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Living for His Work

Living for His Work

Ezra Pound and His World (Edebi Şeyler, 1st Print, 2016) is interesting in terms of reflecting how Ezra Pound (1885-1972) was perceived during his lifetime.…
May it Be Good

May it Be Good

"It is told everywhere that the summer is over," says Ülkü Tamer in his poem "Summer is Over". Summer is over; poetry is not over!…
Footsoldier

Footsoldier

Should I say the verse or the sentence, my grandma said half of it and me the other half. On my way to the army,…
Don Quixot or Râcî?

Don Quixot or Râcî?

A’mâk-ı Hayâl (Depths of Dream) (Büyüyenay Publications, 2. Print, 2016) must have been one of the first novels to come to mind when the subject…
Noon

Noon

Fire, water, air, earth… Does life consist of these four things only? As you live, as you write, as you set out on a new…
Goethe Meets With Wittgenstein

Goethe Meets With Wittgenstein

Thomas Bernhard’s Goethe Dies (Yapı Kredi Publications, 2. print, 2017), which consists of four short stories, takes the readers on an intellectual journey. Bernhard's difference…
Forest

Forest

"We all work in the same forest."  It's a line I don't forget why I said, but I don't know why I should remember. It…
Pomegranate

Pomegranate

The beauty of the beginning. The bustle of preparation. It's the rush of taking the road. The enthusiasm for the reason what appears to be…
Blue

Blue

“All air was a bird”. All day was light. All words were a poem. All poem was love. All the world was a dream... All…