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Rüya ve Vizyon
 
 
 
 
Rüya ve Vizyon

Prof. Dr. Acar Sevim 
BİRLEŞİK YAYINCILIK 

At the time when science and technology changed the face of the world with great leaps, it is necessary to emphasize the re-emergence of irrational phenomena such as dream and vision and to influence Western art.
This study examines what dreams and vision are, how they are understood and appreciated throughout the ages, and how these phenomena are used in literature by analyzing typical works.

 
 
Release Date

2000-11-27

ISBN

9758109618

Number of Print

1st Print

Language

TURKISH

Number of Pages

186

Volume

Paperback

Type of Paper

Book Paper

Format

14.5 x 21.5 cm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
Sanayileşme-Edebiyat İlişkileri Açısından Alman Naturalizmi
 
Prof. Dr. Acar Sevim 
İŞARET YAYINLARI 

While industrialization affects all aspects of societies, it is unthinkable that cultural life has not been influenced without it. While the economic situation and social structure in Europe in the 19th century confronted the devolved people with brand new problems, the literature also provided new possibilities and opportunities. It is no longer possible for writers to write works in the old traditional style, and they realize that they need to process the new truth they have fallen into in new ways. People who came to seek jobs in the centers of the industry and who had to comply with the hard working and living conditions, who often failed to do so and worked for the abdomen with great misery, were the type of enthusiastic young generation writers who regarded as naturalists. Until then, the people from the bottom layer, who had no place in literature, were now the heroes of new novels and plays. While the houses they lived in were in their literary works with all the details of the slang language they spoke, most of the circles who found this unacceptable were starting a war against naturalism. Naturalism, which approached the truth in a negative way and preferred to portray the ugliness with great pleasure, believed that it analyzed the society and the human on the basis of scientific evidence, thus revealing the naked truth to the authorities. The purpose of this study is to show how naturalism has developed in Germany and its different characteristics in this country. The most important representatives of the German naturalism, which developed very differently from France, were taken as an act. The aim is to show how industrialization influences literature and what new horizons it opens.
Release Date 1991-03-01
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 368
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper 3. Hm. Paper
Format 12 x 20 cm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nihilizme Eleştirel Bir Bakış

Prof. Dr. Acar Sevim 
İŞARET YAYINLARI 

Thomas Bernhard is one of the most important contemporary authors of the German-speaking countries. Reading Bernhard, whose works are difficult to read and understand, has become "fashion". While there are debates about his opinions and the message he wants to give in his works, the number of those who adopt the ideas of this Austrian author and those who find themselves many in it are increasing. The aim of this study is to draw attention to the philosophy of nihilism that Thomas Bernhard, one of the great writers of German literature in the twentieth century, was introduced and represented in our country. In the example of the author whose works have been translated into many languages including Turkish, we wanted to show the way Western people might think about one day.
The Austrian writer, who suppressed numerous theatrical works and novels in short intervals, has not yet been fully evaluated. Cultural historians will give more than the literary historians of the fundamental provision about him. Because we are not only a writer but also an important philosopher. Bernhard is often famous for his scandal, which is often caused by confusing and too hard ideas. The writer expresses the revolt against the world order of the twentieth century man. The modern novels and types in the plays always tell his thoughts. All the opinions expressed in these documents belong to the Austrian author himself. Today's depressed modern man who reads Bernhard will find himself from time to time.

ISBN 9753500157
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 320
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper 3. Hm. Paper
Format 12 x 20 cm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Herder 
Halk Milliyetçiliğinin Öncüsü
 
Prof. Dr. Acar Sevim 
BİLGE KÜLTÜR SANAT 
 

Herder is the first German elephant to devote herself to the national cause. With the power he gained from the idea of gentleness, today's Germanistic (German philology) has been the pioneer of science. Herder's name is in the history of modern nationalism and in the context of the theory of this nationalism, it has a precedent that transcends the borders of Germany. Unlike nationalism in Western Europe, philosophy has a large share in German nationalism. Herder was dealt with seriously by those who did research on nationalism after the First World War. Because of this great war, many national movements in Eastern Europe have succeeded in establishing an independent state under the influence of Herder.
From time to time, we will see that Herder's understanding of nationalism shows great similarities to ours, in which we take a look at the effects of Johann Gottfried Herder's 18th century German thinkers, who are a creative brain in the field of nationalism, on modern nationalism and promote him to Turkish readers. Herder is unfortunately not much known in our country. Among classical German intellectuals, the name is incomprehensible. The German philosopher, however, played an indirect role in Turkish history. Those who read German Philology recognize him as a poet, philosopher, critic, and theologian who has remained in the shadow of Goethe. In the 1770s, the intellectual pioneer of the Cosmunity Flow, the philosopher who transcends the Enlightenment, the teacher and friend of Goethe, and the German Romanticism later became the father of German Romantics. In the history books of philosophy, Herder is treated as history, language and art philosopher. In other words, we are a philosopher who weighs on the branches of science such as philosophy, pedagogy, theology, anthropology, literary criticism, psychology, history and art philosophy.

