Writing the Future in Early Turkish Republican Literature View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Azade Seyhan

ABSTRACT

In a series of four epistolary essays addressed to the German nation in 1945, when the German armies, after having laid the European continent waste, were themselves laid waste, Albert Camus expresses a sentiment that echoes the anticipatory hope of early Turkish republican writers. Halide Edib Adivar (1884-1964), Yakup Kadri Karaosmanoğlu (1889-1974), and Reşat Nuri Güntekin (1889-1956) took up the pen amidst the ruins of the occupied Ottoman Empire to fortify the will and courage of the nationalist forces gearing up to push back the enemy. Holding day jobs as teachers, journalists, and civil servants, these writers saw education and educational reform as the only panacea for the new Turkish republic at the time of its birth and with the onset of growing pains. The not unjustified anti-nationalist rhetoric of contemporary Turkish celebrity novelists, such as Orhan Pamuk and Elif §afak (e.g. Pamuk’s Snow (2004), Şafak’s The Bastard of Istanbul [2007]), has led to a certain neglect of the work of early republican writers, who were the intellectual architects of the young nation. While their work has lost its former resonance in critical discourse on modern Turkish literature and literary history, viewed in historical context and in terms of literary appeal and social insight this oeuvre has proven to be both prescient and rigorously discerning of the trials of Turkish modernity (Seyhan 2008: 77–8). More... »

PAGES

33-47

Book

TITLE

Novel and Nation in the Muslim World

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978-1-349-56788-1
978-1-137-47758-3

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