Rahmet Yollari Kesti Romaninin Tahlili ve Ince Memed 1'le KarÅŸilaÅŸtirilmasi

Karaca, Alaattin
November 2002
Journal of Academic Studies;Nov2002-Jan2003, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p163
Academic Journal
Compares Rahmet Yollari Kesti, a character in the novel of Kemal Tahir, and Ince Memed I of Yasar Kemal. Criticism of Kemal's view of banditry.


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