Klasik Türk Şiirinde Kalemiyye

Topal, Ahmet
January 2008
Türkoloji Kültürü;2008, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
In the Classical Turkish Poetry, 'Kalamiyya' is the title for the poems which have pen as their theme. Mostly found in the 'nesib' (introductory) part of kaside (one of the most common forms of the classical poetry), they were also written in other poetic forms like mathnawi, gazal etc. Kalam (pen) is used in those poems along with the terms and expressions of Husn-i Hat (Calligraphy) and treated with its mystical connotations, as well as taken as a means of writing.


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