes in his ghazals. Analysis of the types of ghazals according to the direction and structure, the thematic direction of the ghazal has expanded in recent times, and thus the subject of the ghazal covers a wide range of intimate feelings, as well as social problems is done. Although Aruz does not play a leading role in modern poetry, it is a literary tool used by talented poets that can meet the needs of the reader
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