Release Date 2008-12-02
ISBN 9944425889
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 432
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 13.5 x 21.5 cm
 
 
 
 

 




Yalnız Kurt 

Prof. Dr. Acar Sevim 
YEDİTEPE YAYINEVİ  
 
Kleist has earned a reputation well deserved in the history of German literature. He and his works were not well known during his lifetime. Only a few contemporaries were able to realize his or her power and originality. Until the end of the nineteenth century, it was recognized only among the Germans who understood the literature, and at that time it had no significant influence on the cultural life of the country. He saw it interesting that Kleist was worthy after his death. Now Kleist is among the most important poets who lived in the Classical and Romantic eras.
The poet is the most Prussian among the German authors and the most German among the Prussians. He is Germany's greatest national poet, according to Gora Iwanowa. Kleist has not been introduced much in the German philology until now.However, Kleist is a great German nationalist and we believe that every literary work he writes is related to worldview. In this book, we have discussed his dramas, stories, poems, letters and articles in terms of his contribution to nationalism.
Release Date 2016-02-29
ISBN 6059787321
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 352
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 13.5 x 21 cm
 
 
 
 
Tanrım Bizi Türklerden Koru
 
 
 
Tanrım Bizi Türklerden Koru 

Leyla Coşan 
YEDİTEPE YAYINEVİ 

God help us with your words
Prevent murder of Pope and Turks
Do not let your son Jesus, who is your son,
Martin Luther's Child Against the Turks A meticulous study of "The Fear of Europe in Europe" in the light of European archives:

- How were the Turks taken care of in Europe?
-Women in the western sense of Turkish say.
-Martin Luther's General Views on the Turks
-Turkish people sent as the punishment of God
-Deccal Turks
Turks Interpreted as Companions
-Martin Luther's Childhood Against the Turks

According to the contents of the prayers against the Turks, they were examined under five different headings.
These are the prayers for children and young people, the prayers to be read at home, the church prayers, the prayers of the war and the prayers for the special prayers.

Release Date 2009-05-06
ISBN 6054052097
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 415
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 13.5 x 19.5 cm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kıyamet Alameti Türkler

Leyla Coşan 
YEDİTEPE YAYINEVİ 

Comets, sun and moonlings, armies fighting in the sky, natural disasters in Istanbul, anomalies in humans, animals, or plants were common occurrences in the 16th and 17th century German press. The fact that literacy rate is so low in these centuries has increased the significance of the picture in the news text. The "miraculous signposts" published about the Turks are classified under five different headings as sky, natural disasters, zoological, botanical and human signs. These signs, believed to have been the apocalypse, were seen throughout Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries and were used as a serious propaganda material through the press. At that time, the image of the "enemy Turk" was reinforced with the news about the Turks regarded as "Antichrist" and all the attention was directed to the common enemy "Turk", trying to camouflage the restlessness in the German society.

Release Date 2012-11-01
ISBN 6055200022
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 192
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 14 x 21 cm
 
 
 

 

 
 
Pong diye biri
 
 
 
 
 Pong diye biri

Sibylle Lewitscharoff 
DOĞAN KİTAP 

Sometimes Pong is a Beckett hero who is a judge and sometimes a victim; once in the world to save the world. In other words, everything is in the hands of Pong, the "corrective". Sibylle Lewitscharoff brings his place in contemporary literature to his steeped hero, symbolizing both the beginning and the end. It is a fun piece that turns into an absurd fireball and then bursts in pleasure among the astonishing glances of the readers.

Çevirmen: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2003-04-18
ISBN 9752930972
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 100
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper 2. Hm. Paper
Format 13.5 x 19.5 cm
 
 
 
Heinrich Von Ofterdingen
 
 
 
 
Heinrich Von Ofterdingen

Novalis 
MEVSİMSİZ YAYINEVİ 

The dream motif in this romance is the symbol of the blue flower in the dream, then it has become almost the identification mark of the German Romantics, and it has passed into the history of literature ... I believe that those who want to know the typical German Romantism, which is considered as the origin of today's literary postmodernism,

Professor Dr. Gürsel Aytaç

This work by Friedrich von Hardenberg (Novalis), "Heinrich von Ofterdingen", is an important building block in the history of literature in terms of reflecting the outline of the Romantic Age and the author's philosophy. The tragic novel covers Novalis' entire world view. The events that develop in a fairytale mood are not documented despite the fact that it was written inspired by Heinrich von Ofterdingen, the veteran of the Middle Ages. While a genocide tells the various stages that it takes to reach the poetry level, it also assumes the role of spoken word of the Romantic world view.
Dr. Iclal Cankorel

Çevirmen: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2007-09-26
ISBN 9944987219
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 164
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 14 x 21 cm
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dönüşüm
 
 
 
 
Dönüşüm

Franz Kafka 
REMZİ KİTABEVİ 

"When Gregor Samsa woke up from his troubled dreams in a morning bed, he found himself turned into a giant insect."

Transformation is one of the most controversial masterpieces of contemporary world literature. Kafka tells us that a genus living with his family finds himself turned into an insect when he wakes up in the morning. This story is also a rebellion against the monotony of everyday life. Kafka is an article that deeply sheds light on the trappings of the 20th century human being, the depression in the social turbulence.

