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Volume 66, 2019ERPA International Congresses on Education 2019 (ERPA 2019)
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Cyprus in Turkish Poetry İbrahim Zeki Burdurlu and Arif Nihat Asya the Impact of Cyprus
Near East University, Faculty of Art and Sciences, Department of Turkish Language and Literature,
Northern Cyprus, Mersin 10 Turkey.
* Corresponding author: esra.karabacakeu.edu.tr
Ibrahim Zeki Burdurlu and Arif Nihat Asya, who worked as teachers in Cyprus, expressed their impressions of Cyprus and shared the problems faced by the Turkish Cypriots. Ibrahim Zeki Burdurlu has a very soft expression. When history and Cyprus come together, the values of a literature teacher extending from Namık Kemal to Gazi Kemal are expressed. Arif Nihat Asya was a teacher in Cyprus and wrote poems similar to that of İbrahim Zeki Burdurlu. Probably the indifference of the measure and the occasional immeasurability, which are among the elements of Burdurlu's poetry, have aroused influence in Turkish Cypriot poetry. In the meantime, although the understanding of populist poetry nurtured the understanding of easy-to-write poetry, it was effective in Burdurlu's poems. In this study, Cyprus, Ibrahim Zeki Burdurlu and Arif Nihat Asya's poems in post-Republic Turkish poetry will be examined comparatively with example poems by completing them especially in terms of using language.
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