SIZE: 15 x 21 cm.
EDITION: 1st print ,2011-05-01 00:00:00
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786056141140
HARDCOVER PRICE: 25 TL
This is the first book-length study on Aşık Çelebi’s Biographical Dictionary of Poets, which occupies a central place in the Ottoman literary canon of biograpical dictionaries (tezkire).
This is the first book-length study on Aşık Çelebi’s Biographical Dictionary of Poets, which occupies a central place in the Ottoman literary canon of biograpical dictionaries (tezkire). Difficult but at the same time delightful to read, Aşık Çelebi’s writings vividly portray the culture, the literature, the city of Istanbul, and the poets of his period. The essays in this volume serve as a vantage point to understand the world that Aşık Çelebi through his literary work tried to convey to his readers, by focusing on his choice of subject-matter and style.
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