We present the Transformation in the original translation of Celor Cankorel and in the introduction of Ahmet Arpad, an expert in German literature.

Çevirmen: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2013-12-05
ISBN 9751415905
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 80
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 13.4 x 19.8 cm
 
 
 
 
Faust (Tam Metin)
 
 
 
  
Faust (Tam Metin)

Johann Wolfgang Goethe 
DOĞU BATI YAYINLARI 

At first, in the folk legends, the poets who were involved in the name were told this fire story.
Then the literati are discovered, searching for interesting narratives in old chronicles.
Who did not mark his pen to the whisper of the devil and his admirable conquest of man?
But it was Goethe's Faust, who shouted to them the most immortal, glad tidings and all the souls of the cursed.
Faust was the first major work to announce the tragedy of modernity.

It was told that it was a war of will who won and who did not know who faked it.
The summary of the story was: Satan challenged God, even the end of the war. Because they do not know the story of creation
it could not be an angel. However, when the person who forgot his own story entered the circuit, this challenge turned into a big question mark. Maybe not for the devil, but for human beings ...
Satan is a question mark, soul is a question mark, human: rarse stringed question marks ...

And the period of man's ongoing continuation in the world, the negotiations on the soul and the possible commodities opened.
There has never been an adjective unaware of this contract. He was always part of the bargain.
Perhaps because of this, everybody who wants to read himself is free to pay attention to this story: "Who is Faust? Did he give the devil his soul? What kind of contract was that?
Is it not our favorite job to hear ourselves from others?

In that case, a theme that everyone knows is a way of telling life by loading it on the shoulders of a mythical character
Let's listen to Goethe ...
To his immortal man Faust ...

Çevirmen: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2011-12-26
ISBN 9758717774
Number of Print 4th Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 573
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 14 x 21 cm
 
 
 
 
Heinrich von Ofterdingen
 
 
 
 
Heinrich von Ofterdingen

Novalis 
DOĞU BATI YAYINLARI 

Heinrich von Ofterdingen is a classic creationist novel (Bildungsroman) that expresses the connection in the poetical ideal with the philosophy of nature.

Novalis describes his famous work as "spiritual acuity," and this novel contains all the romantic mysteries of a blue flower. Twenty-year-old teenager Heinrich sees a "blue flower" in his nightly dream. The young man in this light blue color, leaning towards the man, is filled with the extraordinary sensations created by the elegant girl's face that has appeared among his leaves, and now his greatest desire is to reach this flower. The people they meet on her journey with her mother prepare her soul for love and love. At the end of this journey, which promotes the formation and development of the artist, the profound meaning of the dream of the grandfather in the house of Augsburg seen by the young man becomes clear. After Heinrich's inner experiences, love and poetry meet with the loving Mathilde, who is regarded as the image on the earth, the formation of the artist is completed when the reality overlaps. The merchants whom he met during his travels convey to him the feelings and thoughts about poetry. The spirit of the battle arising from the encounter with the Crusader Knights leaves the place tolerant by softening when seeing the oriental girl Zulima. The miner explains the meaning of the hermit's history while the young man is enlightening about the mysteries of nature. The father of the loving Mathilde, who dreams of meeting his grandfather at Schwaning's house, the famous poet Klingsohr trains Heinrich about the subtleties of poetic art. The first part of the novel ends with a story told by Klingsohr. This tale serves as an intermediary between the first and second episodes of the novel. It is of great importance that Klingsohr is complementary to the theoretical lesson he gave to Heinrich and reinforces the main idea of the novel.

 

Translator: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2014-07-14
ISBN 6055063153
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 175
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 14 x 21 cm
 
 
 

Murr Kedinin Hayat Görüşleri

E.T. A. Hoffmann 
DOĞU BATI YAYINLARI 

Murr, a cat. Besides, it's an educated cat. He reads, thinks, writes. He is a bit arrogant, a little bit dull, a little pinched, but with sharp eyes, claws and intelligence, as well as an adept observer with his cute paws ...

Murr Cat is one of the most interesting examples of the fantastic novel. It is a joint work. On one page are the memoirs and opinions of Cat Murr and the notes of Johannes Kreisler, conductor of the Orchestra. In fact, in this masterfully edited book, the most painful passages in the history of the world, the changing lifestyles, a parody of understanding are presented. The transition from the palace to the bourgeois life, especially in the areas related to education and culture, does not deal with the stigma and absurd situations of a bereaved softness and innocence.
Traditionally modern, the tensions between ideal and reality, strange situations; to reflect the dilemmas of human existence with all its warmth in the tables where the darkest spots are most familiar with the cathedrals in their most passionate life-style passions ... here is E. T. A. Hoffmann achieving this; When he satirizes the period he lived, he entertained him, laughed, made him think.

Translator: İclal Cankorel
Release Date 2015-11-10
ISBN 6055063757
Number of Print 1st Print
Language TURKISH
Number of Pages 419
Volume Paperback
Type of Paper Book Paper
Format 14 x 21 cm
 
 
 
 

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