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This article is devoted to comparing the psychologism in the works of Uzbek and American writers in both Uzbek and English literature. In the works of both writers, the tragic fate of the heroes who could not adapt to their psychology is captured. The novels being compared depict two different national psychologies that are drastically different from each other. National psychology is more
focused on family issues.
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