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Magrib, Abyssinia and Sudan from the Point of Classical Turkish Poets
When Ottoman State is mentioned, one of the first elements that comes to mind is the Ottoman literature/poetry that continues its existence during the domination period of this state. In fact, Ottoman poetry is a traditional literature/poetry. The poetry in question widely benefits from real life materials besides religious, historical, mythlogical etc. areas. Within this context, Ottoman poetry widely consists of most of the geographical places which Ottoman State dominated and had political, social and cultural connection with. Poets sometimes prefers to mention some places within their historical realities in their odes and historical poets. However, as a neccessity of literature and benefiting from the opportunities of expression of some literary arts, geographical places are generally reflected to poems within a frame of fiction. Africa is among the places that is included in the works of Ottoman poets. In this paper, we will emphasize the continent of Africa (Magrib) and the countries are located in here Algeria Morocco, Abyssinia, Sudan and Tunisia was fictionalised in Ottoman poetry.

Ottoman Poetry, Names of Places, Africa, Literary Arts

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