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- Kemal, Yashar. Halman, Talat S. // Columbia Dictionary of Modern European Literature;1980, p429
A profile of Turkish novelist Yashar Kemal is presented. Information on his birth, birthplace, educational background, and family background is offered. Description of his writing style is discussed. Some of his works include "Orta Direk," and "Ã–lmez Otu."
- AÄžRIDAÄžI EFSANESÄ°'NDEN SÃ–ZLÃœ EDEBÄ°YATA "METÄ°NLERARASI" BÄ°R YOLCULUK. Kurtuluş, Meriç // Milli Folklor;2009, Vol. 21 Issue 83, p62
Recently, non-literary works such as works of visual culture have become objects of intertextual studies, while oral literature texts are still left out of this field of study; for critics such as Kristeva, Barthes and Genette regard intertextual relationships peculiar to written literature...
- Tu Ã©craseras le serpent. Roditi, Edouard // World Literature Today;Summer83, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p508
Reviews the book "Tu Ã©craseras le serpent," written by Yachar Kemal and translated by Munevver Andac.
- They Burn the Thistles (Book). Soete, George J. // Library Journal;8/1/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 14, p1678
Reviews the book 'They Burn the Thistles,' by Yasar Kemal.
- The Sea-Crossed Fisherman (Book). Lewis, L.M. // Library Journal;8/1/1985, Vol. 110 Issue 13, p117
Reviews the book 'The Sea-Crossed Fisherman,' by Yashar Kemal.
- Turkish Delights: The Varieties of Turkey's Literature. Kempf, Andrea // Library Journal;2/1/2007, Vol. 132 Issue 2, p108
A review of Turkish books is presented, including "The White Castle," by Orhan Pamuk, "Memed, My Hawk," by Yasar Kemal, and "The Bastard of Istanbul," by Elif Shafak.
- Chapter Eleven: The Lanoons. Reid, Mayne // Castaways;3/ 1/2008, p35
Chapter Eleven of the book "The Castaways," is presented. It highlights the decision of the castaways headed by Captain Robert Redwood to go to the island of Labuan, an English government depot for their safety, because they fear that the place has "Lanoons," or sea robbers, and if they will be...
- The Robbers. Boreham, Judy; Heath, Duncan // Introducing Romanticism;9/ 1/2005, p44
This article discusses the Karl Moor character in Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller's play "The Robbers." Moor is a leader of a band of robbers that opposes patriarchal authority. The implications of philosopher Immanuel Kant's idealist concept of an autonomous morality was appealing to...
- Joaquin Murieta: Ãcono de un a modemidad disputada. Gerassi-Navarro, Nina // Cuadernos de Literatura;2008, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p119
This article analyzes a few of the literary reinscriptions of frontier bandit Joaquin Murieta, in order to rethink border issues and the construction of national identities beyond spatial and linguistic relations. The cultural reinscriptions of Joaquin Murieta make it possible to reconsider the...