Author(s): Erdal BARAN
It is seen that in recent days, our country has been mobilized in the name of agriculture, in order to support the farmers, in order to attract the villagers in a livelyway. The place of people we call peasants in our literature is also a curiosity for us. In this context, we thought that we should question the place of the Turkish peasantry in our literature and we wanted to examine the reflections of the Turkish peasantry, which is the subject of a subject on the agenda, between 1940-1970 as a semantic/thematically evaluation of Turkish poetry. We tried to examine the manner in which our poets approached the Turkish peasants through poetry and how they chose the Turkish peasant as the subject of literature. We think that some authors who received village and peasant-centered poetry in the name of socialist realism should question whether the styles of approach to the subject between 1940-1970 reached their aims and purposes. Today our state (Republic of Turkey) investment policies between the villages involved and the peasant from 1940 to 1970 between the years by detecting traces it has left in our collective memory through poetry, a genre of literature villages and villagers in the future, if it will be the subject of a literary work, everyone is questioning the fate of a problem we need to.