2018 - Emine Gözde Özgürel -
Özet:According to the semiotic view, which broadens the boundaries of the text concept, every object that is open to interpretation is a “text”. Accordingly, the Suleymaniye Mosque can be considered as a semiotic text. This text reads in Yahya Kemal and Mehmet Âkif. These two-important national literary poets handled the Suleymaniye Mosque in their poems and had different meanings over it. Suleymaniye Mosque is a tangible reminder of the cultural values of the Turkish-Islamic civilization. In this declaration, Mehmet Âkif's poem ‘Süleymaniye Kürsüsünde’ (On the Pulpit of Süleymaniye) and Yahya Kemal's ‘Süleymaniye’de Bayram Sabahı’ (The Feast Morning in Süleymaniye) will be examined in a comparative manner. In this direction, the concepts of Thomas Stearns Eliot, adopted by the British-American new literary school and founders of modern poetry, will be utilized. These two important poets of national literature will be revealed within the framework of their views towards the Turkish-Islamic civilization.
Anahtar Kelime:Poetry, esthetic, objective correlative, milli edebiyat