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    • Layla grows up: Nizami’s Layla and Majnun “in the Turkish Manner” 

      Kalpaklı, Mehmet; Andrews, W. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2000)
      Sometime in the last fifteen years of the twelfth century, the Shirvanshah Akhsatan made a request of the poet Nizami: Mīkhāham ke konūn be yād-e majnūn rānī sokhan cho dorr-e maknūn (48)1 I wish you now in Majnun’s ...
    • Spolia-inflected poetics of the old English Andreas 

      Ferhatović, D. (University of North Carolina Press, 2013)
      Throughout this essay, I focus on the spolium, a fragment charged with meaning that crosses several boundaries, in order to illuminate the poetics of a notoriously idiosyncratic Anglo-Saxon text, the poem now called Andreas. ...
    • A trial reading of Nesati's Taleb gazel 

      Kalpaklı, M. (Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association, 1997)