DAWN IN THE OTTOMAN DIVAN POETRY

Abstract

Author(s): Hüseyin GÜFTÂ

Such temporal concepts as year, season, month, day, evening, night, daytime, morning and dawn are widely used in the Ottoman Divan Poetry. These concepts express not only the time or process in which something happens, has happened or will happen but also the state of nature. This article studies dawn both as a temporal concept and natural state, and it explores how and in what respects it takes place in the Ottoman Divan Poetry and what attitudes poetic figures employ at dawn.

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