Author(s): Mehmet Nuri ÇINARCI
Poet anthologies, which are the significant source of written Turkish Literature, have been written down since the beginning of the 15th century and they have been written in different forms in relation to the intensity of the literary material of the age. In this respect, the anthologies written within the tradition of Turkish anthology convention are not limited into the examples found in Anatolia but also it includes geography of Iran where Turks have been densely populated. The convention of Turkish anthology which begins in Iran by Ali îr Nevâyî has continued through the anthology of Mecma’ü’l-havâs. In his anthology, Sâd?kî has made remarks on the physical appearances of the poets, their occupations, inclinations, educations and he also has remarked on the contents of their poems and their artistic approach to their works. In this study, anthologists’ evaluations on the poets are classified according to the titles in the related books by Harun Tolasa, Filiz K?l?ç and Pervin Çapan who have studied before on anthologies based on poets, works and ages. The study is formed on the basis of Abdürresul Hayyampur’s work “Mecma’ü’l-Havâs, Be-zebân-? Türkî-i Çaatayî” which he issued in Iran by presenting Persian language interpretation of the work along with the real text in native language.
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