Selçuk, Bahir
September 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2005, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p233
Academic Journal
In this study the concepts of cry and tear used in Fuzûlî's Turkish Dîvân and Leylâ vü Mecnûn mesnevî have been determined. It has been seen that the poet added a psychological, sufistic, religious and social function, besides an aesthetic function, to this concepts. The clarfying of these functions of the tear has been tried.


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