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KÜLLİYAT Osmanlı Araştırmaları Dergisi
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ISSN (Print) 2587-117X - ISSN (Online) 2587-117X
Published by DergiPark Homepage  [185 journals]
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    • Authors: Derya KILIÇKAYA
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  • A 19th Century Poet, Nihânî, and Hİs Karbala Elegıes

    • Authors: Ayşegül EKİCİ
      Abstract: Since the beginning of humanity, people have felt the profound pain of losing their loved ones, and some rituals such as mourning have become inevitable. However, there are pains that affect large masses, and their echoes are greater, continuing for centuries. One of such cases to deeply affect the society was the murder of the Prophet’s grandson, Hussein, and other innocents in the dessert of Karbala on 10 Muharram 61/10 October 680. The reflections of this incident, which went down in history as Karbala Incident, are seen in many artworks, especially literature, theater and architecture. In Turkish literature, verse and prose genres on this topic such as maktel-i Hüseyin, muharremiye and Karbala elegies were written and read. While there was no increase in elegies per centuries, Karbala elegies started to be performed from the time the event occured and continued to increase in the following centuries, reaching its peak in the 19th century. In this century, it was fashionable for not only a certain group of poets, but also poets from all walks of life, to write Karbala elegies. One of the poets to have written Karbala elegies is Nihânî, who is a descendant of the Prophet and deeply loves Ahl al-Bayt. There are seven elegies written in this genre in his Dîvân. In our research, it was aimed to introduce the poet and examine his Karbala elegies in form and content.
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    • Authors: Kübra BATAR
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    • Authors: Fatıma AYDIN
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    • Authors: Sedat AKAY
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    • Authors: Filiz KALYON
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    • Authors: Filiz KALYON; Abuzer KALYON
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    • Authors: Metin AYDIN
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  • Compilation of sheikh al-Islam Azizi and Poems By Him In This Compilation

    • Authors: Ahmet İÇLİ
      Abstract: Poetry magazines, (Journals, compilaions, poetry collections) which are among the sources of Turkish literature, are important works that contribute to the history of literature in particular and to different disciplines in general. Poetry magazines, which are a combined selection, contain poems and/or information belonging to many poets. It is possible that these poets are poets and their poems that are not known in biographies and other literary sources. Another important feature of the journals is that they contain the features of the poet and the period in which they were written. Such works can contain the literary taste and tendencies of the compiler, the worlds of emotion, thought and imagination, and even the processes and traces of their lives. A feature of poetry journals is that the information they contain is limited to what the compiler conveys. In other words, missing or incorrect information and evaluations depend on the compiler and the work. However, researchers may also have positive and/or negative effects on the classification and analysis of journals. However, academic studies increasing day by day offer the opportunity to reach new information and open the door for academicians to make comparative analysis. It is thought that one of the journals that is important for our literary history belongs to Şeyhülislam Karaçelebizade Abdülaziz Efendi, who wrote poems under the pseudonym Aziz(i). Poems belonging to many poets, especially Aziz(i), have been compiled in the journal. Our study is a brief evaluation of the introduction of the magazine and the poems that are thought to be attributed to him by the poet. In the study, the index of the journal and the translation of a poem thought to be a poet to Latin letters will be given.
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    • Authors: Resul ŞAHİN
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    • Authors: Mustafa HAYIRLIDAĞ
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    • Authors: Mevlüt ÖZÇELİK
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    • Authors: Mehmet Fetih YANARDAĞ; Sadi GEDİK
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    • Authors: Burçin ÖZDEMİR
      PubDate: Wed, 28 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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