TITLE

KÂMİL-İ MEVLEVÎ'NİN KENDİ ŞİİRİNE TUTTUĞU AYNA: ADEM KASÎDESİ VE ŞERHİ

AUTHOR(S)
Dağlar, Abdülkadir
PUB. DATE
June 2008
SOURCE
Electronic Turkish Studies;2008, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p335
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Kâmil-i Mevlevî is one of Divan poets, lived in the second term of 19th century. The Commentary of Adem Kasîdesi, that Kîmili Mevlevî wrote to comment his poem Adem Kasîdesi, is the example of "comment of his own poem". He comments his poem, which is about nonexistence baced sufism and İslamic philosophy on the Mevlevî orders and gives examples from Mevlânâ's poems. In this study first of all we point at the place of nonexistence subject in classical Turkish literature and then Kâmil-i Mevlevî's life and his The Commentary of Adem Kasîdesi. At the and of study Adem Kasîdesi and Its Commentary text take place.
ACCESSION #
35462052

 

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