Author(s): Sibel BAYRAM?
Ilhan, the artist of the republic or modern era, witnesses the repressive administrations of the 1940s, 1950s, and uses the signatures of Attilâ ?lhan, Nevin Y?ld?z, Ali Kaptano?lu, Betero?lu, Abbas Yolcu and Ömer Haybo, who were influenced by the results of the Second World War and the Cold War. He is an intellectual, poet, writer, intellectual, poet, writer and intellectual who adopted marxism and the revolutionism of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, fed by folk tales, epics, Yunus Emre, Pir Sultan Abdal, Köro?lu, Dadalo?lu, Dertli, Gevheri and Nâz?m Hikmet. ?lhan is a poet with periodic differences in both the world of thought and the personality of the artist who is constantly changing and developing. Differences in the world of thought leave their mark in poems. ?lhan has a rich source of nutrition and a wide range that manages to combine old and new, East and West in his works. He develops his art around these concerns. In his poems, it is possible to see social, political, psychological or philosophical problems of the society and the individual within the framework of the period in question. Attila ?lhan, in her poems, is a self that is full of spiritual storms, who does not know what to look for, and who is in tension and unrest for no reason. The “escape and existence” themes frequently encountered in Sisler Bulvari can be dealt with especially in the context of space.The aim of this study is to investigate the reflections of the existential problems of the poet as a subject in the poetic texts which have the productivity of imagination through the metaphors of space and non-space. This will be done by Attilâ Ilhan, one of the most debated and poeted poets of Turkish literature, Sisler Bulvari