Psychology in English Fantastic Literature


  • Abduraximova Sitora A’zamovna Master student of Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages



fantasy literature, psychology, fiction writers, main characters, traditional literature


This article talks about the main characters in Uzbek and English fantasy literature and their psychology, which their ideology should convey to the reader. In addition, the article discusses similarities, differences, shortcomings and problems in Uzbek and English fiction literature.


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How to Cite

A’zamovna, A. S. . (2023). Psychology in English Fantastic Literature. International Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics, 2(3), 89–91.