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    • Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar`ın şiir eleştirisinde Avrupa merkezlilik 

      Pelvanoğlu, Emrah (Bilkent University, 2006)
      Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar (1901-62), who was one of the most original writers of modern Turkish literature, especially with his novels and poems, had also contributed to Turkish literary studies by various articles, essays, ...
    • Conveyor of adab, the power of 'ilm: the legitimacy of poetry in the mukaddime of meşâirü'ş-şu'arâ 

      Ekiz, Ahmet Barış (Bilkent University, 2016-06)
      Focusing on the introduction (mukaddime) of Meşâirü'ş-Şu'arâ, a biographical dictionary written by Aşık Çelebi, this thesis deals with the text‘s description and discussion of the legitimacy of poetry with reference to the ...
    • Dil devrimi’nin erken Cumhuriyet dönemi’nde şiir ve çeviri bağlamında Türk edebiyatı’na etkisi (1932-1950) 

      Sert, Havva Hâle (Bilkent University, 2016-03)
      This study analyses the influence of language policies implemented in the early Republican period on the Turkish literature in the context of poetry and translation. It first looks at language change policy that started ...
    • Ecology, love, and relationships in Sir Philip Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella 

      Kurtuluş, G. (David publisher, 2015)
      One of the threats to the modern men today is the quick change in seasons and unusual fluctuations in temperature. Contemporary life is marked with various conditions that make life comparatively different and for that ...
    • Modern-ulus devletin kuruluş ve gelişme sürecinde folklor, şiir ve fakelore 

      Çamkara, A. (Geleneksel Yayıncılık, 2010)
      Bu çalışmada, Türk şiirinin modern-ulus devletin kuruluş ve gelişme dönemlerinde oynadığı rol ve uğradığı değişim süreci üzerinde durulmaktadır. Buna göre, Tanzimat döneminden itibaren Divan şiirinin yerine batılı anlamda ...
    • Ossianism and five syllabists 

      Pelvanoğlu, E. (2007)
      The myth of Ossian which was made by the Gaehc poet James Macpherson, had had a great influence on the romantic nationalist movements of 19 th and 20 th century. The nationalist movement in the Ottoman Empire was commonly ...
    • Slang: An anonymous product of folk literature 

      Terzioğlu Ö. (2006)
      In Ottoman Turkish, the terms "lisan-i hezele" (language of vulgar people) and "lisân-erâzil" (language of the ignoble) are used to correspond to the meaning of the word "argo" (slang), the usage of which is still not ...
    • Thy rod and staff: affliction as affection in George Herbert 

      Turner, Buffy (Saint Bonaventure University, 2019)
      While the affliction George Herbert experiences and on which he writes his largest sequence of poems may stem from resistance to submission, the source remains difficult to discern. Whether the speaker's anguish comes from ...
    • Turgut uyar`ın huzursuzluğu 

      Caner, Fırat (Bilkent University, 2006)
      Turgut Uyar’s earlier understanding of poetry goes through a sudden change with Dünyanın En Güzel Arabistanı [The Most Beautiful Arabia of the World]. In his earlier style, the influence of “Garip Poetry” can be detected, ...
    • Türk şiirinde taşra : 1859-1959 

      Ergül, Mehmet Selim (Bilkent University, 2009)
      “The Province in Turkish Poetry: 1859-1959” is a study which focuses on the transformation of the fact of province in the history of Turkish poetry. In this study, it is elaborated that how the province, which is described ...