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The relevance of this work lies in the increasing interest of researchers of folklore to the genre of lullaby. The purpose of the work is to study the typological concepts of English-Karakalpak lullabies . the article is devoted to find out distinguishes, similarities of English and Karakalpak lullabies, presented in authentic folklore texts, was used.
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