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Summary / Özet

Dosya: Gelecek Düşü, Ütopya ve Edebiyat

Dossier: Dreams of a future, utopia and literature
Semih Poroy
Cartoonist's comment
Tahir Abacı
Gelecek Düşü, Ütopya ve Edebiyat
Dreams of a future, utopia and literature
Firdevs Cambaz
Türk Edebiyatında Ütopya Geleneği
The utopian tradition in Turkish literature
Cafer Gariper, Yasemin Küçükcoşkun
1980 Sonrası Ütopik Türk Romanında Mekân Algısı
Spatial perception in post-1980 utopian Turkish novels
Mehmet Akif Ertaş
"Protest ve "Muhalif " Müziğin Saramadığı Beden: Ütopya
Utopia: The body that falls shy of protest music
Hasan Bülent Kahraman
"Eski Porno Yıldızıyım..."
"I am an ex porn star..."

Kültür Gündemi: Cengiz Dağcı

Cultural Agenda: Cengiz Dağcı

Cengiz Dağcı anılıyor
Remembering Cengiz Dağcı
Cengiz Dağcı
Cengiz Dağcı Söylüyor
The words of Cengiz Dağcı
Feridun Andaç
Sonsuz Göçmen: Cengiz Dağcı
The perpetual migrant: Cengiz Dağcı
Çiğdem Ülker
'Fay Kırığı' Üçlemesi: "Emine"
The Fault Line Trilogy: Emine
Mehmet Rifat
Benjamin'in Proust'u ve Ricoeur'e Göre Yapısal İnceleme
Benjamin's Proust and structural analysis according to Ricoeur
Erendiz Atasü
Şair Ruhlu Bir Ağa: Oblomov
A lord with poetic sensibilities: Oblomov
Mustafa Şerif Onaran
Edebiyat Ortamları
The literary scene
Sabit Kemal Bayıldıran
Okurken -1
While reading - 1
Haydar Ergülen
Canım Kardeşim Seyhan!
Seyhan my brother
Aydın Afacan
Açık Bir İntihal Örneği
A clear case of plagiarism
Hüseyin Yurttaş
Not Defteri
The notepad
Tozan Alkan
Nobel Şaire Yakıştı
Nobel becomes the poet
Enver Ercan
Şiirde Yeni İmzalar
An assessment of works from aspiring poets

Varlık Kitaplığı

Varlık Library
İdil Önemli
Ekrem Demirli ile Söyleşi
Interview with Ekrem Demirli
Gökhan Arslan
Hayriye Ünal ile Söyleşi
Interview with Hayriye Ünal
Aysun Bayraktar
Gülten Akın: Giz'deki Kadın
Gülten Akın: The woman in the mystery
Banu Özyürek
Mann'vari Bir Hint Efsanesi
A Mannian Indian legend
Nesrin İnankul
Hayata Resim Altı
Çolak'ın Ha¬yata Resim Altı adlı şiir kitabı tanıtılıyor.
Caption to Life
A review of Çolak's poetry collection Hayata Resim Altı (Caption to Life)
Süveyda Sezgin
Türk Edebiyatında Öykü Bahçesi adlı derleme tanıtılıyor
A review of the anthology
The Garden of Stories in Turkish Literature
Deniz Yalvaç
Haşim Hüsrevşahi ile Söyleşi
Hüsrevşahi'nin Azalya adlı romanı tanıtılıyor
Interview with Haşim Hüsrevşahi A review of Hüsrevşahi's novel Azalya (Azalea)
Gültekin Emre
Şiir Günlüğü
Şiir kitapları, dergileri ve şairler hakkında kısa notlar içeren bir günlük
Poetry chronicles
A chronicle on poetry books, magazines and poets


Yılmaz Gruda
1940 Kovgunları: Hasan İzzettin Dinamo
Hüseyin Peker
Parmaksız Eldiven
Sezen Çiğdem
Yitik Kalenderizm
Betül Dünder
Kudüs'te Şarkı Söylemek
Ece Ürkmez
Huylanan Bir Sözcük Yarasıyım Ahmak Şiirden
Tomas Tranströmer


Short story
Can Özoğuz
İki Kösteğin Bir Gıcır Ettiği Zamanlar

Yeni İmzalar

New names -- selection from among works sent in by new writers and poets


Edip Sezai
İskarpela ve Tahta Kurdu
Ertan Alp
Limanda Ölü Yelken
Mustafa Ünver
Üç Şey


Short story
Naime Erkovan
Beşinci Düğme


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