Author(s): Savaskan Cem BAHADIR
Literary movements which present in our classical literature are known wiht the poets, who used these styles in their poem. Nâbî and Nedîm are the best example for this topic. Nâbî is the most important representative poet of oracular style -which is too close to modern didactic poem-. In case, Nedîm is one of the representative poet of localization style in his century. If we replace these poet’s and put Nedîm to oracular style, there will be a gap in our mind. Because Nedîm is vivacious/libation poet and can not be able to collocate with oracular style. One of the most important reason of this case is, because of not to think that classical literature has a tradition which passes from poet to poet. Also poets are told wiht their frequently used literary styles by lecturers. But it is not possible to say that in poet’s works there is only one literary style. For example even Nâbî -the representative poet of oracular style- has vivacious poems. In this study, we will try to explain that how oracular style can be shown in Nedîm’s ghazals and also we will try to show that literary movements in classical literature has a tradition which passes from poet to poet.