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Kazakh folk fairy tale character
Aldar kose, (native name Kazakh: Алдар көсе/Aldar köse) is a Kazakh folk fairy tale and name of main character.[1] He is the collective image of the sly but very kind man. In fairy tales he is a swindler, cheating the greedy rich, evil Khans and helping the poor and weak people.[2][3] The Historical Dictionary of Kazakhstan refers to him as a “creative liar”.[4]

Postage stamp of Kazakhstan with Aldar kose, 2003
In theatre and film
A play Aldar-Kose, a folk-comedy by Shakhmet Khusainov, was published in the early 1940s.[5] In 1964 a Soviet film simply entitled Aldar-Kose was produced by Sh. Aimanov.[6] In Turkmenistan a children’s film, Prikluchenia Aldar-Kose (The Adventures of Aldar Kose), was released in 1970.[7]

“Aldar-Kose / Shaven Impostor” (1964)
. Aldar-Kose (cartoon, 1976)
. As Aldar-Kose outwitted tiger (animation, 1976)
. “Aldar-Kose” (2011)
.Animation Series “Aldar Kösenіñ köñіldі oqigalary” – 83 series. Production Studio Azia Animation (2009-2011) Authors: Igor Kraus and Arthur Kraus.
References

^ Utegenov, Quatbay (15 February 2006). Karakalpak Folk Tales. Trafford Publishing. p. 16. ISBN 978-1-4122-3702-4.

^ Қазақ әдебиеті. Энциклопедиялық анықтамалық. – Алматы: «Аруна Ltd.» ЖШС, 2010.ISBN 9965-26-096-6

^ Lawrence, Sir John (1947). Life in Russia. G. Allen & Unwin. p. 232.

^ Kassymova, Didar; Kundakbayeva, Zhanat; Markus, Ustina (18 May 2012). Historical Dictionary of Kazakhstan. Scarecrow Press. p. 95. ISBN 978-0-8108-7983-6.

^ Brisbane, Katherine; Chaturvedi, Ravi; Majumdar, Ramendu (16 August 2005). The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Volume 5: Asia/Pacific. Routledge. p. 320. ISBN 978-1-134-92978-8.

^ Burkitbai, Ayaghan (2007). Kazakhstan: encyclopedic reference book. Kazakh Encyclopedia, Ministry of Culture and Information. p. 149. ISBN 978-9965-893-00-1.

^ Abazov, Rafis (2007). Culture and Customs of the Central Asian Republics. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 124. ISBN 978-0-313-33656-0.

External links
[1] — Алдар-көсе мультфилмі

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