Çakir, Mümine
June 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2008, Vol. 12 Issue 36, p219
Academic Journal
Kavsi was an Otoman poet who was born in Tebriz in 17th century. He took his education in Ä°sfahan. He was one of the followers of Fuzuli; therefore, he wrote lyric poems. He was known by his gazels. He prefered to use very simple and clear Turkish. He used many proverbs and idioms in his poems. He did not use too much mistical and religious motifs. In this article, we shall try to give some information on his life, his writings and his poetic style.


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