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Intertextuality is one of the dominant techniques of modern and post modern literature. The idea that every single text is based on texts that have been written before paves the way for the birth of intertextuality. Thus, every text that is published becomes a source of inspiration for the texts in the making. The intertwined texts affect the formation of the main text; making the structure even more complicated. In spite of this, the quoted text does not completely ruin the structure of the text into which it is added, it does not put it into pieces and nor does it have a devastating effect. It can be seen that the layers of ideas and feelings within the text are enriched, become multidimensional and that different points of view are formed in the text thanks to quotations and attributions. This method, which enables us to compare two texts, also makes it essential that the reader should be well equipped both culturally and intellectually. Moreover, this method may also reveal the names that have helped shape the literary identity of the authors. The purpose of this article is to examine the extent and function of intertextual relations within Bâki Ayhan’s poetry, analyse the poems within the context of attributions and quotations, and uncover the layer of meaning in the new text that is formed through different texts being combined. Bâki Ayhan T., who is a modern poet of 2000s, is also a contemporary critic and an academician. It can be seen that Bâki Ayhan T., who has remarkable studies on contemporary Turkish poetry, has led the post-2000s poetry both through his poetical rise and through his formal innovations. The poet, who often uses the intertextuality method, brings up those ,whom he feels spiritually united with , into today. The quotations while adding a different taste into the texture of the poems also bring the poets of the past and their world of ideas and feelings up to today. It has been determined that these quotations, which positively contribute to the aesthetical value of the poems, mostly reinforce the theme and sometimes affect the language of the poems. Poets such as Fuzûli, Ahmet Haşim, Yahya Kemal, Cemal Süreya, Ece Ayhan, Edip Cansever, Charles Baudelaire are those that Bâki Ayhan T. has been inspired by the most while forming his poetry; the poet has thus revealed where his source of inspiration comes from when he is in the process of creating.

poem, quotation/intertextuality, attribution, poet, modernism, Bâki Ayhan T.

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