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Abstract


TRANSFERS FROM THE CONVENTIONAL EXPRESSION FORMS TO CONTEMPORARY NOVEL OR POST-MODERN NARRATOR PROFILES IN İHSAN OKTAY ANAR’S NOVELS
It is possible to define the narrator, an important item for fiction texts, as the body that conveys the fictional world to us, the reader. During the verbal period, the narrator is literally human. Success criterion and persistency for this narrator, called meddah (public storyteller), are majorly limited by stage performance and skills. These narrators that had long-lasting influences on conventional narrating products are also the basic figures of our prime noveling period. It is apparent that once overlapping with the author; these narrators gradually left their places to different fictional narrators and lost their previous importance and became obsolete with some new narration or expression techniques. However this narrator profile underwent a substantial change today in contemporary novelists’ works who change novel into narration and fiction into a play; became something resembles parody and maintains its existence with this new identity that reminds its essential models. In this notice, I will mention narrators and meddahs –public storytellers- intrinsic to contemporary post-modern novelist İhsan Oktay Anar’s conventional narration products.

Keywords
Storyteller, meddah narrators, narrators, post-modern novel, İhsan Oktay Anar.



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