TITLE

BAZI DÄ°VAN ÅžAÄ°RLERÄ°NÄ°N Ä°NSANIN CAMÄ° MAHÄ°YETÄ° Ä°LGÄ°LÄ° BEYÄ°LERÄ°NÄ°N TAHLÄ°LÄ°

AUTHOR(S)
MehmetG&x00F6;ktaş
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p73
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In our work, by starting from 14 century the line which catches the poet of 18 century Åžeyh Galip who finishes Ottomon Literature with his marvellous poem, by the effects of mysticism ideas, the person as seemed the best created, by concept of overarching, we tried to identify lines stated by Ottomon poets. It is real that in Ottomon Geography, philosophical idea is told in a poetry way. The assumptions told for mysticism sight to human's created side are crucial about revealing abundant meaning occurring in poems.
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51368052

 

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