TURKISH LITERATURE’S MOST ‘PECULIAR’ BOOK OF POEMS, ‘GARIP,’ IS REPRINTED IN A SPECIAL EDITION

Turkish literature's most 'peculiar' book of poems, 'Garip,' is reprinted in a special edition01/09/2014 (Sabah – Turkey): In 1941, Resimli Ay Matbaası, one of the legendary printing presses of the early republican era, published a book of poems entitled “Garip.” The book’s title had different meanings (peculiar, strange, forlorn, poor), and the poems in the book seemed to embody many of those adjectives. In the fashion of Wordsworth and Coleridge’s “Lyrical Ballads,” which marked the beginning of the English Romantic movement, “Garip” began a literary movement through artistic collaboration. It featured works by Oktay Rifat, Melih Cevdet and Orhan Veli, three poets who had been high school friends and who had contributed to the same magazines (most significantly to “Varlık”) in previous years…

http://www.dailysabah.com/books/2014/09/01/turkish-literatures-most-peculiar-book-of-poems-garip-is-reprinted-in-a-special-edition

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