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    • Lehçetü`l Hakayık`ta mizah söylemi 

      Yıldırım, Tuğba (Bilkent University, 2006)
      Âlî Bey (1846-1899), who was known by the name of “Director” during his lifetime, is a writer of humor who published several journalistic articles, plays, adaptations, a short story, and travel notes. With his works ...
    • Persuasive ironies: Utopian readings of swift and krasicki 

      Bartoszyska, K. (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2013)
    • Relating to Ken Kesey's wise man 

      Akman, V. (Elsevier, 2000)
      We take a parable (told by Ken Kesey) and exhibit how it achieves its sublime effect through a sequence of weak implicatures. Interestingly, the implicatures turn out to allude to Richard Rorty's renowned distinction ...
    • Tongue twisters one by one: Notes on ridicule, irony and ordinariness 

      Atay, Hakan (2002)
      The notion of "people" generally reminds us of the concept of "ordinariness". "People" build their lives on a chain of habits, and ordinariness is the name of this chain. However, the rings of the chain are not identical. ...