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STAGES OF EVOLUTION STUDIES IN TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Author Name Fikret TURAN
Other Informations 2014 228 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-516-1
Price 28.00 USD
Preface 1. Turkic Grammar Books Written in Mughal India during the 18th and 19th Centuries 2. Regulating the Literary Language of a Diverse Society: Standardization of Common Literary Ottoman Turkish 3. Synthesising the Novelties within Old Structures: Voicing New Trends in Old Genres in the 18th Century Ottoman Poetry 4.Forming the modern lexicon of Tanzimat Turkish: Words and expressions of modernity in Seyāhatnāme-i Londra 5.Turkish Glosses in the Pahlavi-Oghuz Turkish Glossary Pahlavī-Āmīz: A Linguistic and Textual Analysis 6. Choice of Speech and Literary Form as Semiotics of Ideology: Poetics of Ahmed Nedim and Robert Burns in Voicing Two 18th Century Local Cultures 7. An Eighteenth Century Ottoman Account of Aydın Dialect: Aydın Lügāti and Its Linguistic Characteristics 8. Participial Constructions in Old Anatolian Turkish: A Morpho-Syntactic Analysis 9. On Sentence Structure of Early Oghuz Turkish 10. Syntactic and Semantic Aspects of Postpositions in Old Anatolian Turkish 11. Converbs in Old Anatolian Turkish: A Morpho-Syntactic Approach 12. The Mamluks and Their Acceptance of Oghuz Turkic as a Literary Language: Political Maneuver or Cultural Aspiration? Book Reviews