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Unknown Bahr-ı Tavîls in Classıcal Turkish Lıterature-1: Kadrî and Zuhûrî’s Bahr-ı Tavîls
Bahr-ı tavil’s samples are one of the occasional poetry types in classical Turkish literature. Generally, the most important feature of bahr-ı tavils that the relationship between the lover and sweet is told is that the poetry and prose are written intricately and the selected expression is dominant. These poems which are written in the simpler language than the other poetry types and they are generally written in the sequential form of fe’ilatün tefile in the aruz prosody. Ahmet Pasha wrote the first sample of this poetry type in 15. century that the Ottoman poets preferred as a result of dissimilarity search. Many poets among the important poets such as Gelibolulu Ali, Birri, Fehim-i Kadim and Şeyh Galib wrote bahr-ı tavil in time. Kadri and Zuhuri who were the poets of 16. century are one of the poets who prefer this poetry type. Both of them that it is not possible to conclude from the certain predication about their life except from their century wrote bahr-ı tavil in the gazelle form and in the amorous style. In this study a general evaluation was made on the bahr-ı tavils in classical Turkish literature, the translated texts from the point of available single copy were included as the form and content properties of Kadri and Zuhuri’s bahr-ı tavils were emphasized.

Classical Turkish Literature, Bahr-ı Tavîl, 16. Century, Kadrî, Zuhûrî.

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