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    • 19 yüzyıl Osmanlı-Türk edebiyatında öykü 

      Aydın, Hilal (Bilkent University, 2008)
      In this study, the works Letaif-i Rivayat by Ahmet Mithat (1844-1912), Müsameretname by Emin Nihat (?), Küçük Şeyler by Samipaşazade Sezai (1860- 1936), and Karabibik by Nabizâde Nazım (1862-1893), which all have a number ...
    • 19 yüzyıl Osmanlı-Türk romanında gayrimüslim imgeleri 

      Uyanık, Seda (Bilkent University, 2007)
      This thesis aims at exploring the changing images of non-Muslim characters in five novels written in the last quarter of the 19th century, namely Karabibik (1891) by Nabizade Nazım; Turfanda mı Yoksa Turfa mı? (1892) by ...
    • 19 yüzyılda Osmanlı toplumu ve basılı Türkçe edebiyat : etkileşimler, değişimler, çeşitlilik 

      Cebe, Günil Özlem Ayaydın (Bilkent University, 2009)
      This dissertation is built on the proposition that the majority of literary histories hitherto written on 19th century Ottoman Turkish literature reflects a very limited part of the object of investigation, selected ...
    • Ahmet Mithat Efendi ve Beşir Fuat'a göre gerçekçilik 

      Cankara, Murat (Bilkent University, 2004)
      Mithat Efendi (1844-1912) and Beşir Fuat (1852-1887) by focusing on their articles and letters on the subject. It is usual to study the development of realism in Turkish literature by only taking the novels into account. ...
    • Ahmet Vefik Paşa'nın çevirilerinde Osmanlılaşan Moliere 

      Uluğtekin, Melahat Gül (Bilkent University, 2004)
      This study aimed to deal with five translations-adaptations of Molière by Ahmet Vefik Pasha, using the theory of polysystem. In this context, the plays written by Ahmet Vefik between the years 1879-1882, titled as Zor ...
    • Aşk-ı Memnu'da cennet imgeleri 

      Aksoy, Süreyya Elif (Bilkent University, 2004)
      Aşk-ı Memnu (Forbidden Love) (1900) by Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil (1868-1945) is seen as the “first real novel” in Turkish literature by some critics. It is highly praised for its technical merits and psychological realism. ...
    • Bilgiye açılan kapılar : Ahmet Mithat Efendi ve İsmail Gaspıralı'nın eserlerinde Avrupalı kadınlar 

      Çamkara, Ayşe (Bilkent University, 2008)
      This thesis explores European women characters in selected works of Ahmet Mithat Efendi (1844-1912) and İsmail Gaspıralı (1851-1914). This particular focus allows the reader to revise some major claims and generalisations ...
    • Can Yücel'in Shakespeare çevirilerinde "Sadakat" 

      Demirkol, Neslihan (Bilkent University, 2006)
      This study aims at analysing three translations of Shakespeare by Can Yücel using Raymond van den Broeck’s method regarding the analytic function of translation. The poetics, the ideology, the language and the discourse ...
    • Çağdaş mesnevinin peşinde 

      Tunç, Gökhan (Bilkent University, 2006)
      In this thesis, focusing on Nâzım Hikmet’s (1902-1963) Ferhad ile Şirin (1948) and Sezai Karakoç’s (1933- ) Leylâ ile Mecnun (1980), the two poets’/authors’ interpretation of these traditional love narratives is examined, ...
    • Fatma Aliye hanımı`n romanlarında kadın sorunu 

      Canbaz, Firdevs (Bilkent University, 2005)
      Being the first Muslim Turkish woman novelist discussing the “woman question”, Fatma Aliye Hanim is a prominent literary figure in Turkish history. Since her, woman and woman problems were the subject that only men ...
    • Galatât-ı terceme defterleri'nde çeviri normları 

      Yüce, Başak (Bilkent University, 2009)
      The purpose of the present study is to analyse Galatât-ı Terceme Defterleri (Notebooks of Translation Errors) written by one of the prominent translators of the Tanzimat period Kemalpasazade Mehmed Said Bey with a ...
    • Gaston Bachelard'ın psikanalitik yaklaşımıyla Ahmed Hâşim'in şiirlerinde ateş 

      Korkmaz, Nurseli Gamze (Bilkent University, 2011)
      Gaston Bachelard, in his works “The Psychoanalysis of Fire” and “The Flame of a Candle” had established a correlation between fire, purity, plants and the complexes labeled as the Prometheus, Empedocles, Novalis and ...
    • Hasan Ali Toptaş romanlarında "belirsizliğin bilgeliği" : bir okuma önerisi 

      Türker, Elif (Bilkent University, 2009)
      Hasan Ali Toptaş is one of Turkey’s leading contemporary novelists in Turkish literature who draws attention with his poetic style and unusual storylines. He has been awarded several prizes including The Turkish Ministry ...
    • İmparatorluk ve roman : Ermeni harfli Türkçe romanları Osmanlı 

      Cankara, Murat (Bilkent University, 2010)
      In this dissertation the early Turkish novels in the Armenian script are focused on. These novels are Hovsep Vartanyan’s Akabi Hikâyesi (1851), Hovhannes H. Balıkçıyan’s Karnig, Gülünya ve Dikran’ın Dehşetlü Vefatleri ...
    • Kemalist modernleşmenin adab-ı muaşeret romanları :popüler aşk anlatıları 

      Güneş, Aslı (Bilkent University, 2005)
      Popular romances of the Republican Period, which are ignored while discussing the reverberations of the period of national construction, are deemed to be the texts relating the civic interpretation of the Kemalist ...
    • Latife Tekin'in yapıtlarında büyülü gerçekçilik 

      Turgut, Canan Öktemgil (Bilkent University, 2003)
      Latife Tekin (b. 1957) is an influential writer whose early works had a deep impact on Turkish literature during the 1980s. She focuses on the lives of the poor and of people who migrated from villages to huge urban ...
    • Medeni ya da müslüman :popüler aşk romanlarında Feyza olmak 

      Erekli, Arzu (Bilkent University, 2006)
      Popular romance narratives are usually neglected and regarded as a part of “low literature” in the literary discussions of Republican period. This study claims that these novels, in fact, provide significant data in the ...
    • Melodram ve komedi : Osmanlı'da Türkçe ve Ermenice modern dramatik edebiyatlar 

      Uslu, Mehmet Fatih (Bilkent University, 2011)
      Modern theater in the Ottoman Empire had a spectacular development, lead by Ottoman Armenians, in the 19th century and it drew a large audience. At the same time many Ottoman intellectuals became playwrights and they ...
    • Nâzım Hikmet ve Cegerxwin'de aşk şiirinin ideolojisi 

      Yekdeş, Ömer Faruk (Bilkent University, 2008)
      This thesis investigates the conceptions of love and the descriptions of the beloved in the poetries of Nazim Hikmet and Cegerxwin, two socialist poets of Turkish and Kurdish languages respectively, with a particular ...
    • Nezihe Muhiddin, kadın gotiği ve gotik kahramanlar 

      Yeşil, Nilüfer (Bilkent University, 2009)
      Three novels by Nezihe Muhiddin, İstanbul’da Bir Landru (A Landru in Istanbul) [1934], Benliğim Benimdir! (I Am The Master!) [1929] ve Sus Kalbim Sus! (Hush Now!) [1944], have not yet been related to the gothic tradition, ...