Selçk ÇKLA
June 2006
Electronic Turkish Studies;2006, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p45
Academic Journal
In Türkiye, art and artists have been given a role to help with the process of establishment of principles and revolutions of Republic since 1930. Meanwhile, the artists were expected to contribute to the process on various occasions. One of them is that they were asked, especially, to tell the merits of the principles and revolutions as part of the celebration of the tenth anniversary of Republic. Upon this call, a number of works were produced. In this article, I have studied the literary works written for the tenth anniversary of Turkish Republic, all of which were printed by the state in 1933, and have made a detailed evaluation of them in respect of similarities and differences.


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