AEOLIAN VISIONS VERSIONS MODERN CLASSICS AND NEW WRITING FROM TURKEY TURKISH LITERATURE

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Aeolian Visions Versions

Author : Mel Kenne
ISBN : 1840598530
Genre : Fiction
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A collection of over 70 literary works, including poetry, short fiction, essays and author interviews translated from Turkish into English. This rich collection reflects the crosscurrents of modern and contemporary Turkish poetry and literature, and includes many fresh, exciting anf experimental works, resulting from innovative collaborations between translators and authors and the translators themselves. Designed for academic courses as well as individual reading, this is the new and essential reader of translated Turkish literature.
Category: Fiction

Tradition Tension And Translation In Turkey

Author : Şehnaz Tahir Gürçaglar
ISBN : 9789027268471
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The articles in this volume examine historical, cultural, literary and political facets of translation in Turkey, a society in tortuous transformation since the 19th century from empire to nation-state. Some draw attention to tradition in Ottoman practices and agents of translation and interpreting, while others explore the republican period, starting in 1923, with the revolutionary change in script from Arabic to Roman coming in 1928, making a powerful impact on publication and translation practices. Areas covered include the German Jewish academic involvement in translation, traditional and current practices of translating from Kurdish into Turkish, censorship of translated literature, intralingual translations from Ottoman into modern Turkish, pseudotranslation, ideological manipulation and resistance in translation, imitativeness vs. originality and metonymics of literary reviewing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Six Turkish Filmmakers

Author : Laurence Raw
ISBN : 9780299315405
Genre : Current Events
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Examining the vanguard of New Turkish Cinema, Laurence Raw shows how these films reveal the effects of profound socioeconomic change on ordinary people in contemporary Turkey. In analysis of and personal interviews with Dervis Zaim, Zeki Demirkubuz, Semih Kaplanoglu, Çagan Irmak, Tolga Örnek, and Palme d'Or winner Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Raw draws connections with Turkish theater, art, sculpture, literature, poetry, philosophy, and international cinema. A native of England and a twenty-five-year resident of Turkey, Raw interleaves his film discussion with thoughtful commentary on nationalism, gender, personal identity, and cultural pluralism.
Category: Current Events

The Acquisition Of Aspect And Modality

Author : Ayhan Aksu-Koç
ISBN : 0521024013
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Aksu-Koç's empirical research on Turkish children's acquisition of the past tense forms the basis for this original and important contribution to the current debate among psycholinguists on the interrelationship between language and cognitive development. Turkish, in its grammar, makes a clear distinction between direct and indirect experience, separating personal observation of processes from both inference and narrative. This distinction thus provides an ideal method of observing linguistic and neurolinguistic conceptual development. Aksu-Koç exploits this technique to its full advantage in a study conducted across a wide range of ages. The data are meticulously analyzed and the theoretical implications for a neo-Piagetian paradigm are carefully considered.
Category: Foreign Language Study

What Have You Carried Over

Author : Gulten Akin
ISBN : 1584980966
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. Edited by Saliha Paker and Mel Kenne. Translations from the Turkish by Ruth Christie, Cemal Demircioglu, Arzu Eker-Roditakis, Talat S. Halman, Mel Kenne, Nermin Menemencioglu, Önder Otçu, Saliha Paker, Dionis Coffin Riggs, Ipek Seyalioglu, Sidney Wade, and Özcan Oguz Yalim. In a poll conducted by the longstanding Milliyet Arts Journal in 2008, Gülten Akin (1933-) was voted the 'greatest living Turkish poet' by an outstanding majority of Turkey's writers, poets, and literary critics.
Category: Poetry

Doing English

Author : Robert Eaglestone
ISBN : 9781351707527
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Doing English presents the ideas and debates that shape how we ‘do’ English today, explaining arguments about the value of literature, the canon, Shakespeare, theory, politics and the subject itself. In his lucid and engaging style, Robert Eaglestone: orients students by encouraging them to think about what they are doing when they study literature; bridges the gap between English at A-level and International Baccalaureate to English in Higher Education by exploring traditional and theoretical approaches to literature and explaining key ideas and trends; explains to students why English, more than any other subject, is the cause of public debate and concern in the media and amongst politicians and educators. This popular and classic guide has been fully updated throughout to take account of recent research, educational changes and current events, and it now includes a chapter called ‘Why Study English?’ – showing how and why the skills taught by English are transferable to a range of careers. This immensely readable book is the ideal introduction to studying English Literature.
Category: Literary Criticism

Discovering The Ottomans

Author : İlber Ortaylı
ISBN : 1847740081
Genre : History
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A detailed history of the Ottomans written by a leading Turkish historian.
Category: History

A Dictionary Of Literary Symbols

Author : Michael Ferber
ISBN : 9781316780978
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is an expansion of the first dictionary of symbols to be based on literature, rather than on 'universal' psychological archetypes or myths. It explains and illustrates the literary symbols that we frequently encounter (such as swan, rose, moon, gold) and gives thousands of cross-references and quotations. The dictionary concentrates on English literature, but its entries range widely from the Bible and classical authors to the twentieth century, taking in American and European literatures. For this third edition, Michael Ferber has included some twenty completely new entries (such as birch, childbirth, grove, mill and railroad) and has added to many of the existing entries. Its rich references make this book an essential tool not only for literary and classical scholars but also for all students of literature.
Category: Literary Criticism

Dear Shameless Death

Author : Latife Tekin
ISBN : UVA:X006120238
Genre : Fiction
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A young girl growing up in a small rural village haunted by fairies and demons has a difficult time adjusting when she moves to the big city in modern Turkey, and continues to fight her overbearing mother.
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Swords Of Ice

Author : Latife Tekin
ISBN : 0714531359
Genre : Fiction
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Halilhan Sunteriler, Turkish would-be entrepreneur, rescues a red Volvo from the scrap heap, which he believes will lead him to big money in business ventures. With his best friend Gogi - the most 'cultured' man in the neighbourhood - and his brothers Hazmi and Mesut, Halilhan forms the Teknojen company. Halilhan is obsessed with his Volvo, blaming the car for leading him from one disastrous affair to the next. Mesut lives in the shadow of his wife Aynina, and Hazmi has severe 'anger management' issues. Will they ever manage to pull together and make Teknojen a success?
Category: Fiction