Thomas G. Winner é 8 Free download Summary ✓ The Oral Art and Literature of the Kazakhs of Russian Central Asia ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ut the information about Valikhanov Altynsaryn and unanbayev will be of interest to the specialist Further it is interesting to note that the Petrashevsky exiles in Kazakhstan included ButaslevichPetrashevski himself Durov and Dostoevski These men and others including Pushkin stimulated the growth of the nascent Kazakh intelligentsia This work is descriptive rather than analytic The author presents data he conducts no theoretical polemics; although he provides several suggestive insights he is not concerned with theory ua theory The text is amply footnoted but it is regrettable that a bibliography is not included This volume then stands as a source book for general studies of acculturation It will also be an important new source of material for Kazakh and Russian area specialists Perhaps its greatest ultimate value will be found to lie in its relation of the data of folklore to the processes of cultural change Robert B Edgerton UCL.
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Thomas G. Winner é 8 Free download Summary ✓ The Oral Art and Literature of the Kazakhs of Russian Central Asia ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF D political vicissitudesSimilarly Kazakh folklore is examined in relation to such basic features of Kazakh culture as polygyny the subordinate role of women bride wealth the levirate and the patriarchal family structure In this respect the examples of didactic children’s tales are particularly pertinent One of the most valuable portions of this book carries the primitive Kazakhs through their violent and sometimes grotesue Soviet era While the author’s approach to this period is historical rather than analytic students of acculturation will find much of value here At one point this historical perspective even lends a touch of tragicomedy as we find the fiercely independent Kazakhs exalting Lenin and Stalin as Kazakh epic heroes and note the concern of Kazakh oral art with how best to slay Nazi invadersSeveral sections concerned with biographical sketches of poets bards and writers have little general anthropological relevance b.
Thomas G. Winner é 8 Free download
Thomas G. Winner é 8 Free download Summary ✓ The Oral Art and Literature of the Kazakhs of Russian Central Asia ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Criticism and history on the art literature and folklore of the KazakhsIn this work Winner has contributed to the long delayed rapprochement between folklore and anthropology by compiling Kazakh folkloristic data and relating them to the sociocultural system in which they are meaningful In so doing he has made a significant contribution to anthropological knowledge Utilizing both original and Russian sources Winner considers Kazakh oral art and literature in relation to the changing fortunes of Kazakh history Focal attention is paid to the many acculturative forces which have impinged upon the Kazakhs such as the early modifications of Islam by the nomadic Kazakh the Russian attempts to sedentarize these nomads the Russian establishment of non Kazakh farmers in Kazakh territory and the several nationalistic rebellions of the Kazakhs against Russian dominance The rich and plentiful Kazakh oral art is shown to reflect these social an.
- The Oral Art and Literature of the Kazakhs of Russian Central Asia
- Thomas G. Winner
- 19 March 2018