Turkish literature
Turkish literature (Turkish: Türk edebiyatı or Türk yazını) comprises both oral compositions and written texts in the Turkish language, either in its Ottoman form or in less exclusively literary f...
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Poetry of the Ottoman Empire - Video
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Turkish folk literature
Turkish folk literature is an oral tradition deeply rooted, in its form, in Central Asian nomadic traditions. However, in its themes, Turkish folk literature reflects the problems peculiar to a settli...
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Turkish folklore
The tradition of folklore—folktales, jokes, legends, and the like—in the Turkish language is very rich, and is incorporated into everyday life and events.
Perhaps the most popular figure in the tr...
Poetry of the Ottoman Empire
The poetry of the Ottoman Empire, or Ottoman Divan poetry, is fairly little known outside of modern Turkey, which forms the heartland of what was once the Ottoman Empire. It is, however, a rich and an...
Prose of the Ottoman Empire
Roughly speaking, the prose of the Ottoman Empire can be divided along the lines of two broad periods: early Ottoman prose, written prior to the 19th century CE and exclusively nonfictional in nature;...
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Prose of the Republic of Turkey
Prose of the Republic of Turkey covers the "Turkish Prose" beginning with 1911 with the national literature movement.Stylistically, the prose of the early years of the Republic of Turkey was essential...
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Poetry of the Republic of Turkey
Poetry of the Republic of Turkey covers the "Turkish Poetry" beginning with 1911 with the national literature movement.In the early years of the Republic of Turkey, there were a number of poetic trend...
Turkish poetry
Poetry of the Republic of Turkey covers the "Turkish Poetry" beginning with 1911 with the national literature movement.In the early years of the Republic of Turkey, there were a number of poetic trend...
Fourth Company
Rıfat Ilgaz (7 May 1911 – 7 July 1993) was a poet who was born in Cide, in the Kastamonu Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey). He was a teacher, poet, and writer. Ilgaz was one of ...
Poetry of Turkey
Poetry of the Republic of Turkey covers the "Turkish Poetry" beginning with 1911 with the national literature movement.In the early years of the Republic of Turkey, there were a number of poetic trend...
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Balaibalan
Balaibalan (Turkish: Bâleybelen), also transcribed Bala-i-Balan, Balaïbalan, Balibilen vel sim, is a constructed language created in Timurid or Safavid Iran, and one of the first known constructed...
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Dâstân-ı Şeyh-i Şefâ'ât-kâr Bâmürid-i Sahib-İnkâr
"Dâstân-ı Şeyh-i Şefâ'ât-kâr Bâmürid-i Sahib-İnkâr", is an Old Turkic poem which was written in the 17th century by Nev'izade Atâyi. It's about a man who was punished but later forgiven by the sultan....
Adnan Oktar
Adnan Oktar (born 2 February 1956), also known as Harun Yahya, is a Turkish author referred to as "the biggest propagator of ijaz literature" as well as an Islamic creationist. In 2007, he sent thousa...
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Tales from the Expat Harem
Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey (Turkish: Türkçe Sevmek) is a nonfiction anthology by 32 expatriate women about their lives in modern Turkey, published by Seal Press in ...
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Sultan Walad
Baha al-Din Muhammad-i Walad (Persian: بها الدین محمد ولد‎), more popularly known as Sultan Walad (Persian: سلطان ولد‎, Turkish: Sultan Veled) was the eldest son of Jalal Al-Din Rumi, ...
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Garip
Garip (Turkish: strange, peculiar / poor, forlorn) was a group of Turkish poets. The group was also known as the First New Movement. It was composed of Orhan Veli, Oktay Rifat and Melih Cevdet, wh...