STAGES OF EVOLUTION STUDIES IN TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

STAGES OF EVOLUTION STUDIES IN TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 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
 
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Fikret TURAN
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978-975-428-516-1
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