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Summary / Özet

Dosya: Yunus Emre

Dossier: Yunus Emre
Semih Poroy
Çizgi-yorum
Cartoonist's comment
Ali Ayçil
"Bin Tanrı İli" nde Bir Tanrı Adamı: Yunus Emre
Yunus Emre: A man of God in the "land of a thousand Gods"
Mustafa Şerif Onaran
Yunus Emre'nin Dili: Yunusça
The language of Yunus Emre: Yunus-ish
Erdoğan Alkan
Dinde Reformun Öncüsü, Avrupa'ya Işık Tutan Ozan
The pioneer of religious reforms, the beacon of Europe
Bazin Louis
Yunus Emre ve Dil Sorunu
Yunus Emre and the language issue
Pierre Seghers
Yanan Kömür Kızan Demir
Burning coal, hot iron
D. Halbout du Tanney
Yunus Üstüne
On Yunus
Rahmi Emeç
Eskişehir'de Yunus Emre'nin İzlerine Yolculuk
Tracing the footsteps of Yunus Emre in Eskişehir
Hasan Bülent Kahraman
Aşk ve Dil
Love and Language
Haydar Ergülen
Sonradan Çocuk
Ergülen'den çocukluk ve şairlik üstüne şiirsel bir deneme
Belated Child
A poetic essay on childhood and being a poet
Jale Erzen
Felsefe ve Edebiyat Arasında: Tahsin Yücel Üzerine Bir Okuma Denemesi
Between philosophy and literature: An attempt at a reading of Tahsin Yücel
Sabit Kemal Bayıldıran
Okurken 5
Bayıldıran dergilerdeki dil ve bilgi yanlışları içeren denemelere değiniyor.
Reading 5
Bayıldıran points out magazine articles with language and factual errors
Ali Özgür Özkarcı
"Yaşasın Kötülük!", Underground ve Bizim Loser'lar
Özkarcı küçük İskender şiirinin yeraltı edebiyatı içinde değerlendirilip değerlendirilemeyeceğini sorguluyor
"Evil Rules!". Underground and our losers
Özkarcı questions if Küçük İskender's poetry can be considered as underground poetry

Kültür Gündemi: "İktidarsızların Gücü"

Cultural agenda: "Power of the powerless"
Ömer Faruk
Kenar Notu
Side note
Vaclav Havel
İktidarsızların Gücü
Havel'in "İktidarsızların Gücü" adlı ünlü denemesinin kısaltılmış bir çevirisini okurlarımıza sunuyoruz
Power of the powerless
An abridged translation on Havel's "Power of the powerless"
Murat Celeb
Desen
Illustration
Ömer Faruk
Militarizmin Tuzağı Olarak Siyasi Şiddet! II
Ömer Faruk'un geçen ayki dosyamızdaki yazısının devamını yayımlıyoruz.
Political violence as a pitfall of militarism II
The second part of Ömer Faruk's article printed in the previous issue
Hüseyin Yurttaş
Not Defteri
Ülkemizdeki edebiyat ödülleri üzerine bir yazı
The notepad
An essay on literature awards in Turkey
Tozan Alkan
Her Şey Bir Çeviri
Everything is translation
Enver Ercan
Yeni Şiirler Arasında
Among new poems
Hatice Meryem
Yeni Öyküler Arasında
Among new stories

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Soner Demirbaş
"Aşk Şiirleri Antolojisi" / Haydar Ergülen
Anthology of Love Poems by Haydar Ergülen
Tevfik Kalkan
"Turing'in Hezeyanı" / Edmundo Paz Soldan
Turing's Delirium by Edmundo Paz Soldan
Öner Ciravoğlu
Hıfzı Topuz ile Söyleşi
Interview with Hıfzı Topuz
Adil İzci
Necati Tosuner ile Söyleşi
Tosuner, "Arda'nın Derdi Ne" ve "Dur Bakalım Petek" adlı çocuk romanlarını anlatıyor
Interview with Necati Tosuner about his childrens' novels
İsmail Pelit
"7" / Cem Akaş
Akaş'ın 7 adlı romanının özel baskısı üzerine kaleme alınmış bir inceleme yazısı
A review of the special edition of Akaş's novel 7
Eylül Z. Güngör
Kerem Işık ile Söyleşi
Kerem Işık ikinci öykü kitabı "Toplum Böceği"ni anlatıyor.
Interview with Kerem Işık
Işık discusses his second story collection, Toplum Böceği, The social bug
Nezihe Altuğ
Zafer Doruk ile Söyleşi
Doruk son öykü kitabı "Beyaz Atlı Geceler"i anlatıyor
Interview with Zafer Doruk about his latest story collection Beyaz Atlı Geceler, Nights on a white horse
Hasan Turgut
"Yarınki Yüzün" / Javier Marias
Your face tomorrow by Javier Marias
Gülce Başer
Şimdi Haberler
Here is the news

Şiir

Poetry
küçük İskender
Taşrada Bir Aile Faciası
Osman Olmuş
Endemik Libido
Gültekin Emre
Müdürüm Ölmüş
Yücel Kayıran
Şiirler
İbrahim Oluklu
İşler Birikenler
Veysel Çolak
Kadın Argosu
Mustafa Ergin Kılıç
Dur İhbarı!
Türkân Yeşilyurt
Kurgulanmış Birey

Öykü

Short story
Nilüfer Açıkalın
Savunmasız Biri Nasıl Dövülür

Yeni İmzalar

New names

Şiir

Poetry
Çağrı Çığ Sığırcı
İlkbahar Geliyor, Hadi Saygı Sevişine Geçelim
Türker Özşekerli
Aşker
Nâlân Erbil
Üç Nota

Öykü

Short story
Figen Öcal
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