TITLE

KISASU'L-ENBÄ°YÄ€ ÃœZERÄ°NE DÃœZELTMELER

AUTHOR(S)
ÖZAVŞAR, Resul
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Electronic Turkish Studies;Fall2012, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p2457
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies related to Turkish language, literature and culture are based on the verse or prose works given during the historical period. Therefore, the publication of the text has an important place in studies of language and literature. Whether in terms of both linguistics, literature and culture, proper understanding of the text affects judgments in that field. In Turkey, re-studing on the publication of a work is not a common. With that in mind, to criticism is natural on published works. This article was written for this purpose. One of the historical periods of Turkish language is Khwarezm epoch. It should be examined carefully on the works of the Khwarezm epoch. Because there are a small number of works about this epoch now. This is leads to a limitation to compare studied work and other works of epoch. Kisasü'l-Enbiya written by Nasiruddin bin Burhanüddin Rabguzî 13th century is one of the works of this epoch. A comprehensive study was conducted by Aysu Ata about this work that has importance for the Turkish language (Volume I: Introduction, Text, Facsimile, volume II: Index). In Introduction of Ata's work, language features of the book have been revealed and also the world of words have been revealed in the Index. This labor that set forth has illuminating property epoch of Kisasu'l-Enbiya in many ways and this respect, book is a small example of the period. Our letter includes some of the fixes and proposals about reading and meaning in text and grammatical index. In particular, some of proposals about meaning contributes to the vocabulary of the epoch. To find witnesses to prove proposals possible in Turkey Turkish dialects and modern dialects.
ACCESSION #
86276045

 

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