Game Poetics as a Literary Concept

  • Mukhamedova F. B. Independent researcher, lecturer, Uzbek State University of World Languages
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The reception of game poetics has become widespread in world literature. The definition of the very concept of "game" is associated with certain difficulties associated with complexity and elusiveness, which can be overcome by referring to the etymology of the word "game", identifying differences and similarities in its understanding in the languages of several peoples (J. Huizinga, P. Pavi, D. Elkonin, V. Dahl, Plato, I. Kant, F. Schiller, G. Spencer).


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How to Cite
B., M. F. (2023). Game Poetics as a Literary Concept. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 4(5), 111-116.