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Examining the Use of Sleep Concept on the Divan of Necâtî Beg
Sleep, which is a physiological concept ensuring that humans relax, grow and develop, has been used in various styles in our culture. Sleep emerges before us as a situation that invites danger and ensures the growth and development of a valiant one in our culture, and is a way of establishing connection with metaphysical realm in mythological terms. When humans sleep, they enter the world of symbols, and make deductions about the future through dreams. When sleep is considered in terms of traditions, it is the “small death” or the “sister of death”. For this reason, it is possible to see several statements on the relation between sleep-death like “sleep of death, sleep of ending, eternal sleep and sleep of sacrifices. In addition to this, sleep has been made use of to mean several situations in daily life. The term“wool-gathering” is used for the sleep that emerges due to absentmindedness;the term “catnap”, is used for a sleep that is easy to wake up;the term “stone sleep” is used. The poets of classical literature also used several definitions like wool-gathering, sleep of the rain, hâb-ı nâz or the Turkish counterparts of these terms in their poems. In the Divan of Necâtî Beg, which is the subject of this study, the number of the verses in which sleep and related concepts are mentioned is 45. Although it has an important place in our culture with such a wide usage, no studies were encountered among the classical literature works. For this reason, the sleep concept used in the Necâtî Beg Divanı has been investigated to determine the frame of the sleep in the literature has been dealt with; the data obtained will be classified and analyzed.

Classical Literature, Necâtî Beg Divanı, Sleep, Sleep Types

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